Western Washington University Visual Journalism student and Office of University Communications intern Max Gleiberman will document the student experience and life on campus this winter in this photoblog. Check back every day for new images.
WWU Visual Journalism student and Office of University Communications intern Jordan Shepherd will document the the student experience and life on campus this winter in this photoblog. Check back every day for new images!
Images from the Great Pumpkin Hunt, social media costume contests, and more! We will add more as they come in; send us your spooky Halloween images at firstname.lastname@example.org, and see tons more on our Flickr site, here!
Office of University Communications spring Visual Journalism interns Cody Clark and Hannah Gordon-Kirk will spend their quarter documenting through images the most unique and challenging academic term in Western's history. They will use their cameras to shed light on the online-only campus experience, and show Western's resilience and sense of community in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
Western Washington University hosted a free breakfast for the campus and surrounding communities on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, with a keynote from Western alumnus Jesse Moore.
Photos by Taylor Bayley and Patrick Cunningham
About 790 students left commencement on Saturday with their diplomas; congratulations, new Viking alumni!
WWU photos by Dan Levine
As the sun dipped behind Lummi Island across Bellingham Bay from Western’s campus, students, faculty and community members from many corners of the world came together to celebrate one another with food, music, dancing and games as Language and Culture Programs (LCP) hosted its fall International Culture Night on Friday, Nov. 1, in the Viking Union MPR.
Each weekday this fall, Office of Communications Visual Journalism interns Joely Johnson and Alix Condit will share their views of the student experience at Western through images that help tell Western's story. Check back often!
The traditional breakfast in the VU this morning was followed by the presentation of the annual Awards for Excellence and President Randhawa's Opening Convocation remarks.
This year's award winners are:
Western Washington University Distinguished Alumnus Michael Cox, a longtime Environmental Protection Agency official, addressed WWU graduates and their families at the summer commencement ceremony Aug. 24 at 9:45 a.m. in Carver Gymnasium.
About 420 undergraduate and 40 master’s students graduated from Western summer quarter.
WWU photos by Dan Levine