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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.

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 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.

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.

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Today is the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Western professor Ed Vajda was a grad student in Russia at the time, and he was hired by CBS News as an interpreter and news analyst to help cover the story. A few years ago, he shared this account of his experiences.

Western Washington University has developed several ties with Mongolian universities, organizations and not-for-profit organizations, and those ties are leading to increased opportunities for student study and faculty collaboration in Mongolia.

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