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Western suffers $11 million loss due to remote quarter

 Losses attributed to reduction in student residents, state funding By Connor Benintendi and Kenneth Duncan A graduation cap, money, a clock, and a calendar...

CARES grant funding awarded to students across nation

By Kenneth Duncan For students across the world, campus shutdowns have resulted in interruptions to education and a transition to online schooling. But for Western...

New, current students consider attendance at Western

By Kenneth Duncan With a remote spring quarter and an uncertain future for fall, both current students and first-year attendees are considering how COVID-19 will...

Viking Voices: What do you enjoy about quarantine?

By Kenneth Duncan Max Stewart Third-Year Biology Major “The obvious one for me is I missed my dogs and my cats. I have one that lives in my...

Western’s largest classes transition into remote quarter

By Kenneth Duncan Environmental Studies: A Scientific Approach instructor Eli Loomis said that remote learning has made it difficult to determine the pace of the...

Work study student’s shift of responsibilities during remote quarter

Spring 2020 quarter has changed how both work study students and supervisors meet their financial and employment responsibilities By Kenneth Duncan Western’s shift to a remote...

Defining family poses housing barriers

By Kenneth Duncan Washington state representatives are currently considering a bill that would prohibit local governments across the state from limiting the number of unrelated...

Herald parent company files bankruptcy

By Kenneth Dunkan The McClatchy Company, owner of over 30 newsrooms across the United States including the Bellingham Herald, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on...

City’s first climate manager

By Kenneth Duncan The city of Bellingham has hired its first climate and energy manager in an effort to expand and achieve the climate...

Senate bill would restore right to vote for thousands of prior felons

By Kenneth Duncan Democrats in Washington’s senate have introduced a bill that would automatically restore voting rights to thousands of people convicted of...
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College budgets are a balancing act, COVID-19 has added more weight

An unknown return to campus for many students at Western led to the budget of the school taking a...