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First WWU Student tests positive

A microscopic view of the virus SARS-COV-2, which causes the respiratory illness COVID-19. // Photo courtesy the Centers for Disease Control...

Whatcom YMCA receives $800,000 grant

By Izzie Lund The Whatcom Family YMCA will be using an $800,000 grant to replace the child care center...

Legislature addresses high cost of insulin

A watercolor painting of insulin done by Wilson Turk. // Painting courtesy of Wilson Turk By Izzie Lund

Nooksack River overflows

Water floods Vanderyacht Park in Ferndale. // Photo courtesy of the City of Ferndale By Izzie Lund

Pending decision, housing regulations would promote new shelters

The Lighthouse Mission Drop-in Center on Holly Street is quiet as snow falls. The center is open 24/7, meals are offered...

City votes to find partner in safe parking program

City Council members consider a vote on whether or not to search for a business partner to help with the safe...

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Bellingham local shops bring business home

A stand in front of Jeremy Noet’s House displays Blue Water Pottery for sale. // ...

Climate task force begins climate measure filtering process, funding considerations

The Bellingham Climate Task Force (bottom row) and the Bellingham City Council (upper row) at Bellingham City Hall. // Photo Courtesy...

Behind the systems: For LGBTQ+ employees at religious organizations, a murky legal landscape on campus and in the courts

St. James Cathedral in Seattle is the main church of the Seattle Archdiocese, and the seat of Archbishop Paul Etienne. //...

COVID-19 impacts students’ search for off-campus housing

Students are facing difficult decisions about off-campus housing due to COVID-19. // Illustration by Rachel Alexander By Sienna...

Behind the systems: Former members frustrated over student’s resignation, double standards for dealing with sexual activity

Former members say rules regarding moral conduct were not applied equally This is the second article in a...