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In Whatcom, the battleground county, Dems. take both district seats

Some say the area’s shifting demographics give Dems. an advantage, others say it’s the strength of their political party

Western Goalkeeper Leads Fight for NCAA Title

Natalie Dierickx takes a goal kick in the Western women’s soccer game against rival Seattle Pacific University on Oct. 24, 2019. // Photo by...

Roundup: Women’s soccer takes regular season GNAC championship

WWU forward Estera Levinte races for the ball against two players from Northwest Nazarene on Saturday, Nov. 2. // Photo by Ian Haupt By Wilson...

Regal Cinemas suspect in custody for alleged bomb threat during ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ arraignment set for May 10

Movie goers stand outside the Regal Cinemas in Barkley Village after evacuating the theater on Sunday, April 28. // Photo by Katie Kovac By Allyson...

Civil rights lawsuit filed against Community Food Co-op

Customers stand outside the Community Food Co-Op on Cordata on April 2, 2019. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin By Ian Haupt Members of The Community Food...

Go local this holiday season

By Ian Haupt As holiday decorations begin to appear, it’s the time of year people start thinking about getting gifts for their loved ones....

Students say Business and Sustainability program is not preparing them for the field

Dunn teaches ENVS 359, Greening Business Policies and Practices on Nov. 6. // Photo by Jaden Moon By Ian Haupt Students and faculty of Western’s business and...

Men’s soccer battles to clinch runner-up spot

By Ian Haupt Two goals in two minutes for junior forward Christian Rotter set the sail for the Vikings’ win over the Northwest Nazarene University...

Psychology department hires cannabis expert

By Ian Haupt Western’s psychology department has hired one of the 100 most influential people in the cannabis field. Joshua Kaplan, who has a doctorate...

Creed Comes to Bellingham

By Ian Haupt A purple beam of light lit up the stage and the room filled with ecstatic cheers as the man of the evening...

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Western students save $44.79 on student fees

Board of Trustees pass 7.5% reduction for winter 2021, less than fall 2020 11.4% reduction 

Work on changing systems instead of yourself

Clothes dryers in WWU’s Birnam Wood main laundry room.  // Photo by Sadie Fick By Sadie Fick

Zoom bombing halts Shred the Contract meeting

Tougher security will help stop future zoom bombings Generic zoom photo By Nathan Schumock

Real or fake: The great Christmas tree debate settled

Real trees can’t be beaten when it comes to their beauty and environmental impact  A pine tree...

Holiday shopping could make or break small business during the pandemic

A gift guide to popular Bellingham businesses Local ingredients at Clara’s Canning Co. Photo by Ona Lee;