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
Office of Communications and Marketing Visual Journalism Intern Joely Johnson will post her daily images of the student experience at Western here each weekday. Check back often!
More than 2,000 Western students graduated at the four commencement ceremonies held Friday and Saturday in Carver. Main speakers for the ceremonies were Pictionary creator Rob Angel, documentary filmmaker TJ Martin, former L’Oréal creative director Michael Jorgensen, and Boeing executive Jason Clark. Western also awarded a posthumous honorary degree to former student and Medal of Honor recipient James K. Okubo.
WWU photos by Dan Levine
The inaugural E-Higgy Doggy Dash: 5k Fun Run/Walk was held last Sunday, with all participants winding their way through campus to raise funds for the Whatcom Humane Society. Well done, dashers!
WWU Visual Journalism student Alaena Fletcher, intern in the office of Communications and Marketing this quarter, will post their photographic insights into the student experience at WWU here each weekday.
About 675 undergraduate and 60 master’s students graduated from Western last Saturday. Supply chain professional Deborah Dull, a Western Washington University alumna, addressed WWU graduates and their families at the ceremony in Carver Gymnasium. See images below.
WWU photos/Dan Levine
Student-actors met Thursday evening, Jan. 30 in the Performing Arts Center to do a dress rehearsal of "The Imaginary Invalid," which opens tonight at the DUG Theater in the PAC. The run-through gave the actors, staff and faculty staff an opportunity to run through the entire play, which is a comedy written by Molière during the 17th century and provides commentary on the pseudo-science that ran rampant in the medical industry during that time.