Western videographer Rhys Logan captured a few beautiful scenes of the snow Monday on the WWU campus.
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Western Washington University opened at 10 a.m., two hours late, on Monday morning, Feb. 24, after a Sunday snowstorm dumped nearly a foot of snow on campus.
Here's how campus looked at roughly 8 a.m. Monday.
Photos by Matthew Anderson / WWU
Guard Richard Woodworth (Sr., Bellevue/Newport) hit a half court shot at the buzzer, lifting Western Washington University to a 94-91 victory over Central Washington University on Saturday in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference men's basketball contest at Sam Carver Gymnasium on the WWU campus that was televised regionally on ROOT Sports.
Center Austin Bragg (Sr., Longview/Mark...
Western Washington University's Scott Linneman, professor of Geology and Science Education, is the 2013 Washington Professor of the Year, awarded by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
Whenever he can, Linneman teaches geology out in the field instead of the classroom; his students have observed geologic...
The nominations keep coming in.
Western Washington University employees continue to be recognized via the Western Way recognition program, begun in January.
The new program aims to recognize Western employees for their hard work on campus and to give their co-workers an opportunity to praise their efforts.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee visited the Western Washington University campus on Monday, Feb. 17, to tour the plastics engineering technology facilities.
Nicole Hoekstra, a professor of engineering technology at Western, explained the program to the governor, and a handful of Western students demonstrated and explained their projects.
"The visit gave us the opportunity to show...
Spreading the love: Western Washington University juniors Heather McTurnan and Keegan Strandness and senior Thomas Nelson give their fellow students heartfelt gifts -- hugs, shrugs and prolonged eye contact -- for Valentine's Day on the campus of Western Washington University in Red Square Friday, Feb. 14, 2014.
The Western Washington University Department of Theatre and Dance production “Soapbox” has been selected as one of four productions to represent Region VII of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre...
Nancy Holt, the celebrated artist who created the "Stone Enclosure: Rock Rings" sculpture on the south end of the Western Washington University campus, has passed away.
A few years ago, working on a book with Sarah Clark-Langager, director of the Western Gallery, she sent a few photos of the construction and dedication of the sculpture. Enjoy!