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As finals week is approaching closer, so is something else: sweet, sweet, summer. The dreaded exams [...]

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Great weekend at camp with Linfield, Southern, and Pacific! We are off to a great start. #wouwolves #WOU #howlaboutit
  • Who caught tonight's sunset? Lavenders, pinks, and oranges, oh my!
#traveloregon #oregonlove
  • Love the colors of summer on campus. Even on a rainy day.
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Welcome to WOU, where it rains in August! By Friday we'll heat back up to an estimated high of 95 degrees. Coming for a #woutour? Plan accordingly!#oregonweather #howlaboutit #wou #westernoregonuniversity #happymonday
  • The fence is down! Guess that means the new Richard Woodcock Education Center will open soon. 🎉🎉🎉
  • Wolfie had a sweet ride in yesterday's Dallas Summerfest Parade! #howlaboutit
  • Can't wait to explore the new Richard Woodcock Education Center when it opens in September! #howlaboutit
  • Did you get outside to enjoy the weather today? Catch a Pokémon or two?
  • Isn't the Historic Gentle House lovely? Have you been to an event there?
  • May have to re-do the admissions requirements for Pokemon. This pidgey is quite persistent. 
#howlaboutit #pokemongo
  • Head on over to the Morgan Alexander concert at WUC Plaza - happening right now!
  • Beautiful day for a concert at WUC Plaza. Come check it out until 1pm. Free dessert and food available for purchase. #howlaboutit

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A few snippets of the Building inside and out as it nears completion.

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Want to get outside and enjoy this beautiful weather? Come to campus and watch the Valley Shakespeare Company at WOU perform "A Midsummer Night's Dream" on the Leinwand outdoor stage (near Rice Auditorium).

It's set in the deep South at the time of the Civil War. The production is free and open to the public. It is appropriate for all ages. Shows are July 27 - July 30 at 8 p.m.
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  • It’s time to tailgate and cheer on the Wolves! If you’ve had tailgating spots in the Captiol Auto Redzone in  years past, the time has come to renew your Wolves Club  membership if you have not done so yet. New to the Captiol Auto Redzone?! Custom parking spots are a  benefit of the Wolves Club at the Captain ($300) level and your  spots will be reserved (name painted in two spaces) for each of the four home football games for the 2016 season.


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