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Spring welcomes the return of the Farmers Market

Mayor Kelli Linville gives speech to crowd before her last cabbage toss as Mayor of Bellingham at the Bellingham Farmers Market April 6, 2019....

Western’s first Black student, Alma Clark

By Alisha Dixon On January 29, 1906, Alma Clark, Western’s first Black student, arrived on campus. Clark came to...

Reflections on the 2019 Grammys

Photo from Getty Images By Alisha Dixon The Grammys have always held a special place in...

Anna Schwecke’s all smiles about her time in the Northwest

Anna Schwecke gets her teammates pumped up in the pregame introductions. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin By Alisha Dixon

Concerts in and around Bellingham this winter

By Alisha Dixon Concerts are one of my favorite past times outside of school. Catching a show in Seattle...

Western student teaches physics through poetry

By Alisha Dixon At the age of 14, Sanai Anang had an idea. He was passionate about the worlds described in movies, anime series and...

Proud of their sound

To passersby, muffled music emanating from the basement of The Mind Palace is a sign that a band practice is in session. The house,...
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State school students plan for fall quarter

As Western takes a hybrid approach to classes, the university considers social distancing measures, cleaning, and...

Fall quarter uncertainty affects registration decisions

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Plays4Us prepared for unusual spring quarter shows

The Plays4Us logo advertising the 10 minute play festival held each quarter. // Graphic by Clara King By...

Snacking more while sheltering in place? You aren’t the only one

The chip aisle at Haggen in Fairhaven. // Photo by Makenna Marks By Makenna Marks

Local vigil, march for George Floyd draws hundreds, shows solidarity

By Olivia Hobson, Drew Jelinek and Kyle Tubbs A circle of listeners slowly gathered...