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Western’s Resident Hall Reuse Program: a sustainable move-in option

Student-led program provides Western students with free recycled dorm necessities, increasing sustainability and decreasing waste By Hannah Cross Western Washington University students struggling to find new...

New survey finds over half of Bellingham residents believe homelessness is biggest issue in community

Survey by Western's Center for Economic and Business Research lists housing affordability as second biggest By Riley Young A 2020 survey revealed 57% of Bellingham residents...

February is H.O.M.E. month: what students should know

H.O.M.E. will serve as a virtual series that gathers local resources and organizations to help students with their housing and roommate search By Hannah Cross  In...

Pandemic rental assistance: more than moratorium

Eviction moratorium extension and other Bellingham resources help student tenants with rental assistance By Hannah Cross Living on your own as a college student can be...

Study abroad — from home?

Western Washington University students explore virtual global programs amid the COVID-19 pandemic By Olivia Palmer For many students, the COVID-19 pandemic has meant canceling study abroad...

NEWS BRIEF: Protests and calls for action as large numbers remain without shelter

Groups of protestors block camp displacement; small number enter city hall By Silvia Leija, Faith Owens and Riley Young This is a story about an ongoing...

What it takes to live on wheels

Van life, the minimalist lifestyle, makes a home in Bellingham. By Nick Baca As classrooms and offices transition toward remote workspaces, some still have the...

Legislature addresses high cost of insulin

By Izzie Lund The Washington state legislature passed four major bills on Wednesday, Feb. 19 that would address the high costs of insulin and other...

Western athletes are FAR – out

Aliyah Dawkins was one of the 16 recipients of the FAR award// Photo courtesy of WWU Athletics   By Maya Anderson This year Western athletics broke a...

Cherry Point industrial zone moratorium extended

The Whatcom County Council Chambers overflowed with environmentalists and union workers during the open hearing concerning the moratorium, Tuesday, July 9. // Photo by...
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Piece(s) of cake

Local bakery serves up sustainability By Caroline Brooks Saltadena Bakery & Cake Shop’s muted pink colors and frosting-scented air isn’t all...