In the media

10 23 14
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University had a league-high four players named to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Pre-season All-Star team announced Tuesday, Oct. 21.
10 23 14
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University, ranked 20th in this week's National Soccer Coaches Association of America NCAA Division II Top 25 Poll, tops the first NCAA Division II West Region rating released Wednesday. The Vikings are 12-0-2 overall and lead the Great Northwest Athletic Conference standings with an 8-0-2 record. WWU is the only GNAC school in the regional rating.
10 23 14
The Bellingham Herald
Freshman Jenn Paul tied for third in medalist play and Western Washington University finished second in a 10-team field at the Sonoma State University Women’s Golf Fall Invitational Tournament, which ended Tuesday on the North course at the Foxtail Golf Club.
10 23 14
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University placed eighth among 18 teams at the Cal State Monterey Bay Men’s Golf Invitational Tournament which ended Tuesday, Oct. 21, in Seaside, Calif. The Vikings shot a final-round 310 for a 54-hole total of 916.
10 23 14
The Bellingham Herald
Though the Western Washington University women’s cross country team dropped out of the top 25 nationally and out of the top five in the West region, it hasn’t completely given up on this season. One big reason is the consistent leadership of All-American Katelyn Steen.
10 23 14
The Bellingham Herald
Hundreds of students cheered them on, and smiles lit up the faces of three fifth-graders as they received college diplomas from Western Washington University. Though the diplomas were fake, the excitement was real for Joselyn Orozco, Collin Averill and Jazmin Bermudez. “I was so excited, I nearly jumped up and down,” Jazmin said.
10 22 14
Puget Sound Business Journal
Now in its eleventh year, the Puget Sound Business Journal's Women of Influence award program shines the spotlight on local businesswomen, community leaders and philanthropists who are a force in the region. Throughout history, women have made a difference in the workplace... but paving the way to the top and into leadership positions, has taken more than hard work. The pioneers had to shatter glass ceilings, knock down doors, create their own paths and help others along the way. More than ever, women are making a huge impact on the Puget Sound region's economy.
10 22 14
The Bellingham Herald
Minority enrollment is growing at Washington’s public colleges and universities while total enrollment continues its upward trend, school officials reported this week. The University of Washington, Washington State University, Western Washington University and Eastern Washington University all reported increases in student population, including some record numbers.
10 22 14
The Bellingham Herald
Daniel James Brown shares his book, “The Boys in the Boat, ” about the University of Washington eight-oar crew team that stunned the world by winning the gold medal, beating the German team as Adolf Hitler looked on at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, in a free event at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Western Washington University’s Viking Union Multipurpose Room.
10 21 14
Business in Vancouver
Since I have not and have never been an American, and due to circumstances within my control have not set foot in the United States in this century, I’m unable to explain why I am immensely moved by Kate Smith – a sunny and large lady with a wineglass-shattering voice – singing “God Bless America” on a 33-1/3 record of Irving Berlin’s greatest compositions.