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Bore-intined? Why to stay in, and what to do

A Board of Health quarantine poster warns that the premises are contaminated by smallpox. // Image courtesy National Library of Medicine

Working in a Disney wonderland

Madi Henry outside of the Magic Carpets of Aladdin ride, which is where she worked. // Photo courtesy of Madi Henry

Western professor puts on art exhibition in Pioneer Square

By Kiahna White-Alcain METHOD gallery in Pioneer Square is currently showcasing a solo exhibition created by Ryan Kelly, an...

Dressing smart: success built in threads

A “Be Kind” button pinned on the jacket of one of the looks Castillo put together from clothes donated to the...

“Extremely Wicked, Shocking Evil and Vile”

Illustration by Shannon DeLurio By Kiahna White-Alcain 30 confessions. 7 states. 4 years of crime. 4 tapes, and now, one highly anticipated, crime thrilling film. “Extremely...

Sports Roundup: Men’s track wins GNAC Championships

Illustration by Shannon DeLurio By Kiahna White-Alcain Women's Rowing The women’s rowing team traveled to Redwood City, California on Saturday, May 11 to compete against Stanford...

Local knits collar for Justice Ginsburg

Eowyn Savela wears the lace collar knitted for Justice Ginsburg. // Photo courtesy of Riveters Collective By Kiahna White-Alcain For Eowyn Savela, president of the women’s...
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Two Bellingham residents receive Outstanding Graduate title

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Local roller derby league leaves the bruises at home and rolls with the pandemic.

The local roller derby league has started a weekly event that follows current mask and distancing guidelines.