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The Western Front’s response to racial injustice

Changes made to address current violence toward BIPOC, bias in our reporting Illustration by...

Alcoa’s Intalco Works aluminum smelter to lay off 700

A sign posted on the side of the road in Ferndale, Wash. declares support for Alcoa Intalco. // Photo by Kaleigh...

Survey shows Whatcom County’s small businesses are struggling

Outside of The Shakedown in 2018. // Photo by Lili McMurtrey By Hailee Wickersham

WWU police release photo of The Outback’s John Doe

University Police released a photo found of the unidentified man who died by suicide near Buchanan Towers on March 5 in...

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...

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...

Brief: Man’s body found near The Outback Farm

Police investigate the wooded area next to the Outback Farm where a man's body was found on Thursday, March 5. //...

Tree farm creates path for salmon

Volunteers old and young planting trees at the planting event on April 1, 2017. // Photo courtesy of Dave New

Influenza B — nothing to sneeze about

The Student Health Center on the north end of Western’s campus provides immunizations for influenza and has the ability to evaluate,...

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WWU Intramurals hosting esports leagues fall quarter

With in-person intramurals still on hold, WWU Intramurals offers free-to-play esports instead.

Experiences in Germany eased transition to Western for Georg Cholewa

Background of the senior’s past in playing soccer and how it translated to the collegiate level in the states.

Safety still a concern among local cafes

As reopening continues, local cafes try to keep customers, employees safe. Mask/table sign: The Black Drop...

The Bellingham City Council meeting held online

This first budget discussion was for the Police Department budget. A screenshot of the City...

City Council reviews plans, resources to address homelessness

An artist’s rendering of what the Samish Commons affordable housing complex will look like upon completion. The photo was part of...