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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...

New, current students consider attendance at Western

During college admission season, Western is holding virtual tours and Q&A sessions for new and prospective students. // Illustration by Rachel...

Viking Voices: What do you enjoy about quarantine?

By Kenneth Duncan Max Stewart Third-Year Biology Major A...

Western’s largest classes transition into remote quarter

With the shift to a fully online quarter, students and professors are learning how to deal with the transition. Professors are...

Work study student’s shift of responsibilities during remote quarter

Student employee Li Hill swipes cards for lunch at Fairhaven Dining Hall on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019. Student jobs have been...

Defining family poses housing barriers

By Kenneth Duncan Washington state representatives are currently considering a bill that would prohibit local governments across the state...

Herald parent company files bankruptcy

The Herald building in downtown Bellingham on Feb. 25. // Photo by Kenneth Duncan By Kenneth Dunkan

City’s first climate manager

Seth Vidaña, the city of Bellingham's first climate and energy manager, starts his new position Feb. 18. Vidaña is a Western...

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

A ballot drop box on campus located outside of the campus rec center. // Photo by Alix Condit

Bill would limit potency of cannabis concentrate

Staged photo of cannabis concentrate. // Photo illustration by Claire Ott. By Kenneth Duncan Washington...
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