Will spring quarter come in like a lion and go out like a lamb? The Visual Journalism interns in the Office of Communications and Marketing scour the campus each day to find interesting shots that help tell Western's story. Check back often for more images!
WWU commencement images by Dan Levine.
Job seekers looking to connect directly with employers attended Western Washington University’s Winter Career Fair, Tuesday, March 7 in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room. Admission to the fair was free and open to the public.
Over a pizza lunch Tuesday, President Sabah Randhawa thanked Western's Facilities Management Outdoor Maintenance and Fleet Maintenance crews for their hard work and long days clearing snow and ice from the walkways and interior roadways during last week's storms.
Western Washington University alumnus Ty Minton-Small, a cinematographer for the critically acclaimed documentary “Gleason,” discussed the film at a public screening at Western Friday, Feb. 3 in the Performing Arts Center Concert Hall.
A dusting of snow this morning made for a nasty commute but a beautiful campus!
Office of Communications and Marketing Visual Journalism interns Caleb Albright, Paloma Ovesen and Christina Becker will work throughout winter quarter to capture Western's unique student experience for Western Today. Check back often!
Last Thursday, Nov.17, participants gathered in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room for the annual Walk of Hope: A Suicide Awareness Event. The evening consisted of student and faculty speakers, a candlelight walk through campus, and tabling from resources in an attempt to break down the stigmas around suicide and provide hope to those who need it most. Co-sponsored by the WWU chapter of Write Love on her Arms.
WWU photos by Rhys Logan
Costumed Western Washington University students welcomed local trick-or-treaters from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Ridgeway University Residences complex.
All of Ridgeway’s community lounges were decorated in fun, free, safe, age-appropriate themes aimed at children ages 1-12.
WWU photos by Rhys Logan
Blues musician Wes Mackey played the second of five free weekly summer concerts on the PAC Plaza June 6.
While Mackey's first gig--more than 50 years ago--paid only 50 cents and a chicken sandwich, he eventually found himself touring with the likes of Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Jimmy Reed, and others.
Mackey now lives in Vancouver, B. C., but says Bellingham is one of his favorite towns.
For more information on Mackey, visit www.wesmackey.com.