- Clubs, Environmental and Sustainability Programs prepare for Earth Week
- Greenest residence hall to be honored April 15
3-5pm in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room.
- Outback workshop teaches seed-starting to students
Western students prepare for the spring showers by learning the proper mixture...
- Rain gardens in the works
The construction of 36 rain gardens will help filter water pollution in downtown Bellingham and is set...
- Scientist: Lake Whatcom's problems persist, but are not getting worse
The quality of Lake Whatcom water may have stabilized...
- After 53 'remarkable' years, Mookherjee to retire
In late December, the 12th Asian Urbanization Conference...
- Nonprofits host sustainability workshops, galleries
The weekend of April 4 marked the second year for the Allied Arts of Whatcom...
- New fabric store opens, reuses old material to avoid waste
Ragfinery, a textile recycling center, opened its doors to the public...
- Downtown wins national award
Bellingham’s downtown was recognized as being the eighth best in the nation...
- Outback Farm leaps into spring with planting workshop
Winter is over and the sun is finally out in Bellingham, creating the perfect weather for planting seeds.
- New elk survey takes flight
Unmanned aircraft will scout a section of state-managed forest land...
- Turning waste into jobs the goal of new Bellingham business
Duane Jager admits he didn't know much about textiles when the Ragfinery...
- New fare boxes but same payment options on WTA buses
Riders of Whatcom Transportation Authority buses will notice a change when they board starting Friday, April 11.
- Bottled water ban officially hits campus
Students and staff involved with The Bottled Water Free Initiative are working to make...
- Power down for spring break
If your office or workstation will be vacant for even one day during the upcoming break or holiday, please take the following actions to reduce...
- Western wins award from PSE for Best Outreach Campaign
Puget Sound Energy presented WWU an award for best outreach campaign.
- AS votes to pull fossil fuel investments
The AS Board of Directors voted unanimously in support of divestment.
- Late Night Shuttle route may be expanded for 2014-15
Western’s Late Night Shuttle route may be extended from Bill McDonald Parkway down to 21st Street, east on Donovan Avenue and back north.
- Western to end sale of bottled water on campus
Western will end the sale and distribution of bottled water on campus on April 1.
- Student-assembled sculpture to be relocated to wetland March 12
Students assembled it under the guidance of Seattle artist John Grade.