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Uninsured to suffer the most after the pandemic

Experts say isolation can negatively impact mental health, but not everyone has access to services they may need. // Illustration by...

Student Health Center to offer in-person physical evaluations

The Student Health Center on the north end of Western’s campus has been supporting students virtually. // Photo by Ella Banken

Local organizations work to aid people experiencing homelessness during the pandemic

The Lighthouse Mission Drop-in Center on Holly Street in February 2020. The Mission has temporarily relocated to Bellingham High School to...

Washington rids taxes on period products

A menstrual product dispenser in the Viking Union offers free supplies at the push of a button. // Photo by Ella...

Sewing: old fashioned or new fad?

Mikhal Jensen shows off a crew neck sweatshirt crafted out of a vintage blanket on Friday, Mar. 6, 2020. // Photo...

City establishes new immigration board

Two individuals exit Bellingham City Hall on Tuesday, March 10. // Photo by Ella Banken By Teya Heidenreich

How to throw the perfect disc

Tova Breen throws the frisbee to a teammate during warm-up drills on Thursday, Feb. 27. // Photo by Ella Banken

Millworks project to provide new resources and support

The new food campus location will be downtown at the former Georgia-Pacific lignin building on Cornwall Ave. // Photo by Ella...

Take the leap: all skill levels welcome at Western’s figure skating club

Stephanie Dinca, co-president of Western’s figure skating club, warms up during practice on Tuesday, Feb. 25. Some members practice routines for...

Finding counseling in Bellingham

Western's Counseling Center can be found on the fifth floor of Old Main and is open weekdays. // Photo by Ella...
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