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Take a study break and head over to the winter a capella club concert from student group Major Treble in Arntzen Hall Room 100 March 12. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and any donations collected will go to Relay for Life teams.

This promo video was created by Western...

As part of the WWU Kindness Campaign's day of encouragement on Thursday, members of the Western community wrote notes to themselves for an art project on display under the Wilson Library skybridge. Today's theme is celebration.

And don't forget that ...

Finals stressing you out? Pet a bunny! Associated Students Productions brought in a petting zoo from Animal Encounters and set it up on the Communications Facility Lawn March 4, 2015.

"Animals in general, people just love them for therapy," says AS Special Events Coordinator Danielle Oyama, who spearheaded the event. "It just kind gives them the time to relax, let go of...

Students from Western Washington University's Intensive English Program are asked questions about living in America.

Here's what they had to say.

In this segment from episode 4, Viking Television talks with students and professors involved in various student publications around campus.

Featured: Fairhaven Free Press, The Western Front, The Planet, and Klipsun.

Associated Students Productions brought in a petting zoo from Animal Encounters and set it up on the Communications Facility Lawn March 4, 2015. It's scheduled to end at 4 p.m.

Photos by J.T. Williams / WWU

The student group Autonomous Students United to Reduce Tuition marched from the south campus flag plaza to the PAC Plaza on March 4, 2015, protesting tuition costs.

Photos by Rhys Logan / WWU

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee visited the SMATE program on campus and chatted with various groups of students on funding, tuition and the environment during a brief visit to campus on Monday, March 3, 2015.

Photos by Rhys Logan / WWU

Ever wonder how you can get involved in keeping bees?

The 2015 "Spring Bee-In" workshop will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 4, in Fairhaven Room 318.

Discussed at the workshop will be the Outback Apiary Project, beekeeping in general and how the WWU community can be a part of it. Michael Jaross, the Outback beekeeper, will show some slides and talk briefly...

Western Washington University is the most efficient school among universities of its type in the Pacific Northwest, according to a U.S. News & World Report analysis that compared spending and educational quality.

And Western ranked second overall as most efficient among regional colleges and universities in the West, a region stretching from Texas to the Pacific.

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