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DATE: April 18, 2012 9:08:19 AM PDT
Western Weekly for April 18, 2012

Western Today

On Campus

'Your Western' wins N.O.W. film contest

'Your Western,' a film telling the story of Western through the eyes of students, faculty and alumni, too top honors in the 'My University, My Western' category of the N.O.W. film contest. The film was shot and edited by students Ryan Hasert and Chris Jespersen

The film "Your Western," shot and edited by Western Washington University students Ryan Hasert and Chris Jespersen, took top honors in the "My University, My Western" category of the recent N.O.W. film contest at Western. Winners were announced during a presentation given by Matthew Dunn, co-founder of Say It Visually!, on April 11. The speech and the film contest were part of Western's "Digital Media: The Future is N.O.W." event.

Recent press releases:

WWU to Host Spring Career Fair April 19

Western’s Huxley College Speaker Series to Host Eric Grossman April 20

WWU Hires Karen Dade as New Associate Dean of Woodring College of Education

WWU Department of Music Presents "Friesen & Friends" on April 19

WWU Students Honored by Society of Professional Journalists

WWU Dance Presents 'Dance Faculty Concert' April 19-22

Western's Professional Editing Course Begins This Fall; Information Session Set for Apr. 25

Puget Sound Energy CEO Kimberly Harris to Keynote WWU Seattle Business Forum April 30

Western's Scott Miles Wins National Award from the Western States Seismic Policy Council


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