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You’re seeing more fallen trees, branches in Whatcom. It wasn’t the windstorm

John Tuxill, an ethnobotanist and associate professor at Western Washington University’s Fairhaven College, said local trees struggled to survive the early summer heatwave that sent temperatures soaring above 100 degrees. “Part of what we’re seeing now is the aftermath of that heat dome at the…

U.S. News Ranks WWU as Top Public Master’s-Granting School in Pacific Northwest for the 22nd Straight Year 2021-09-16
Seaweed Smorgasbord: Greens from the sea the next power food?

It’s slippery, it’s slimy, it’s salty and it’s briny — and it may be the next “it” food. Whidbey Island has a bonafide cornucopia of seaweed along its shores and there are a variety of ways an adventurous eater can try a bite.

Indigenous cultures from all over the world have cooked with…

Meet the 2021 Presidential Scholars 2021-06-18
WWU's Richard Simon named a finalist for the PEN/Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction 2021-06-09
Christopher ‘Caskey’ Russell Named New Dean of Western's Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies 2021-05-13
WWU’s Ray Wolpow Institute to Stream Critically Acclaimed Film ‘Transit’ May 7-14  2021-05-03
Research Recap for April 30 2021-04-30
UT's Marisol Lebron to keynote first-ever 'Creando Puentes/Creating Bridges' symposium April 27 2021-04-21
Fairhaven and the Ray Wolpow Institute to launch new Human Rights minor this fall 2021-04-20
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