Kady Seward, 18, left, from Auburn, sits in Red Square at Western Washington University with her parents, George and Jan Seward, as she waits for her 
Summer Start Freshman Orientation advising session Aug. 18. The square includes Fisher Fountain, and Isamu Noguchi’s Skyviewing Sculpture, visible behind the family.
Kady Seward, 18, left, from Auburn, sits in Red Square at Western Washington University with her parents, George and Jan Seward, as she waits for her Summer Start Freshman Orientation advising session Aug. 18. The square includes Fisher Fountain, and Isamu Noguchi’s Skyviewing Sculpture, visible behind the family. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Kady Seward, 18, left, from Auburn, sits in Red Square at Western Washington University with her parents, George and Jan Seward, as she waits for her Summer Start Freshman Orientation advising session Aug. 18. The square includes Fisher Fountain, and Isamu Noguchi’s Skyviewing Sculpture, visible behind the family. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 11, 2007 04:37 PM

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