Spring Quarter photoblog

  • a view of the Tutoring Center, with students working at tables
    If you’re in need of extra assistance this ‘Dead Week’ before finals, make a stop by the Tutoring Center. They offer free drop-ins for Math and Science GURs at Haggard Hall 280. They are not open on Saturdays. Photo by Rose Carr
  • Students affiliated with the AS gather recycled materials from buildings in bins and load them onto a truck
    Students affiliated with the AS gather recycled materials from buildings around campus. The collected garbage will later be sorted and sold to larger recycling facilities around the area for a profit. | Photo by Rose Carr
  • a person walks up the steps to the entrance to Wilson library
    A quiet spring morning at the Wilson library on Tuesday, May 15. | Photo by Jonathan Pendleton
  • WWU SUPER (Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights) acknowledges the Palestinian civil rights movement with the Apartheid Wall to raise awareness about injustice in Palestine.
    WWU SUPER (Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights) acknowledges the Palestinian civil rights movement with the Apartheid Wall to raise awareness about injustice in Palestine. | Photo by Jonathan Pendleton
  • Martha Torujo, a senior biochemistry major, walks through the sky bridge, located on the fourth floor connecting the chemistry and biology buildings.
    Martha Torujo, a senior biochemistry major, walks through the sky bridge, located on the fourth floor connecting the chemistry and biology buildings.
  • Photo at KUGS, Western’s on campus radio station, senior and liberal studies major Jeremy Meehan DJs during the blues radio hour. KUGS can be found on the airwaves at 89.3fm.
    At KUGS, Western’s on campus radio station, senior and liberal studies major Jeremy Meehan DJs during the blues radio hour. KUGS can be found on the airwaves at 89.3FM. Photo By Rose Carr.
  • Molly Rayl, a senior Fine Art student, paints in the Fiber and Fabrics Studio in the Fine Art building; she uses a dye on fabric to create her artwork. Photo by Rose Carr.
    Molly Rayl, a senior Fine Art student, paints in the Fiber and Fabrics Studio in the Fine Art building; she uses a dye on fabric to create her artwork. Photo by Rose Carr.
  • The SMATE lawn gets some TLC (photo Jon Pendleton)
    The SMATE lawn gets some TLC (photo Jon Pendleton)
  • Zach Onorati, senior and chemistry major, studies in the S.M.A.T.E building under the watchful eyes of a fine feathered friend – a great gray owl (photo Rose Carr).
    Zach Onorati, senior and chemistry major, studies in the S.M.A.T.E building under the watchful eyes of a fine feathered friend – a great gray owl (photo Rose Carr).
  • Skye Levari, a Fairhaven student majoring in Integrative Psychology, sits outside of the Humanities building on campus attending to her studies.
  • Carly McCartney, senior, interacts with handmade sculptures at her art installation dedicated to honoring the lives lost to mass shootings.
  • Duong Nguyen, senior design major, creates a mock-up Vietnamese sandwich to-go box for his packaging class.
  • WWU student Alberto Rodriguez-Escobedo co-hosts a button-making station in Red Square promoting the Zero Waste Club and the Queer Resource Center's collaborative clothing swap on Monday, April 9.
    WWU student Alberto Rodriguez-Escobedo co-hosts a button-making station in Red Square promoting the Zero Waste Club and the Queer Resource Center's collaborative clothing swap on Monday, April 9.
  • Huxley Environmental Education students practice setting up tents for their first camping trip of the quarter tomorrow to Sucia Island.
    Huxley Environmental Education students practice setting up tents for their first camping trip of the quarter tomorrow to Sucia Island. Photo by Rose Carr
  • Huxley Environmental Education students practice setting up tents for their first camping trip of the quarter tomorrow to Sucia Island.
    Huxley Environmental Education students practice setting up tents for their first camping trip of the quarter tomorrow to Sucia Island. Photo by Rose Carr
  • Spring has sprung on campus, although the rain will return tomorrow.  WWU photo/Rose Carr
    Spring has sprung on campus, although the rain will return tomorrow. WWU photo/Rose Carr
  • William Simpson, senior, hammocks under the Comm Lawn cherry blossoms while engaging in a light read Monday, April 9
    William Simpson, senior, hammocks under the Comm Lawn cherry blossoms while engaging in a light read Monday, April 9

WWU Visual Journalism students Rose Carr and Jonathan Pendleton, interns in the Office of Communications and Marketing this quarter, will feature their images of life on campus at Western each day in this blog. Check back tomorrow for more images!

Monday, April 9, 2018 - 3:08pm

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