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Jewish Voice for Peace members host an evening of music and community at the Alternative Library

By Anelyse Morris The crowd filled the room wall-to-wall, but the only sound heard was the gentle strum of...

Community to Community Development takes fight for agricultural workers, immigrant rights to state legislature

Photo by Anelyse Morris By Anelyse Morris After strikes by farmworkers over inhumane working conditions and...

New flights offered to Alaska as of May 2019

By Anelyse Morris Allegiant Air will begin offering a new flight path from Bellingham to Anchorage, Alaska beginning...

WTA offers bus riding lessons to middle schoolers

Illustration by Cody Clark By Anelyse Morris Western students may be seeing more people on their...

Puppy’s bittersweet bucket list wish fulfilled

By Anelyse Morris A local celebrity was sighted at Mud Bay on Sunday, Jan. 20. He caused quite a...

Local art communities come together

By Anelyse Morris On a calm evening in Red Square, a faint beat echoes, intensifying with every step. The Fine Arts Gallery door opens to an...

Rising: 13 women raise their voices

By Anelyse Morris Nestled in the heart of downtown Bellingham, a small frame shop bustles with artists and art-lovers alike. Paintings and sculptures stretch across...

Changes on the horizon for Veteran Services Office

Restructuring, incoming personnel are among the changes. // Photo by Jaden Moon By Anelyse Morris Veterans Day may have passed, but the Veteran Services office on...

Making memories with Memoirs

By Anelyse Morris Six students laugh as they shuffle into a small conference room, chatting about their classes and increasingly busy schedules. As their...

Students raise concerns as vehicle design program hangs in limbo

By Julia Furukawa Note: This is a continuation of the piece, "Vehicle design legacy on line," originally published in the print edition of The Western...
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