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As family members travel to Western Washington University’s spring commencement on Saturday, June 15, and as WWU students depart for the summer, drivers can expect delays of 30 to 45 minutes along detours through Burlington and Mount Vernon around the Interstate 5 Skagit River Bridge…

Construction of the multipurpose field on the south side of campus begins in mid-June.

The project includes construction of an all-weather artificial turf field, bleachers, restroom facilities, field lighting, electrical service, utilities and associated facilities.

To address…

During break from June 17 to June 21, vehicles displaying a valid spring, academic, annual or after-hours permit may be parked in the following lots: 5G, 7G, 11G, 12A, C, 14G, 17G, 19G, 22G, 24G, 30G, 32G, 33G and all R lots.

Permits are not valid in metered, reserved, carpool or…

With spring quarter coming to an end soon, the Office of Facilities Development and Capital Budget is gearing up to begin the busy summer construction period at Western Washington University with numerous public works projects.

The renovation of Fraser Hall will continue through summer.…

Faculty and staff bus passes for summer quarter will go on sale Wednesday, June 5, and will be valid for use beginning June 24.

The cost is $40 for those who purchased an academic year pass in the fall, and $70 for those who did not.

There are several ways that eligible employees…

At approximately 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23, the bridge on I-5 crossing the Skagit River in Burlington collapsed as a result of an oversized truck hitting an overhead span. Three people were rescued from the river with only minor injuries. Alternate routes have been identified for travelers and…

Sections of parking lot 10G behind Fraser Hall will be closed and traffic on East College Way may be impacted from 7 a.m. to noon on Thursday, May 16, as workers continue their construction work on Fraser Hall.

Three air handling units on three separate trucks will arrive at the…

Pedestrians and cyclists, stop by a celebration station May 17 for a treat and prizes, or simply get cheered on as you pass. Yes, it's the annual Bike to Work and School Day Celebration.

Cycle or walk to work or school and stop by the community celebration stations on your way.…

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