This month’s show is hosted by Chris Roselli of the WWU Alumni Association and Kevin Miller, a student at Western. Following is the story lineup for this episode:
Jake Brunner found his way to Bellingham, Washington, from Huston, Texas, following his passion of creating jewelry.
Today, Jake is a part owner in the jewelry company Leaf and Badger. He's dedicated to creating fine, unique pieces, many of which include inspiration from the Pacific Northwest’s nature and wilderness.
Jake is hoping to attend Western Washington University this winter to continue expanding his education.
Video by Beatrice Harper / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
What did it take to put together the first-ever Western Washington University Commencement at Civic Stadium?
Check out this 3-minute timelapse from ATUS Video Services.
The first episode of "Just Two Minutes" from Academic Technology and User Services at Western Washington University features a look at 3D printing technology, a new Canvas layout and the Digital Media Center.
On Western Washington University's first-ever Western Give Day, 675 donors came together to raise $219,000 for WWU departments, programs and scholarships. Generous supporters also gave $125,000 in matching funds.
#WesternGiveDay brought more donations to WWU in one day than ever before. The previous record was 447 in 2005. The Western Foundation and WWU Alumni Association offer their thanks to the entire campus community for contributing to this successful event by spreading the word and making donations.
For the 15th time in the last 16 seasons, the Western Washington University women’s rowing program will compete for a NCAA II National Championship.
The Vikings, who won seven straight national titles from 2005 to 2011, were selected as one of four teams to compete in the Varsity 8 and the Varsity 4 competitions in the NCAA II National Championships held May 27-29 at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Gold River, California, with the Pac-12 Conference serving as host.
The Western Washington University Waterski Team, winner of the 2015 Division II national championship, is one of three finalists in a national video contest sponsored by USA Water Skiing. The final three schools are Auburn University, Clemson University and Western.
A video submitted by Western Washington University to the state's Public Service Recognition Week video and essay contest was named one of the best 10 from nearly 130 entries.
The week, sponsored by the Office of Financial Management and Office of Secretary of State, celebrates the work of public employees statewide.
It's no secret that we're a fan of beautiful sunsets here at Western, likely because of the gorgeous ones visible from the PAC Plaza on campus. WWU videographer Rhys Logan captured this one on Thursday, April 21.
Episode 37 of the Western Window television show features an interview with Western alumnus and longtime Washington Secretary of State Ralph Munro. Floyd McKay, an emeritus professor of journalism at Western, chats with Munro about his time on campus, his life in state government and the legacy he has helped foster in both Olympia and Bellingham.
The episode also takes a look at Western's arborists and their work to keep Western's myriad trees in top shape.