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More houses does not mean less houseless

As new construction soars across Bellingham, the local housing crisis remains unsolved By Forrest Morris As homes go up, vacancies continue going down.  Despite new multi-family units...

Fairhaven Commons dining hours reduced

Decision to limit meals to only dinner sparks food accessibility concern among students By Sophia Pappalau  Fairhaven Complex residents were left with reduced dining options after...

Playing through the pandemic: More than just entertainment

How quarantine has influenced the gaming behaviors of Western students By Cole Mumper On March 10, 2020, Western Washington University canceled all in-person classes as Whatcom...

Amazon not only safe option for holiday shopping

Support local businesses to preserve richness of Bellingham community By Sadie Fick Last December, shoppers entering a store were greeted by decorated evergreens, holiday music and...

Work on changing systems instead of yourself

By Sadie Fick There’s a reason the wealthiest countries and people in the world contribute the most to climate change. Every modern convenience, from flying home...

Save money and the planet by air-drying clothes

Options for indoor drying systems include drying racks, pre-bought clotheslines or more DIY options By Sadie Fick Between the cost of organic bulk food, sustainable fashion,...

Caring for houseplants: A way to cope this winter

Horticultural therapy uses activities like planting seeds, harvesting tomatoes or tending houseplants to help people work toward a variety of goals.  By Sadie Fick The onset...

Telehealth counseling: A silver lining to COVID-19

By Sadie Fick There’s been a lot of supposed upsides to this pandemic. Can’t go out with friends? Now you have time to scrub the shower...

No results on election night? That’s actually normal

Rally against interference or accept delayed results but don’t buy into fears about illegitimacy By Sadie Fick 2020 has been a historic year in many ways.  The...

Muting mics not the solution to disruptive debates

The discussion over muting microphones affected the Washington gubernatorial debate. By Sadie Fick 128. By one count, this is how many times President Donald Trump interrupted...
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Potential campus return for Western students fall 2021

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