Succeeding in College with Aspergers

Today, the Health and Counseling Center held a seminar in the Willamette room about succeeding in college with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS). If you or someone you know is affected by this syndrome, you know the struggles that can be faced, and how important it is to know how to deal with those struggles. Jaime Silva [more…]

Hamersly is getting a facelift

Hamersly Library
Our very own Hamersly Library is getting a facelift beginning over Winter Break! The absolute best part about said facelift you ask? THE CAFE. Thats right, guys, there will be a Cafe Allegro satellite cafe in the library next term ( hopefully by February). It will be located in the alcove at the north end [more…]

Tree Campus USA

Dr. Bryan Dutton here at WOU wants to start taking the steps to make our university the next addition to the long list of schools recognized as “Tree Campuses”. The Arbor Day Foundation has a program entitled : Tree Campus USA. To be a part of the Universities involved in Tree Campus USA, your school [more…]

2015 Abby’s House Silent Auction

As  you all know already, Abby’s House is an amazing resource on campus that is there to help students and community members who are in need. They help women and families who have suffered from abuse or sexual violence along with people who struggle in areas such as depression, homelessness, stress, LGBTQ, and sexual health. They [more…]

Eriqa Hermen Profile : Advice for WOU students

WOU Alum Eriqa Hermen always dreamed of backpacking across Europe. As she and her friend prepared to take their one-month journey, they were not quite prepared for what they would encounter. Along the way they were exposed to much of the repercussions of the Syrian refugee crisis. To give you a little bit more information [more…]