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Asian giant hornet trapping predicted to continue in 2021

Ted McFall’s hives are located in Custer, Washington. Each box can contain up to 60,000 bees. Courtesy photo by Ted...

What it takes to live on wheels

Freedom Vans employees work on three conversions at the Freedom Vans garage in Bellingham. A full build can take anywhere...

Zuanich Point Park holds weekly drum circle led by Western Alumnus, Yogoman

Attendees play together during a drum circle at Zuanich Point Park July 21. // Photo by Nick Baca By Nick Baca Along with the sounds of...

YMCA plans on moving to Civic Athletic Complex after 75 years at downtown location

A street view of the Whatcom Family YMCA at 1256 N State St. // Photo by Nick Baca By Nick Baca Whether it be swimming, health...

Stemma Brewing Company opens in Bellingham

Zoe Hayes, a Stemma bartender, prepares 32 ounce cans called crowlers, which are ordered to go at Stemma Brewing Co. on July 10. //...

Increased inspections to protect lakes

Kayak on the shores of Lake Whatcom post invasive species check on July 3 // Photo by Nick Baca By. Nick Baca The Whatcom County Aquatic...

Fircreek counselor fired for sexuality

Jace Taylor speaks on stage at the Bellingham Pride Parade July 14. //Photo by Ally Burdett By Nick Baca The message #IStandWithJace was seen flying over...

Students tell stories through Vitality art

Vitality, according to Merriam-Webster, is a lively or energetic quality or the power to continue living.  At BRAVE’s Vitality Art Show, that definition was...

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Western faces rise in deferred enrollment

COVID-19 causing students to question the value of online education. A photo...

Western’s Outdoor Center providing what they can for students

During the summer, Crandall said he worked on transitioning the Outdoor Center’s Western Outdoor Orientation Trips to an online format.

Winter months pose risks for public health, business in Washington

COVID-19 cases expected to rise. A graph that depicts the current rise in COVID-19...

Alum’s award-winning play performed over livestream by theatre arts department

The play, “how to clean your room (and remember all your trauma),” was written by Western alum J. Chavez

For LGBTQ+ students, help comes at an important time

From housing to virtual lectures, student and faculty-led programming takes a new face in the 2020 school year.