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GRE offered online until June 30

GRE Study Materials. // Photo by Sophia Galvez By Sophia Galvez The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE),...

Western’s Office of Sustainability connects Western staff, students to local farms

Various items found in one of Boldly Grown Farm’s produce boxes. // Photo courtesy of Amy Frye By...

Western becomes first university in U.S. to offer palliative care minor

Western’s main campus is adding a new palliative care minor starting fall quarter. // Photo by Sophia Galvez

Spring student art exhibit postponed

Bachelors of Fine Art student exhibit postponed until Sept. 23 The Bachelors of Fine...

Western suspends study abroad

A girl looking at a photo of Greece on her laptop. Due to the pandemic, Western has cancelled all summer abroad...

Hands-on learning in a virtual environment

A sign outside the Performing Arts Center announces the closure of the building until further notice. The sign is one of...

Roundup: Women’s soccer takes regular season GNAC championship

WWU forward Estera Levinte races for the ball against two players from Northwest Nazarene on Saturday, Nov. 2. // Photo by Ian Haupt By Wilson...

Men’s and Women’s XC Win GNAC Championship

The WWU Cross Country Team // Photo courtesy of the Jenna Martin By Jordan Shepherd Western’s men’s and women’s cross country teams ran away with a...

Men’s and Women’s XC Run Away With a Pair Of Second Place Trophies

The Western men’s cross country team starts off the 10k WWU Cross Country Classic at the Sudden Valley Golf Course on Saturday, Oct. 12....

Anti-harassment petition overturned in district court

The Western Front By Sophia Galvez Hans Erchinger-Davis, the Executive Director of the Lighthouse Mission Ministries of Whatcom County filed an anti-harassment petition against Mark Stidham,...
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Bellingham, Western’s historical response to health crises

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Seeking workforce diversity, Bellingham School District creates new position

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Two Bellingham residents receive Outstanding Graduate title

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Local roller derby league leaves the bruises at home and rolls with the pandemic.

The local roller derby league has started a weekly event that follows current mask and distancing guidelines.