Umbrellas, trapeze, and tap dance, oh my! Western’s fall trapeze class presents free Mary Poppins show on Dec. 5
Western’s low-flying dance trapeze class prepares for its final showcase, an aerial dance interpretation of Mary Poppins, the culminating element of the class’s theater movement curriculum.
Dashown Wilson, Western’s new director of Campus Security Services, is settling into his new role in Gunnison. He wants students and others in the Mountaineer community to know they can reach out and connect.
Western’s Community Wellness team leans into harm reduction initiatives, makes resources more accessible to Mountaineer students
Associate director of Community Wellness McKenzie Mathewson and Western’s Peer Health Educators balance policy and realism and push for harm reduction on campus to protect students.
Members of the Gunnison community are invited to join B’nai Butte and local church groups on a Vigil for Peace this Sunday, Oct. 15
Condoms, consent, kinks, & healthy relationships: Western’s Student Wellness department tackles taboos to answer all your questions about sex
Oct. 23 to 26, the Student Wellness Department is teaming up with Residence Life, Adam & Eve, Gunnison County, Psychology Club, Project Hope, and Western’s Center for Civil Rights to bring a week full of sex and relationship education events to campus.
Wilderness Pursuits offers a variety of action-packed outdoor adventures for daring students this fall
Learn more about Wilderness Pursuit’s fall trips
In partnership with Gunnison Valley Health and TimelyCare, Western continues to confront mental health challenges head-on
Gunnison Valley Health’s (GVH) Behavioral Health Services, the force behind Western’s Counseling Center for more than a year, integrates free in-person counseling for students on- and off-campus with TimelyCare telehealth and psychiatry services, mobile crisis services, and peer support to provide Western students access to comprehensive mental health care.
On Aug. 28, College Raptor, a college research and information service, named Western its number one Hidden Gem college in Colorado.
What you need to know about the upcoming Sunni Gunni Costume Float & River Celebration event on Saturday, Aug. 26
The Sunni Gunni Costume Float & River Celebration is a community celebration of the Gunnison River that features art, recreation, education and self-expression. Held at the Gunnison Whitewater Park on Saturday, Aug. 26, the event kicks off at 9 a.m.
On the morning of Wednesday, July 26, a lightning strike started a wildfire known as the Lowline Fire about 11 miles southwest of Crested Butte.
On Friday, June 30, Western’s president Brad Baca sent an email signed by seven of Western’s top administrators that addressed the Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action.
Colorado Western Slope Democrats unveil new 546 Project campaign with the hopes of ousting Lauren Boebert in 2024
On Monday June 5, the Colorado Democratic Party launched a new campaign to unseat Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert, who has represented Colorado’s 3rd House District since Jan. 2021.
Members of Western’s creative community have banded together for the third iteration of the Western Arts Showcase, slated for Friday, April 14 from 5 to 9 p.m. in Quigley Hall, sponsored by the university’s Council for Creative Expression (CCE).
2023-24 student government elections are open through Friday, April 14. Learn more about the candidates
Learn more about the candidates for SGA in 2023-24.
After fiery debate in SGA, opposition prevails on controversial Hawaiian cultural experience funding bill
On Wednesday, March 8, several dozen students, professors, and staff gathered at an emotionally charged Student Government Association (SGA) open forum to discuss funding for an educational experience contained within the Psychology Department’s six-week summer course in Hawaii.
As part of Western’s Blister speaker series, Drew Petersen — skier, trail runner, mental health champion, and writer — will speak at a public event on Thursday, Feb. 9 in Kincaid Concert Hall, within Quigley Hall.
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