Last November, Colorado voted to legalize “magic mushrooms” — Here’s what the Western community should know about the psychedelic ballot initiative
On Nov. 8, 2022 Coloradans took to the polls across the state (or more accurately, they dutifully and carefully bubbled in their mail ballots) to decriminalize so-called “magic mushrooms” — read more about what the ballot initiative means for Coloradans.
As the spring semester kicks off, Western’s student government president Kyla Engleman provides a midyear update on SGA
Get the update on Western’s student government happenings as the spring semester begins.
EPIC Mentors program hiring 2023-24 mentors
Western’s EPIC Mentorship program, which was started in 2016 to facilitate incoming student’s transitions to college and boost retention rates, is hiring mentors for the 2023-24 academic year.
First-year Western student dies off campus
Western first-year business student Aidan Lincoln was found dead in his home on Monday, Jan. 9. In an all-campus email sent Monday evening, university president Brad Baca wrote "Aidan was found unresponsive in his off-campus residence, and we are in contact with his...
Western business professor Jessica Laramie wins Colorado energy education award
Dr. Jessica Laramie was recognized on Dec. 14 for her outstanding work as a Colorado educator in the energy industry when she received the 2022 Denver Association of Professional Landmen Education Award.
President Brad Baca updates Western’s community on the strategic planning process
Learn more about Western’s five year strategic plan, currently being updated for campus input in early 2023.
Wilderness Pursuits hosting annual gear Swap and Sale next Wednesday, Nov. 9
Come out and find some sweet deals on gently used outdoor gear!
El Pomar Foundation opens recruitment for 2023 fellowships and internships
Learn more about opportunities for students through the El Pomar Foundation.
Western updates Covid-19 protocols for the new academic year
As the new school year has gotten underway, Western has updated its Covid-19 guidelines around monitoring, testing, and isolation.
President Baca addresses racist and misogynist incidents at Western
On Friday, Sept. 9, Western’s president Brad Baca, who assumed office July 1, sent a campus-wide email addressing a series of hateful incidents on campus:
Western launches new mobile app
Information about Western’s new mobile app for students
Applications for the 2023 Geiman Fellow program are now open
Learn more about Geiman Fellowships at Western, including information about applying for 2023 fellowships.
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