• Keep your resolution alive at the Peter Courtney Health & Wellness Center.
  • WOU students reading to preschoolers.
  • WOU students wow in Theatre productions.

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Plenty of theatrical works involve a play within a play, but “Shakespeare in Hollywood” takes the co [...]

When Glenna Hughes talks about her new job as the Linn County Public Health Program manager, she can [...]

If you’d asked Alli Yamnitsky ’17 during her freshman year at Western Oregon University what she saw [...]

Is it possible to take classes at more than one college? Indeed! If you’re like many WOU students, y [...]

With so many options available for graduate school, the decision can take a lot of time, research, a [...]

Freshmen may feel pressure to choose a major before the beginning of fall term, but being undecided [...]

  • The riotous production of "Shakespeare in Hollywood" premieres on Thursday. You don't want to miss this one! Get tickets at the Rice Auditorium Box office between 12:30-4:30 p.m. on weekdays and 6 p.m. on performance nights or call 503-838-8462. Learn more at wou.edu/woustories. 
#howlaboutit #shakespeare #shakespeareinhollywood #theatre
  • This weeks The Western Journal is available all around campus and online! @thewoujournal #howlaboutit #wou
  • An hour ago, blue skies. Five minutes ago, hail. It looks like it snowed! #oregon #traveloregon
  • The Cannon Gallery of Art opens a new exhibit today with an opportunity to meet the artist, Hollis Hammonds. "The Space Between: Believing and Forgetting" runs today through March 24.
  • Geographic information systems (GIS) major Allison Yamnitsky, from Corbett, Ore., is already using the skills she's learned in class for a job at the Oregon State Lands Department. Read more at wou.edu/woustories. #howlaboutit #gis
  • Free at the door for WOU students (with WOU ID)! #howlaboutit #lomaxproject #folk
  • Tonight's sunset...😦. Taken at Marr Park in Monmouth. Tag us in your sunset photos from tonight!
#sunset #howlaboutit
  • Any Pokémon Go players on campus? New critters were released and lots to be found!
  • The Research Institute's Child Development Center now partners with Start Making a Reader Today. Volunteers come in weekly to read to TRI's CDC kids. How great is that? #howlaboutit #literacy
  • WOU men's basketball has two home games this week. Tonight at 7:30 against Alaska and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. against Alaska Anchorage. Come support our Wolves! 
#wouwolves #howlaboutit
  • Happy Valentine's Day! We'd love to hear about those of you who found your true love on campus. No, the crazy delicious maple bars found in WUC and Valsetz don't count. #howlaboutit #valentinesday
  • @fox12oregon came to campus today to talk with our WOU Food Pantry leaders. Can't wait to see the story when it's done!
#howlaboutit #foodinsecurity

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