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Western announces hybrid approach to fall quarter

As students return to campus in the fall, most classes will be held remotely with some in-person instruction. // Photo by...

Thrifting at home becomes the new normal

The thrifting culture in Bellingham continues even in a global pandemic. Secondhand and vintage items are accessible online through various platforms...

Local retailers deliver stay-at-home merchandise

By Bella Coronado As businesses across Bellingham have temporarily closed their doors, many local...

Education students continue in experienced-based learning

Teacher education students in reading practicums work one-on-one with children ranging in learning abilities and reading levels. // Illustration by Bella...

WWU Clubs continue in community despite social distance

By Bella Coronado Spring is an important time for clubs to host outdoor events,...

Viking Voices: What relationship is most important to you and why?

Compiled by Audra Anderson Leslie AguilarSecond-yearInternational Business Major “My relationship with...

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How the mask mandate looks in Whatcom County

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Call your grandparents

The isolation caused by the pandemic is hitting older groups harder, it’s our job to help them stay connected.

Commercial fishing industry braces for strange season

 Upcoming local, Alaskan fishing season will be seeing low prices, high uncertainty Boats in Squalicum...

Staying healthy is essential right now, no matter the method

Many are turning to simple self-care practices in order to promote their own health. // Illustration by Julia Vreeman

Whatcom County combats unreliable internet during COVID-19

Pandemic highlights the lack of quality internet access many Washingtonians face Wifi symbol in front of...