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    Winter 2020 commencement canceled

    The commencement crowd at Western on Dec. 14, 2019. // Photo courtesy of Dan Levine By Naileah Abarca

    Future WWU grads face tough decisions due to four ticket rule

    A student's decorated cap from the fall quarter graduation commencement at Western on Dec. 14, 2019. // Photo courtesy of Dan...

    Nothing is better than free.99

    A Western student poses with their passport in the Communications Facility. // Photo illustration by Claire Ott. By Naileah...

    Western’s new resource for off-campus housing

    A poster displayed in the office of Julia Burns. // Photo by Ella Banken. By Naileah Abarca

    Dogs join in on the fun with ‘Howl-o-ween’ parade

    Attendees walk their dogs at the First Annual Howl-o-ween Dog Parade on Sunday, Oct. 27 // Photo by Garrett Rahn By Naileah Abarca A festive crowd...

    Local taphouse celebrates second anniversary

    Band members, from left, Sonny Lowe, Lars OConnor and Bert Loeffler of “Lefty in the Right Hand Band” perform during the Goods Second Annual...

    Annual Art Walk continues to showcase local talent

    Elizabeth Ahlem Clark next to her watercolor art at Collecting Colorways on Friday, Oct. 4 // Photo by Naileah Abarca By Naileah Abarca Blue lights wrapped...

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