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Campus advisory notifies community of multiple whooping cough cases

WWU Student Health Center// Photo Courtesy of Google Maps By Crista Blowers The campus community received a Campus Advisory alerting students of the spread of whooping...

“Lies Feminists Tell” event poster set ablaze on campus

Photo courtesy of Abby Theige By Crista Blowers A campus advisory notified students on Monday, May 6, of an arson investigation following a fire set to...

Best and worst Dressed: The Met Gala

By Crista Blowers Photo Credits: Vogue.com Metropolitan Museum of Art, May 6, the 2019 Met Gala. This years theme, “Camp: Notes on Fashion.” Celebrities, athletes and...

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Illustration by Shannon DeLurio By Crista Blowers Flashback to April 2018, Beyoncé Knowles, the first African American woman to headline the Coachella Valley Music and Arts...

President Randhawa and Melynda Huskey release new updates regarding student demands

Information compiled by Mariena Xiong, Infographic made by Esther Chong By Crista Blowers Western’s Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services Melynda Huskey sent a...
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Local roller derby league leaves the bruises at home and rolls with the pandemic.

The local roller derby league has started a weekly event that follows current mask and distancing guidelines.

Lake Whatcom protected for another 4 years

The Lake Whatcom Management Program has been extended to protect the lake and surrounding watershed.

Western offers free food to students during pandemic.

A pop-up pantry is open at the Viking Union Thursdays from 12-2 p.m. for students to pick up non-perishables and...

Washington experts work with Whatcom helpers against shellfish poisoning

County and state health departments, Lummi Tribe and others monitor local waters to protect shellfish eaters from paralytic shellfish poisoning