Western Washington University sophomores Will Hanson, above, and Colin Brown, below, practice a kayak t-rescue Thursday, Oct. 24 at the Arne Hanna Aquatic Center in Bellingham, Wash. Hanson, Brown and seven others are participants in the Outdoor Center's Whitewater Kayaking Course. The course involves two training sessions and two whitewater kayaking expeditions on the Skagit River.
A women interacts with nearby friends at the 12th annual Ridin’ Low in the 3-6-0 Low Rider Show that took place Sunday, May 19 in Red Square at Western Washington University. Customized cars and bikes were showcased at the show in addition to musical and dancing entertainment.
Western Washington University sophomore forward Jessica Bertucci, right, and St. Edwards University freshman defender Libby Fish battle for ball control on Sunday, Nov. 24, at Orca Field in Bellingham, Wash. Western beat St. Edwards 2-0 and advances to the NCAA Division II semifinals in Evans, Ga. // Photo by Danny Miller
Brother Jed Smock aggressively preaches Wednesday, May 15 in Western Washington University’s Red Square. Smock travels to college campuses across the nation expressing his opinion and encouraging students to repent.
Margret McClure assists her daughter Jamie with drinking a glass of water. Margret McClure is a full time caregiver for her 32-year-old son Thomas and 26-year-old daughter Jamie. Thomas and Jamie are diagnosed with Angleman syndrome—a genetic developmental disability affecting their brain function, communication, and ability to walk. Thomas and Jamie perform three times a week in the band titled "Out of the Ashes," led by Jon Dalgarn. The band consists of children and adults with mental disabilities. (See After School for more)
Phil Burns, a Western Washington University mental health counselor, is seen in a window reflection talking about preventable measures for depression and suicide during Walk of Hope, a suicide-awareness event, on Thursday, Nov. 21, in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room. The event, put on by Western's chapter of To Write Love on Her Arms, featured speakers from the Associated Students, Western's Counseling Center and current students focusing on the topics of suicide prevention. The event aimed provide an open space for conversation about suicide and depression. // Photo by Danny Miller
The Upfront Theater instructor and performer, Galen Emanuele, acts out a theatrical improv death during a rehearsal Monday, Sept. 30 for Hellingham—an improvised murder mystery show starting at the Upfront Theater Oct. 4th. Hellingham is an all-ages performance happening throughout October at the Upfront Theater located in downtown Bellingham, Wash.
Left to right, Tyler Whitmire, Lincoln Lute, Emile Panerio and Alex Vlahosotiros of the band Learning Team practice in a house where some of the band members live on Monday, Oct. 28, on High Street, Bellingham, Wash. Learning Team is an indie-rock band comprised five of Western Washington University students. // Photo by Danny Miller
Hannah Andersen, Alona Christman and Shanon Tallman perform in a dress rehearsal Wednesday for INTERVAL— a dance show at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center. Western dance students, alumni, and other Bellingham community members are all apart of the performance. INTERVAL performances happen August 29 and 30 at 7:30 p.m at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center.
Grant Wilson walks beside an L-13 Grasshopper, among other historic planes which can fly, Thursday, Sept. 26, at the Heritage Flight Museum in Bellingham. Depending on weather, the third Saturday of every month, select planes in the museum take flight, Wilson said.
Liza Dinh, a member of the Western Washington University climbing team, attempts to complete a bouldering route during the Northwest Collegiate Climbing Competition, Feb. 2, 2013 at The Wade King Student Recreation Center located in Bellingham, Wash.