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Service to 1,000 phones across campus in 11 buildings has been restored.

A repair crew installed parts for the final repair on Monday night, July 11, fixing the phone outage that began Thursday afternoon.

Phones in University Police Dispatch were restored on Friday, July 8. The…

A small traffic change has arrived at the Shannon Point Marine Center in Anacortes.

Those familiar with the facility will need to look out for a new stop sign installed at the point at which Shannon Point Road connects with the adjacent neighborhood. A warning sign also has been placed…

Western Washington University will be participating in a regional earthquake exercise called Cascadia Rising on the morning of June 7. Emergency Operations and Coordination Centers at all levels of government and the private sector will activate to conduct a simulated field response…

Western Washington University President Bruce Shepard sent the following message to the WWU community Tuesday, May 24:

I am writing to share with you the fact that, earlier today and according to police reports, a Western student acted in an apparent attempt to…

Though they're not common, incidents of violence on a university campus always are a possibility. Knowing what behaviors are cause for concern and how to react when violence occurs could mean the difference between safety and serious injury.

Darin Rasmussen, chief of…

Environmental Health and Safety regularly offers a variety of trainings, including CPR, first aid, automated external defibrillator and fire safety, for faculty and staff of Western Washington University.

A new class, Emergency Preparedness, has recently been added; it will provide a…

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