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The Social Justice and Equity Committee will oversee faculty anti-racism training for winter 2021

Western Faculty Senate planned its first steps on Black Student Organization demands. Western’s Faculty Senate discussed...

COVID-19 disrupts Western’s proposed 2021 budget

Western Trustees approve budget cuts for FY 20-’21. First-year enrollment is down by 20% as of...

Western’s classes will remain mostly remote for winter quarter

Western’s campus will remain at the same levels of face-to-face instruction for winter quarter. //Photo By: Bella Coronado

Voting made easy through campus resources for Election Day

One of two ballot drop boxes is located in front of Wade King Student Recreation Center and remains open until 8...

Thousands gather for solidarity rally in Maritime Heritage Park

Demonstrators hold up signs while listening to speakers at Maritime Heritage Park// Photo by Claudia Cooper By...

Stay-at-home order inspires student creativity

Artist Cat Lane set up a workspace in a corner of her Bellingham home. // Photo by Cat Lane.

Local businesses told to move, lot on North State Street sold to Seattle-based company

By Hailey Jostmeyer Tucked away on the side of North State Street rests The HUB Community Bike Shop — but not for long. Kyle Morris,...

Virtual reality now a reality at Western

By: Dawson Finley   Immersing oneself in a fabricated world that feels real is no longer just an idea of the future. Virtual reality seminars have...

Let them eat cake

By Abby Owen   Within feet of one another, desserts compete for the attention of sweets-lovers in downtown Bellingham on Cornwall Avenue. Pure Bliss Desserts and Chocolate...

Hikers trek Oyster Dome to raise awareness of deforestation

In an effort to save Blanchard Mountain from deforestation, about 40 community members and a camera crew hiked to Oyster Dome Sunday, Jan. 16. Footage...
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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.