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Spring Quarter Photoblog

  • Damien Bassett, left, a Kinesiology major from Bothell, and Anna Gould, a Business Management major from Mukilteo, pause on a walk through Red Square.
  •  Colin Beard, a Recreation major from Seattle, starts his ride on the Interurban Trail. The 6.7 mile trail extends from Fairhaven to Larrabee State Park and runs along Chuckanut Drive.
    Colin Beard, a Recreation major from Seattle, starts his ride on the Interurban Trail. The 6.7 mile trail extends from Fairhaven to Larrabee State Park and runs along Chuckanut Drive.
  • Eric Christensen, a WWU custodian, takes a break from working on campus.
    Eric Christensen, a WWU custodian, takes a break from working on campus.
  • No gym? No problem. In the image above, Hannah Gordon-Kirk set up a mat and weights for a sunny morning workout with the view of the Herald building.
    No gym? No problem. In the image above, Hannah Gordon-Kirk set up a mat and weights for a sunny morning workout with the view of the Herald building.
  • Brianne McCaslin, a Communication Sciences and Disorders major from Seattle (left) and Anna Wohnoutka, an American Cultural Studies major from Seattle, take a break from online classes to enjoy the sun outside Wade King Recreation Center.
    Brianne McCaslin, a Communication Sciences and Disorders major from Seattle (left) and Anna Wohnoutka, an American Cultural Studies major from Seattle, take a break from online classes to enjoy the sun outside Wade King Recreation Center.
  • Megan Raventos, an aspiring Human Services major from Manhattan Beach, California takes a yoga break from online classes.
    Megan Raventos, an aspiring Human Services major from Manhattan Beach, California takes a yoga break from online classes.
  • Ellie Poling, an English major from Oakland, California, wraps up her Zoom shift as a student employee for the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio.
    Ellie Poling, an English major from Oakland, California, wraps up her Zoom shift as a student employee for the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio.
  • The scene from Cody's deck as he prepares to sit down and start his first day of online classes.
    The scene from Cody's deck as he prepares to sit down and start his first day of online classes.

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.

Sunday, April 5, 2020 - 2:31pm

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