Window Magazine

Western Washington University's Window Magazine, produced by the Office of Communications and Marketing and edited by Mary Gallagher, recently won three awards at the CASE Region VIII conference in Vancouver, B.C. 

The magazine, which competes against publications from…

Western Washington University's Window Magazine came away from the last Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Region XIII conference with a trio of awards. The Window creative team - editor Mary Gallagher, graphic designer Chris Baker…

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Window magazine features WWU faculty, alumni and students who are making a difference in their communities. This edition includes a profile of Eowyn Evey, a WWU alumna who’s also a best-selling novelist, as well as…

Gale Crater sits on a dry, barren, windy plain where temperatures edge into the 60s only during the summer and plummet below freezing most nights. Its mixtures of sun-baked rocks, jagged scarps and deep sands make geological research a struggle.

The fact that Gale Crater is 140 million…

[ Editor's note: Kate Lebo will be reading from her book “A Commonplace Book of Pie” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, at Village Books in Belligham. More information is here. ]

Start with fresh fruit and some words, a spoon and a pen. Blend the dough with your hands and…

Near the end of a 4,000-mile human-powered journey to the western Arctic, two WWU alumni catch a lucky break — they run out of supplies.

After a night of shivering, the morning arrives like a gift. As the sky begins to brighten I can make out Pat’s form next to me, head buried…

In the late summer of 2011, James Pirtle flew 8,700 miles from Seattle to the Ugandan capital of Kampala, a place he had never been and knew little about. Back in Seattle, he was a trial lawyer. But in Kampala, Pirtle became an unpaid human-rights attorney, part of a legal defense team trying to…

Western Washington University’s College of Fine and Performing Arts and the Bellingham Festival of Music have been playing host to their Choral Arts Symposium since July 13. The symposium ends with performances of "A Summer Night of Love in Vienna" on Friday, July 19, and "…

Bellingham wouldn't be the college town you love without alumni like these...

Check out who else gives our city its Viking vibe in the latest issue of Window Magazine.

If your next job offer came from a health center in a small village at the end of a long dirt road in Rwanda, would you take it?

To Kayla Britt, it sounded like a dream job. The 2009 Communication major is one of 73 Western Washington University alumni who are Peace Corps Volunteers in 38…

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