Next Saturday, WWU Sing Kids is hosting a day of dance classes with an evening speakeasy-themed dance! It's only $10 for both classes and dance, $5 for just the dance, and it's going to be grand! Bring your friends, bring your neighbors, bring your grandma, and join us October 10th in the VU MPR.
Schedule: 11-11:30: Check in/Registration/ Stretch/ Warm up dance. Be ready to move! 11:30-12:30- Class 1: Swing Dance Technique. 12:30-1:30- Lunch Break 1:30-2:30- Class 2: Swing...
Are you an aspiring author? Want to capture a publisher’s eye? Check out Western’s upcoming Publishing & Marketing course! This two-session non-credit course will meet from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturdays Nov. 7 and 14. You will learn how to attract publishers’ attention online, successfully market yourself as an expert, and connect with your audience through social media. Over the two sessions, you will work on crafting a book pitch to give in the future.
Interested in studying in paradise this December?
Sign up to spend eight days and seven nights studying urban geography and planning in Honolulu, Hawaii with Western Washington University environmental studies professor, Dr. Patrick Buckley.
The course, ENVS 368: Exploring Great Cities: Honolulu – Sustainability in Paradise, is 4 credits and will introduce students to the forces and efforts that shape the human environment.
The Office of Admissions would like to thank you for your interest in volunteering or potentially working for our office in the future!
We have a volunteer opportunity coming up for you. Western Fall Welcome (WFW) is on Saturday October 24th and we need volunteers! Western Fall Welcome is designed for prospective students and families who are interested in learning more about Western. Information sessions about campus life, residence halls, student activities, academic programs,...
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I'm looking to sell textbooks for:
Math 112- $60
Humanities of Africa (LBRL 276, 3 books)- $50
They're in great shape!
Do you want to meet Japanese international students? Do you want to help others learn about American culture. The WWU Asia University America Program (AUAP) is hosting 52 students for 5 months. If you are a WWU student and you would like to volunteer, please check out our Campus Friends Program http://www.wwu.edu/ee/lcp/auap/campusfriends.shtml. If you are a Bellingham community member, you can sign up to be a Community Friend http://www.wwu.edu/ee/lcp/auap/communityfriends.shtml. For...
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WWU Dance welcomes all students interested in taking a dance technique class to come to a placement class on Monday September 21st at the Commissary Studios (studio B) on South Campus. In addition to being a great workout, dancing makes you SMARTER! http://socialdance.stanford.edu/syllabi/smarter.htm
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register and for more information about Dance at WWU!
My name is Alynn Sobolik, and I want to form a band at Western this year! I'm a guitarist who also plays harmonica and sings (when I have to). I typically play Hard Rock and Blues, but I've been known to dabble in other genres (i.e. Folk, Punk, Metal, Funk, etc.). Any and all musicians are welcome to join; the more, the merrier! If you're interested, please send me an e-mail at email@example.com. Let's rock!
Hi, my name is Kiera. My friend and I are working on a business plan right now and are in need of some assistance for our financial plan. We have talked with SCORE and are in the process of connecting with SBDC more, but would love someone to consult with us. If you are interested, this could likely turn into a job for you if you have interest in small business bookkeeping. Feel free to email me at Kiera.firstname.lastname@example.org, or respond to this post! Thank you!
If you have any experience as a hockey goalie, contact me at 360-739-5475. The hockey team is looking for someone to stand between the pipes.
Saturday august 22nd 9am ceremony! if you have any tickets to sell let me know! i really need at least 1!!
I need four total extra tickets for WWU's 12:30 Graduation Ceremony August 22nd. $25.00 for each ticket you are willing to sell. Please call/text me: 206-276-8670
My name is Kaitlyn, and I have one ticket left that I would like to sell for $50 OBO. Shoot me a text if you are interested! (425)293-8770
Hello! Seeking one or two tickets (maybe even three?) for the 12:30 ceremony! I'll definitely pay + bake you something if that's what you're into (or make you some koolaid or something)! Plus you can get the satisfaction of knowing my grandma is basically the cutest and you'd be the reason she would be able to cry in the PAC. And then probably even be so grateful she would invite you to join our family which is pretty cool. What's better than that? Anyway, if you have extra please email...
We are in need of 1 roommate to join us in this 4 bedroom 2 bathroom tri-level duplex. It's south campus, about a 15-20 minute walk to Western, and a short distance to the bus stop. Rent = $1,700/mo Security Deposit = $1,700 and will be divided fairly. The place comes with water, sewage and garbage, along with lawn maintenance. There is 2- car garage with plenty of space in the driveway.
Information about us: 3 chill guys, all love to cook, 420 friendly =), we are all students at...
Here is the 2015-16 & 2016-17 WWU Operating Budget as Proposed by the President, Vice-Presidents' and Deans'
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I need just one more graduation ticket for the second (12:30) ceremony! Please message me back if you have one at either 425-760-8401 or email@example.com
I am in desperate need of one or two tickets to the 12:30 p.m. (second ceremony) summer graduation. Please email me at LilyJaquith@gmail.com or text me at 425-286-7954 if you have any available.
Hey, all! I'm looking to change majors from the College of Engineering to pursue Environmental Studies at Huxley this fall. I've been looking at Geography and GIS concentrations in particular, but I'd love to talk to students who are in these programs (those in additional ENVS programs, such as urban planning, would also be useful) to gain a better understanding of what to expect and what recommendations you might have.
Feel free to post here or shoot me a message. Thanks in...