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Miller Hall emerged from under the knife this school year after a two-year renovation project. The building was formally dedicated at a ceremony Nov. 2, 2011.

The $51.5 million Miller Hall project, funded by the Washington State Legislature, renovated the 134,000 square-foot building,…

Bond Hall, constructed in 1967 at a cost of just under $2.5 million, is home to the Mathematics, History, Liberal Studies and Philosophy departments and the Red Square webcam.

The 91,168-square-foot building was constructed the same year as Nash Hall, a residence hall near the northern…

The 111,145-square-foot Environmental Studies Building at Western Washington University houses Huxley College of the Environment and the Geology Department. The building was constructed in 1973 and renovated two decades later. Photos by Daniel Berman, Michael Leese and David Scherrer.

The Western Washington University Chemistry Building, completed in June 1993, houses, not surprisingly, the chemistry department. The department moved to the new building from Haggard Hall during the summer 1993 and began classes in the building that September. Prior to moving to Haggard Hall in…

At the time of its completion in the spring of 2004, the Communications Facility extended the academic core south of the Environmental Studies building. The plan then was for it eventually to form a quad with the Academic Instructional Center, then still on the drawing board.

Standing…

The Ross Engineering Technology Building, named for former Western Washington University president G. Robert Ross, was completed in 1987. Ross died in a plane crash in 1987 that also killed administrators Don Cole and Jeanne DeLille.

The Engineering Technology building houses most of…

The Academic Instructional Center at Western Washington University opened for classes on Jan. 6, 2009. The 120,000-square-foot, $60.4-million building was awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The building comprises two wings, a…

Read a history of the Western Washington University Library from Marian Alexander, head of WWU's Special Collections, at http://www.library.wwu.edu/specialcollections/libraryhistory.htm. Follow along with what's new in the Western Libraries at http://lib207.lib.wwu.edu/.

The Ross Engineering Technology building, named for former Western Washington University President G. Robert Ross (1983-1987), was completed in 1987. The building houses most of the offices, classrooms and labs for the Engineering Technology department.

The 82,000-square-foot Biology Building at Western Washington University houses the Biology Department -- specifically, the department's programs in cell and molecular biology, ecology, marine biology and organismal biology. Let's take a look inside. Photos by Michael Leese | University…

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