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It’s time to ditch the Electoral College

This dated model is counter to democracy, creates lopsided representation By Izzie Lund PUBLISHED VERSION: https://bellinghammatters.com/opinion-editorial/its-time-to-ditch-the-electoral-college/This article was produced for Journalism 497B. It may appear...

In Whatcom, the battleground county, Dems. take both district seats

Some say the area’s shifting demographics give Dems. an advantage, others say it’s the strength of their political party People in masks lining up outside...

No results on election night? That’s actually normal

Rally against interference or accept delayed results but don’t buy into fears about illegitimacy By Sadie Fick 2020 has been a historic year in many ways.  The...

Bellingham City Council Passes “Protection Zone”

By Courtney Gullett The protection zone will be centered around the base camp at the Lighthouse Mission.  The Bellingham City Council passed an ordinance during their...

Online classes affect students’ sleep

By Brendan Prior Work hours. Moving back home. Lack of motivation. Due to COVID-19, and according to naturopathic practitioner, Carrie Wine, people have been falling...

New, current students consider attendance at Western

By Kenneth Duncan With a remote spring quarter and an uncertain future for fall, both current students and first-year attendees are considering how COVID-19 will...

‘ASP’s Music News and History’ podcast brings storytelling to the music industry

By Ashtyn Gudgel On April 20, Associated Students AS Productions released a new, weekly podcast called “ASP’s Music News and History” for students and music lovers...

Mental health and the COVID conundrum

By Kaelin Bell and Christopher O’Neill Every day, I wake up and lay in bed, mustering the energy to get up and do just one...

Students question where unused dining dollars are going during COVID-19

By Cameron Sires Western’s dining model is undergoing changes during COVID-19, causing many questions for students, who’ve started to move off campus. Students who purchase a...

COVID-19 impacts students’ search for off-campus housing

By Sienna Boucher Spring is the house-hunting time of year for Western students. Julia Burns of Western’s Off-Campus Housing office, reports that many students have...
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Protesters and counter-protesters gather downtown to argue about police

BPD was not present at the protest about cops By Cliff Heberden, Caroline Brooks and Nicola Wasmuth On Saturday, May 15,...