Features and highlights

Singer/songwriter Ky Burt, along with Jean Williams, kicked off the Summer Noon Concert Series with a performance on the PAC Plaza Wednesday, July 1. The 33-year-old from Colorado played a mix of original new Americana, folk blues and indie music.

Photos by Mariko...

Western Washington University's Regina Barber DeGraaff never really thought about hosting her own radio show, but her curiosity in science and her desire to make the subject more accessible to all helped influence her decision to start the show “Spark...

A major renovation of Western Washington University’s Carver Academic Facility is beginning and will revitalize the aging campus building.

The Washington State Legislature, as part of the 2015-2017 state capital budget, approved $70 million in funding for the project.

“We deeply appreciate the support from the Legislature, particularly our local legislators, for this...

Do you work with an outstanding colleague at Western Washington University? The Western Way program provides the opportunity for faculty and staff to recognize the great efforts of others on campus.

Any time throughout the year, folks in the WWU community can...

This month’s episode of Western Window is hosted by Chris Roselli of the WWU Alumni Association and Anna Magidson, a student at Western. Following is the story lineup for this episode:

  • Road Trip on Mars...

Western Washington University professional and classified staff employees can use a leave day of eight hours for community service as part of a university program designed to promote efforts to make a positive difference in Western's various communities.

Recently, a group of several volunteers took advantage of that option and volunteered their time at the Whatcom Humane Society,...

Timothy Costello, director of Western Washington University's Center for Service-Learning, met with Philip Okundi, chairman of Ombago Girls Academy, and six other Kenyans on July 26 in Old Main. Okundi and his countrymen were...

Several robotics groups gathered in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room at Western Washington University on Saturday, June 27, for the first local event of its kind: The Whatcom Robotics Expo.

The Whatcom Robotics Expo was sponsored by CodeLily, a computer science and web development education studio founded by Western...

Smart Trips and Western Washington University Sustainability partnered up to organize a picnic bike ride from Red Square on Western Washington University’s Bellingham campus to the Fairhaven Farmer’s market at noon on Wednesday, June 24.

This leisurely bike ride was organized to promote Smart Trips and to get people to try and find alternative methods of transportation to...

Michala Dymond-Shaw spoke at the 4 p.m. ceremony. Dymond-Shaw graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a minor in Economics. Outside of her studies at Western, she volunteered with elderly residents at St. Francis of Bellingham and worked with clients with developmental disabilities at Puffin Island LLC in Everson. A...