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The Foster Blog

Stories from the Foster School of Business students, faculty, staff, alumni and Seattle’s business community.

Contributor - The Foster Blog highlights students, faculty, staff and alumni.

M&O Alumni Highlight: Greg Fisher - Greg Fisher’s road to entrepreneurship began at a job he hated.

M&O Alumni Highlight: Sharon Matusik - 1998 alumna Sharon Matusik is fostering growth and innovation with real-world impacts as Dean of the Leeds School of Business.

Chen elected as Fellow to the Academy of Management - Associate Dean and Professor Xiao-Ping Chen has been named a Fellow of the Academy of Management, the premier professional association for management and organization scholars worldwide.

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Klipsun Magazine

Western Washington University's independent, student-run magazine, featuring long-form narrative journalism

Evolve - The Fall 2017 edition of Klipsun Magazine – online and in print.

Keeping The Buzz Alive - Beekeeping is no longer about honey, but the interdependence between humans and bees, and survival.

Behind The Uniform Photo Story - A day in the life of a firefighter and what it takes to serve the community.

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Communications and Marketing

Western Washington University's communications and marketing office internship

WWU students, faculty working to educate the public on the plight of the homeless - Tara Perry works with students as part of a service-learning project to educate the community about homelessness and social justice.

B Gallery Reception Introduces BFA Candidates and Showcases Work - Western's 2016 Bachelor of Fine Arts candidates showcase the work which garnered admission into Western's competitive BFA program.

Western delegation makes inroads in China with new university partnership - In an effort to expand global learning and research opportunities, a delegation led by Western's provost visits universities in China.

Student Life: Fall 2016 - A gallery of images documenting student life at Western.

Building a Body of Work - Creative Exploration in the Arts – Western's competitive Bachelor of Fine Arts program.

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48 Degrees North

Western Washington University's Advanced Visual Journalism capstone project

Concept and web development - Bridging the Divide: Cultivating connections between our rural and urban communities.

Addressing Food Deserts in Whatcom County - Food deserts cover roughly 85 percent of Whatcom County.

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The Western Front

Western Washington University's official newspaper, published weekly in print and online

Students talk racial climate, exclude administration - The racial climate of Western’s campus and recent hate speech on social media were the center of discussion at the student-led dialogue.

Western students take to the streets to spread homeless awareness - Holding cardboard signs on street corners throughout Bellingham, Western students worked to raise awareness about homelessness.

Alumna makes US history - Western Alumna Vini Elizabeth Samuel was elected as the first female Indian-American mayor in US history. 

The Mountains are Calling, and We Must Go - At the top of a mountain, Jeremy Dubs was asked a question that would lead him to three consecutive trips overseas.

Hearing booms by Boomer's Drive-in? Here's Why - The condemned Aloha Motel on Samish Way provides the perfect place to practice knocking down doors.

New club promotes female empowerment through music - Bellingham Girls Rock Camp, a summer camp that promotes female empowerment through music, is coming to Western as a new Associated Students club.

First Climatefest hits home - Western's first Climatefest aimed to highlight local to global climate action and inspire action against climate change.