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Western Intersectional Lobby Day 2024

WWU students lobby for new legislation

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. 



City of Bellingham hosts native plant restoration

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. 



Fairhaven fundraiser brings community closer together

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. 

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OPINION: Amateur Album Reviews: ‘True Blue’

I may not be welcome in my home after this article is published. All three of my roommates love Madonna. Over the past two weeks, we launched into a series of debates – somewhat friendly, more parts fiery – over her music.

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