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Western's College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the WWU Alumni Association will present "Curating and Presenting Lasting Literature: WWU's Bellingham Review" at noon on Wednesday, March 10 via Zoom as part of the CHSS Dean's Lecture Series.

Western’s literary journal, the…

Ready to do some reading for Black History Month? The English Department has compiled a list of books to keep you occupied and interested during February, from well-known classics like Toni Morrison's "Beloved" to "So You Want to Talk About Race" by WWU alumna and MLK Day speaker Ijeoma …

Ready to do some reading for Black History Month? The English Department has compiled a list of books to keep you occupied and interested during February, from well-known classics like Toni Morrison's "Beloved" to "So You Want to Talk About Race" by WWU alumna and MLK Day speaker Ijeoma …

Alaskan author, 1995 Western alumna and Pulitzer Prize finalist Eowyn Ivey will visit campus March 6 as part of Whatcom READS 2020.

Ivey’s latest novel, “To the Bright Edge of the World,” is this year's Whatcom READS book. The book is set in the first decades after the United States…

Western's Queens Vernacular Film series is hosting a pair of events in February: a presentation and discussion by Cáel M. Keegan titled "Sensing Transgender: The Matrix as Trans Masterpiece" on Feb. 13, and a screening of the film "Bound" on Feb. 12 at the…

Western Washington University will host four award-winning children’s and young adult book authors and illustrators from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020 at Western’s Performing Arts Center as part of Western’s 17th Annual Children’s Literature Conference. 

The…

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