Downtown Bellingham’s Meloy Gallery is currently hosting “Figures and Forms,” an invitational art exhibit based entirely around different ways the human body can be portrayed, with many pieces depicting naked bodies.
As I drove up to Mi Rancho Meat Market for the first time in the early summer of 2023, I saw countless posters and signs, advertising tacos for $1. My initial thought was, how can these tacos be good if they're so cheap?
Washington State University’s Coalition of Academic Student Employees ratified their tentative agreement with administration after going on strike for two hours on all Washington campuses on Jan. 17, 2024.
Western Washington University intramurals hosted a non-traditional Valentine’s Day celebration – a badminton tournament at the Wade King Student Recreation Center on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
On Sunday, Feb. 18, Western Washington University is hosting Western Intersectional Lobby Day for students to meet with legislators and discuss the Associated Students’ Legislative Agenda. Every year, students spend the weekend in Olympia for the event.
The Associated Students Outdoor Center is hosting a beginner Nordic Skiing excursion Feb. 17-19 at Stevens Pass. This particular trip is just one example of opportunities for newbies to develop skills in winter sports and participate in group bonding activities.
In a joint effort to enhance local ecology and engage the community, the City of Bellingham’s Parks and Recreation Department alongside partners Washington Native Plant Society and Whatcom Million Trees Project has organized a native plant restoration and tree planting event at the Galbraith Trailhead on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024.
With rent prices rising in downtown Bellingham, Endgame Bar & Restaurant is being forced to shut down. Endgame, located at 188 W. Holly St., will have its last day on Feb. 24.
On Jan. 18, 2024, Aslan Depot hosted the first premiere of “Liminal,” a snowboarding film featuring Jake Blauvelt, sharing the journey of his injuries and how he persevered through recovery.
Employees at the Forest Street and Cordata Co-op locations have voted in favor of unionization after workers from both stores said they experience “abysmal” pay, limited benefits, and a lack of respect and accommodation from upper management.
On the third floor of the historic Fairhaven Mason Block building, a small room is filled with art. The oak-colored floors are warm with footsteps as people gather, sharing stories and hugs. Megan Velthuizen, a local Bellingham artist, lost all but one of her original art pieces in the Dec. 16, 2023 fire that ravaged the historic Fairhaven Terminal Building.
Mount Baker’s 36th Annual Legendary Banked Slalom will be postponed to 2025, the website announced Thursday, Feb. 1. The heavy decision came after a disappointing snow condition forecast, said Amy Trowbridge, Mount Baker marketing manager.
The Western Washington University women’s softball team improved to 11-0 after their victories against the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2024 at Viking Field in Bellingham, Wash.
Vikings guard Kai Johnson added a SportsCenter Top 10 clip to his impressive stat line in Western Washington University’s away game against Western Oregon University on Feb. 3, 2024.
Have you ever felt dissatisfied with your formal education? That you learned Shakespeare’s first name or memorized the periodic table, but not anything practical?
From students regularly screening their own movies at theaters like the Pickford Film Center to playing at venues like the Karate Church, it is safe to say that creativity runs through the veins of Western Washington University students.