WWU Humans vs. Zombies, one of largest clubs at Western Washington University, is holding its spring game for the next week. It is a free-to-play, eight-day game of tag on campus involving two teams: Humans and Zombies. Zombies try to tag humans while humans defend themselves with approved Nerf blasters and socks.
Twenty-two students nominated for Student Employee of the Year were honored in a special event in the Wilson Library Reading Room at Western Washington University on Friday, April 17, 2015.
Cameron Little is the winner of the 2015 Student Employee of the Year. It was also announced that Little also is the 2014-15 Western Association of Student Employment Administrators student employee of the year.
What do fly fishing and Western Libraries have in common? You might be surprised at the connections between these two seemingly incongruous things!
Western Washington University’s College of Fine and Performing Arts and Bellingham House Concerts played host to a unique music and dance collaboration, "The Stream of Life,” April 9 in the Performing Arts Center Concert Hall.
The concert series continues April 15 with Baby Cakes and Barrel of Monkeys, followed April 22 by Wild Rabbit and Rivers and Roads. All concerts are free and open to the public.
The Science, Math and Technology Education (SMATE) building, located between Sam Carver Gymnasium and Morse Hall, was completed in 1996. The facility is designed for teacher in-service education and to better prepare education students for teaching math and science.
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Spring quarter starts today, March 31, at Western Washington University.
Photos by Rhys Logan / WWU
Dennis Murphy, a Western Washington University alumnus who served as dean of the College of Business and Economics for 25 years, addressed Western graduates and their families at the winter Commencement ceremony, Saturday, March 21, in Carver Gymnasium.
It's the half-way point of finals week and what better way to unload some stress and gain perspective than by petting animals?
"Canines on Campus," formerly known as "Pet Partners," is a program on campus where volunteers bring dogs to campus to share in some canine affection. Whatcom Therapy Dogs and Dogs on Call are the two organizations which provide volunteers to the on-campus program.