In the third season of its revival, Western Summer Theatre offers a broad line-up of plays for both traditional theatre-goers and more eclectic audiences at prices everyone can afford.
Katherine Mullen came to WWU in 2014 from Whatcom Community College as an honors student to do a double major in Dance and Sociology. Her international travels and her work in Dharamshala, India with Tibetan refugees have truly set her apart.
Students from the Western Washington University Childhood Development Center visited Professor Seiko Purdue in her studio and learned dyeing techniques. Click on any of the photos to navigate the captioned slideshow.
Five sculptures on the Western Washington University campus invite the viewer to look away from the art works to something beyond them.
This year marked the first award of the Bennerstrom Prize, funded by fans and friends of the artist, and given to a student in honor of Susan Bennerstrom's contributions to fine art.
For the thirteenth year in a row, WWU Art History students traveled to Seattle to present their research at the University of Washington Undergraduate Research Symposium. Students apply to the Symposium by submitting an abstract via a faculty mentor who can speak to the quality of the resear