The 12th episode of Western Window, the television show for Western Washington University, features looks at student work across the ocean in Rwanda, down the freeway in Skagit County and at home on campus.
Students in Western's Institute for Energy Studies are working to restore local sockeye salmon runs. The student-run Associated Students Recycle Center, founded in 1971, manages all of Western's recycling efforts. Western's KVIK television station produced the university's first lip-dub. And the Center for Service Learning takes students 7,000 miles away to Rwanda to work closely with Rwandans to study sustainable international development.