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Reuben Martinez, a member of the Makah Tribe, will discuss “Energy Sovereignty: Exploring Renewable Energy Projects with Tribal Nations” at 12:30 p.m. Thursday during the Peninsula College’s Studium Generale.

The free virtual presentation is available at …

Meet the class of 2022. They are the most in-demand college graduates to enter the job market in years. They have the expectations to match.

Grads are seeking more money and flexibility and more specifics about likely assignments than previous classes. Some want their employers to take…

Formerly the site of the Glow and Studio B night clubs, the space above KPOP Chicken and Beer is now The Blue Room, an all-ages performance venue. Less than two months into operations, the space is bringing a diverse array of live entertainment to…

Dr. Maren Haavig has been appointed Provost and Dean of Research and Sponsored Programs at the University of Alaska Southeast.

Haavig has served as the interim provost since July 2020.

In making the appointment, Chancellor Karen Carey said Dr. Haavig is a dedicated member of the…

When a monster of a wildfire whipped into the Sycan Marsh Preserve here in south-central Oregon in July, (WWU Recreation Management & Leadership alumna) Katie Sauerbrey feared the worst.

Ms. Sauerbrey, a fire manager for The Nature Conservancy, the conservation group that…

It looks like Seattle music fans will get a peek at the new Climate Pledge Arena a little sooner than we thought.

It appears that Foo Fighters are set to headline the Seattle Center arena’s first concert on Oct. 19, a few days earlier than a …

Val Thomas-Matson always wanted to work in children’s television. But the Western Washington University communications graduate’s first task interning at KOMO was stuffing envelopes with letters explaining the cancellation of beloved local children’s show “Boomerang.” It would…

Of this story's five profiles, two have WWU ties: Political Science alumna Ijeoma Iluo and former Fairhaven professor and current state Supreme Court Justice Raquel Montoya-Lewis.

Bill Wright, the first Black competitor to win a United States Golf Association event in an era when African-Americans were not welcome either in segregated country clubs or in the top amateur and professional ranks, died on Feb. 19 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 84.

His wife and…

Bill Wright, the first Black competitor to win a United States Golf Association event in an era when African-Americans were not welcome either in segregated country clubs or in the top amateur and professional ranks, died on Feb. 19 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 84.

His wife and…

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