For decades, the WWU campus entered the Sabbath with the voice of Loren Dickinson broadcasting his weekly message over the radio station. In this WWU Alumni Association Remember When video, he talks about the impact a teacher can have, the importance of civility, and why paying attention matters.
In this Remember When series video, Terrie Aamodt reflects on happy accidents in her career, turning points in the history of the university, the importance of following the truth where it leads—and the day she realized that WWU wasn't in a rain forest.
Mel Lang revisits highlights from four decades at WWU in this Remember When video series sponsored by the WWU Alumni Association. Will his best decision ever surprise you?
Tom Thompson knew he didn't want to be a dentist—but teaching had never crossed his mind. In this Remember When video series sponsored by the WWU Alumni Association, step into Tom's path to the classroom, years at WWU, and his unforgettable last day of teaching.
In this Remember When video series sponsored by the WWU Alumni Association, Alden Thompson reflects on his years at WWU and his hopes for his former students. Find out what he'd have said if the burning bush had appeared to him.
Bev Beem decided early on that she wanted to make Walla Walla University her home. In this Remember When video sponsored by the WWU Alumni Association, you'll find out why—and see how her faith converges with her work as an English professor.
In this WWU Alumni Association Remember When video, you'll see Walt Meske's deeply compassionate view of dealing with human struggles and find out what's behind his broad connections to students—many of whom say he was instrumental in changing the course of their life.
In this Remember When video series sponsored by the WWU Alumni Association, you'll learn some interesting connections between Sylvia Nosworthy and early Adventist leaders. You'll also find out why she thinks humor is an important part of teaching.
Kraig Scott says that music has the power to connect humans to the divine like nothing else can. In this WWU Alumni Association Remember When video, you'll see why he believes that learning to listen is a vital part of music education. And you won't want to miss the moving choral piece bonus soundtrack at the end.
Helen Thompson Zolber's vision has left its mark in both the English department she built and in the alumni association. In this Remember When video series sponsored by the WWU Alumni Association, you'll see how and why she turned her passion into a lasting legacy.
Take a visit down memory lane with Ken Wiggins as part of the Remember When video series sponsored by the WWU Alumni Association, as he reflects on his years at WWU and his love for both students and for mathematics.
Although he never planned to be a teacher, Gordon found the relationships built with students—sometimes in unexpected places, like a school-sponsored backpacking trip—deeply rewarding. In this Remember When video, find out what he'd tell you about WWU today.
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