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Therapy through the arts

By Laurel Messenger Hula hoop in hand, Claire Arbogast is ready to heal the world through the arts. As a junior, she created an independent study...

Club Spotlight: African Caribbean Club and Black Student Union collaboration

By Laurel Messenger Life presents itself with many challenges and one of these can be discovering one's identity. There are two clubs at Western ready to help...

Off to a different adventure after 16 years at Western

By Laurel Messenger Laura Carney’s passion to teach and form connections created a ripple effect on Western and international students from Japan. Although her time at Western...

What’s good: Leaf and Ladle

Every Monday this quarter, a Western Front reporter will tell you what’s good in Bellingham. By Laurel Messenger Over the last few weeks, my friends and...

Equestrian Club: Horses of a different color

By Laurel Messenger   The lottery comes first, then the show begins. This is how the riders get assigned their horse for competition. For the Western...

AS Board decides not to fill vacant VP seat after Ramirez steps down

By Laurel Messenger The Associated Students Board of Directors announced they will not be filling the AS vice president for governmental affairs position that is...

Figure skating club to host Skate Night at Sportsplex on Saturday

By Laurel Messenger   Ice, skates, action. The Western Figure Skating Club is excited and ready for their 2018 season to begin. Just because their season...

Advocates protest city’s MLK Day celebration

By Max Brunt Local advocacy groups protested the City of Bellingham’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration on Monday, claiming the city was celebrating...

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Seeking workforce diversity, Bellingham School District creates new position

A new director role in the school district gives hope for equitable change.  

Two Bellingham residents receive Outstanding Graduate title

Ina LaGrandeur and Julie McElroy stood out in their studies at WWU By Shannon Steffens

Post-apocalyptic movies: morbid fascination or healthy coping mechanism?

With the pandemic taking a toll on the country, people are resorting to more virtual ways of entertainment

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.

Lake Whatcom protected for another 4 years

The Lake Whatcom Management Program has been extended to protect the lake and surrounding watershed.