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What deans do, why you need to know

By Ana Soltero As college students, the order of administrative hierarchy at school is not often considered. The main focus is graduating on time and...

Food access through community

By Ana Soltero Tucked in between Fairhaven Dorms and Buchanan Towers is a five acre, student-run farm where students, faculty and local organization representatives...

After 6 years, $195,000 spent, Donald Judd’s “Untitled 1982” once again graces south campus

Donald Judd's sculpture "Untitled 1982" in its new location on south campus on Wednesday, Oct. 30. // Photo by Ana Soltero By Ana Soltero Donald Judd’s...

NASA awards Western $302,000 contract

From left, Mike Kraft, Kristiana Lapo and Melissa Rice pose next to the goniometer on Tuesday, Oct. 29. // Photo by Claire Ott By Ana...

Center offers career guidance to students

A table and board filled with Career Services Center information on Wednesday, Oct. 16. // Photo by Ana Soltero By Ana Soltero Laughter, enthusiastic conversation and...

Music faculty appoints department chair

Patrick Roulet plays the djemble in his office on Oct. 1. Roulet grew up watching his dad, a jazz drummer, perform. // Photo by...

Ethnic Student Center moves into new Multicultural Center

The new board in the the Ethnic Student Center on Sunday, Sept. 29. It gives information about founding clubs and added its final club,...

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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.