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Viking Band’s got spirit, how ’bout you?

Christian Lathrom keeps the tempo for the band that way everyone's movement can be perfectly synchronized on Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020...

We’re hiring for Winter 2020

Hi folks, My name is Mallory Biggar and I’ll be the editor-in-chief for The Western Front this upcoming winter quarter! While I am absolutely stoked,...

Changes to Lake Samish ‘no wake zone’ cause concern

By Melody Kazel  Residents of Lake Samish are concerned about safety on the lake, though their definitions of what safety looks like differ. On June 4,...

Former and current Western students file lawsuit against Western for allegedly violating Public Records Act

Student journalists Erasmus Baxter and Julia Furukawa held a press conference on May 30 explaining the lawsuit along with Mike Hiestand, senior legal counsel...

HomesNOW! hosts community build for first satellite room at Safe Haven

Volunteers hoist the first wall into place during the tiny home build event at Safe Haven May 11, 2019. // Photo by Zack Jimenez By...

“Lies Feminists Tell” event is met with counter event

Photo by Mallory Biggar By Mallory Biggar The long-awaited event “Lies Feminists Tell,” drew over 150 people to the Communications Facility on May 9, many of...

HomesNOW! to build their first tiny home at Safe Haven

A "Homes Now Not Later" sign sits on a pile of pallets at SafeHaven on May 6, 2019. // Photo by Zack Jimenez By Mallory...

AS Board hears proposals for Blue Resource Center, advisory committee for food and housing insecurity

By Mallory Biggar and Lauren Gallup On April 26, the Associated Students Executive Board heard proposals to create a Blue Resource Center and an advisory...

Pro-life speaker event will be met with protest

Illustration by Cole Sandhofer By Mallory Biggar Students for Life of America, an organization with a chapter at Western, is hosting the speaker event  “Lies Feminists...

City approves Safe Haven permit, HomesNOW! tent encampment will operate for 90 days starting April 3

Charlie Storr (Photo by Mallory Biggar) By Mallory Biggar The City of Bellingham has approved a...
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Local roller derby league leaves the bruises at home and rolls with the pandemic.

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Western offers free food to students during pandemic.

A pop-up pantry is open at the Viking Union Thursdays from 12-2 p.m. for students to pick up non-perishables and...

Washington experts work with Whatcom helpers against shellfish poisoning

County and state health departments, Lummi Tribe and others monitor local waters to protect shellfish eaters from paralytic shellfish poisoning