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A HOUSE OF HEALING

The vision for a Coast Salish longhouse at Western originated from Western’s Native American Student Union and is the result of decades of discussion among students, faculty, and campus administrators.


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Architectural drawing by Jones & Jones Architects of the Longhouse
Kaiser Borsari Aerial view showcasing the new building


BUILDING WASHINGTON’S FUTURE

We understand the pressing nature of the technological challenges our society faces.

We are preparing people to face those challenges and to solve the most complex problems of our time.

We are building the future.


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Nate Jo

by Frances Badgett

Richland-born Nate Jo attended Hanford High School after years of homeschooling, and immediately ran for a…

In the News

Jeff and Dina Frank

by Frances Badgett

Seattle attorney Jeff Frank has worked in commercial, construction, and real estate litigation for more than…

Megan and Brian Lau

Alaska native Megan Lau’s path from Western to winning the 4 Under 40 Award from the American Marketing Association this year is a fascinating one…

Zoe Evans-Agnew

By Frances Badgett

Zoe Evans-Agnew (’21), Outstanding Graduate in Honors and behavioral neuroscience major, came to Western for…

Aliki Valdes

By Frances Badgett

When Aliki Valdes transferred into Western from Whatcom Community…


VIKINGFUNDER

Visit WWU’s official crowdfunding site to see how you can support current student clubs, academic departments, scholarships and more!


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Students signing Home of the Vikings banner at the Paint B'ham Blue for WWU event