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Local band releasing album amidst live venue closures

Gallows Hymn is recording new music in spite of lack of live shows By Jacob Kerst Gallows Hymn, a local band founded by Western alumni, is...

Storied history drive Whatcom county’s biggest rivalries

Lynden-Lynden Christian, Western-Central highlight biggest rivalries in Whatcom County By Jordan Stone Fans putting cow manure under the opposing team’s bench; fish guts under the bench...

One heck of a crew

Western women’s crew has won eight national titles since 2005, including 7 straight from 2005-2011 By Jordan Stone For a rower, there is no feeling like...

Western opts out of winter basketball season

Men’s, women’s teams won’t participate in conference play By Jordan Stone Western Washington University has elected not to play in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference 2020-21...

The last dance of Western football

Chronicling the last days of the Western football program By Jordan Stone A blindside hit in football is when you are tackled, and you don’t see...

Best sports memories from notable Bellingham figures

Stanford’s David Shaw, others recall favorite Bellingham moments. By Jordan Stone Bellingham is not known as a sports town.  While it has had its...

Ski to sea tradition broken after 46 straight years

The beloved Whatcom County race has been canceled amid COVID-19. By Jordan Stone After 46 straight years of competition, the Memorial Day weekend Ski to...

Joe Martin Stadium enjoys rich history in Bellingham

Even without its usual occupants the Bells, Joe Martin Field stands tall as Bellingham sports monument. By Jordan Stone Joe Martin Stadium has sat on its...

Former Western Women’s Basketball Star Relishes Time in NBA Bubble

Lexie Bland has been working inside the NBA bubble this summer. By Jordan Stone Lebron James. Jimmy Butler. Damien Lillard. Lexie Bland. Those are a...

Thousands gather for solidarity rally in Maritime Heritage Park

By Izzie Lund Demonstrators gathered in Maritime Heritage Park on Saturday, June 6 to attend a solidarity rally to support people of color after...
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Potential campus return for Western students fall 2021

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