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Associated Students general election decides new executive board, passes two referendums with 15.1% voter turnout

Photo by Emily Porter By Colin Murphy The general elections for the Associated Students concluded Friday, May 3, voting in the new AS Executive Board for...

Alaska ferry route closure could cost community

Columbia, a ferry that travels between Bellingham and Alaska, sits in the Bellingham Ferry Terminal in Fairhaven on April 5, 2019. // Photo by...

Faculty Senate discusses use of racial slurs

Photo by Esther Chong By Colin Murphy On Monday, April 8, Western’s Faculty Senate addressed the use of racial slurs in the classroom and its relation...

Seattle pianist captivates audience

Colin Wood performs Erik Satie's "Gnossiennes No. 1-5" in the Firehouse Cafe performing arts space. // Photo by Colin Murphy

Western Gallery held its final concert of the quarter

Melodic notes bounced against walls clad with student-art pieces at  the Western Gallery’s final concert of the year. Artwork of musical, tangible and photographical...

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The Western Front’s response to racial injustice

Changes made to address current violence toward BIPOC, bias in our reporting

Whatcom County officials hold first public meeting on race and equity

Community members share grievances and experiences with Bellingham Police Department Whatcom County officials and community...

Whatcom County Council postpones vote on behavioral health services

Motion is still expected to pass, providing crucial programs for students Council members debate postponing...

Bellingham poverty rate predicted to rise.

Unemployment, lack of housing and COVID-19 contributing to countywide struggle.  By Taylor Bayly  A...

Title IX federal regulations go into effect on Aug. 14

How will these changes impact Western’s community? By Ivy Munyon Amidst...