Do you have a hard time allowing yourself to unwind or relax? You certainly aren’t alone. It can feel impossible to step away from an assignment or to take a break after work before you start your next project.
The Western Gallery on Western Washington University’s campus is giving students a lot to look forward to this winter. With live performances, concerts and discussions surrounding various art forms, the gallery has endless opportunities for students to experience.
October was Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time to shed light on resources and support for survivors. Western Washington University made efforts toward advocacy by pushing for awareness around domestic violence and ensuring students can get the help they need on campus.
After discovering many stewards did not have completed background checks, Bellingham Parks and Recreation Director Nicole Oliver shut down Bellingham’s Park Stewardship program on Oct. 18, 2023.
Rite Aid closed its downtown and Telegraph Road locations in September 2023. Three Bellingham locations on Northwest Avenue, Sunset Drive and Sehome Village remain open.
Wednesday Night Lights defies the norms of mountain biking by embarking on rides in complete darkness. Every Wednesday night during winter, weather permitting, members of Bellingham’s mountain biking community gather on Galbraith Mountain for a ride they’ll never forget.
Bellingham’s annual 5k Turkey Trot kicks off this Saturday, Nov. 18 at 9 a.m. in Squalicum Creek Park, with all net proceeds directly benefiting the Bellingham Food Bank. The cost to sign up is $15 per runner, with an option to make an additional donation to the Bellingham Food Bank.
According to their head coach of almost 20 years, Anacortes High School has never had a basketball player as good as Davis Fogle.
Western Washington University women’s basketball started the season 2-0 after a dominating defensive performance in the Veteran’s Day Classic tournament held at Sam Carver Gymnasium.
I live a bit far off campus, as it happens. It’s often inconvenient to go home in between classes or work, giving me some time to kill on a weekday afternoon.