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Viking Voices: How has the stay-at-home order and the transition to online classes affected your study habits?

By Cameron Lautenslager Esmerelda Cuevas First-year A portrait of Ezzy Cuevas //...

City adds ‘Hearing loop’ to council chambers

Renovations to the City Council chambers, pictured in this January 2018 file photo, will include improvements to accessibility, including a "hearing...

Whatcom Jail braces for COVID-19

As of March 12, no one with the Whatcom County Jail has been tested for COVID-19, but the corrections department has...

City helps Unity Village find new location

A "HomesNOW! Not Later..." sign sitting on a pile of pallets at SafeHaven, HomesNOW!’s previous location, on May 6, 2019. // Photo...

Birchwood Food Desert Fighters rally against lack of fresh food access

Birchwood Food Desert Fighters stand outside former Albertsons grocery store three years after its closing in protest. // Photo by Aryonna Willoughby By Aryonna Willoughby Protesters...

Bellingham Roller Betties

Michelle Townsdin (Dita Von Teeth) skates around the rink during a bout against the Petersburg Ragnarok Rollers on April 27, 2019. // Photo by...

Through rain and wind, Western’s annual track & field meet is still a go

Western Washington University long distance runner Sophia Galvez competes in the 1500 meter race at the WWU Team Invite at Civic Stadium. // Photo...

Vendors Row welcomes Tai’s Jerk

Courtesy photos by Christian Serwold By Aryonna Willoughby There’s a new kid on the block, or in this case: Vendor’s Row. Chicago-native Tai Brown is taking...
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Western faces rise in deferred enrollment

COVID-19 causing students to question the value of online education. A photo...

Western’s Outdoor Center providing what they can for students

During the summer, Crandall said he worked on transitioning the Outdoor Center’s Western Outdoor Orientation Trips to an online format.

Winter months pose risks for public health, business in Washington

COVID-19 cases expected to rise. A graph that depicts the current rise in COVID-19...

Alum’s award-winning play performed over livestream by theatre arts department

The play, “how to clean your room (and remember all your trauma),” was written by Western alum J. Chavez

For LGBTQ+ students, help comes at an important time

From housing to virtual lectures, student and faculty-led programming takes a new face in the 2020 school year.