In the media

04 22 15
The Bellingham Herald
The House's budget chair said Tuesday Washington lawmakers will not finish their work by Sunday's deadline and will need a special session to work out the details on the state budget and adequately paying for public education. Gov. Jay Inslee agreed with Rep. Ross Hunter's assessment. But he said special session plans haven't been talked about yet.
04 22 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western WashingtonUniversity’s Katie Reichert bettered her NCAA Division II automatic qualifying mark in the women’s javelin with a winning throw of 165-7 on Saturday, Apr. 18, at the Beach Track & Field Invitational hosted by Long Beach State on the campus of Cerritos College.
04 22 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University junior Kristen Hansen took medalist honors and freshman Jenn Paul tied for third place as the Vikings cruised to a fifth straight title at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Women’s Golf Championships which ended Tuesday, Apr. 21, at the Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course (5,914 yards) in Idaho.
04 22 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University moved up one spot to place second at the 8th Annual Great Northwest Athletic Conference Men’s Golf Championships which ended Tuesday, Apr. 21, at the Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course (6,803 yards) in Idaho.
04 22 15
The Bellingham Herald
The top athletes on Western Washington University’s men’s and women’s track-and-field teams made the most of their trip to California last weekend to compete in the Mt. SAC Relays, the Azusa Pacific Bryan Clay Invitational and the Long Beach State Beach Invitational.
04 21 15
IndieWire
Numerous documentaries have attempted to create a diverse portrait of the United States of America, but none has ever achieved this solely by boarding our country's busiest long-distance train, the Empire Builder. In the documentary "In Transit," filmmakers Lynn True, Nelson Walker, Ben Wu and David Usui take the ride to hear stories from the train's various passengers and learn about the dreams and desires that are universal among us, regardless of where we come from or where we're going.
04 21 15
The Western Front
When Western rugby coach Paul Horne received the letter informing him he will be inducted into the British Columbia Rugby Hall of Fame, he thought it was a joke. The ceremony date happened to be April Fools’ Day and Horne thought he was being tricked. Well, it was real.
04 21 15
Energy Magazine
Will 2014 be remembered as the year that environmental policies of the world’s major economies began to adapt to seriously combat climate change? In the final weeks of last year, it seemed possible.
04 20 15
The Oklahoma Daily
An OU physicist is leading a research team that has created a new molecule, resulting in an article in Science magazine and a possible pathway to quantum computers. James Shaffer, a professor of atomic, molecular and optical physics, led a team that included Hossein Sadeghpour of Harvard University; Seth Rittenhouse, assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Western Washington University; and OU graduate students Don Booth and Jin Yang.
04 20 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University sprinter Alex Donigian, hurdler Travis Milbrandt and steeplechaser Katelyn Steen set school and Great Northwest Athletic Conference records on Friday, April 17, at the 57th Annual Mt. SAC Relays taking place in Walnut, Calif.