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Athletics travel budget: still a costly game

In the program’s last season in 2008, Western was spending a quarter of a million dollars on football travel alone, Steve Card, Western’s former Associate...

Western athletics more reliant on student fees over the last decade

Quarterback Adam Perry holds Western records for passing yards and completions. // Photo courtesy of WWU Athletics By Dante Koplowitz-Fleming On a Saturday in late October...

Following in her father’s footsteps

By Tyler Urke   Even though they’d lived together her whole life, Hannah Stipanovich didn’t realize who her dad was until she was in grade school. A...

Women speak out about harassment in the rec center

By Tyler Urke The percentage of women using the weight room in the Wade King Student Recreation Center has tripled in the last five to...

Viking men win 4th straight behind Deandre Dickson’s 17 points

By Tyler Urke   It wasn’t pretty, but the Western men’s basketball team escaped with a 66-56 win over University of Alaska Anchorage, Thursday, Feb. 15,...

Viking women rout Saint Martin’s for 4th straight win

By Tyler Urke   The Western women’s basketball team played with a sense of urgency against Saint Martin’s University Thursday, Feb. 8. “I thought we played a...

Western men run roughshod over Simon Fraser

By Tyler Urke   At the 10-minute mark of the first half against Simon Fraser University, senior forward Deandre Dickson took out his gold nose ring...

Fallen men’s rugby player honored on Saturday

By Tyler Urke   Tears, hugs and smiles marked the rugby pitch at Robert S. Harrington Field this weekend as the Vikings commemorated a fallen warrior. The...

Viking men snap losing streak with 95-84 road win

By Tyler Urke   There wasn’t a shot sophomore forward Daulton Hommes didn’t like against Northwest Nazarene University as the starter shot a scalding 70 percent...

Rugby walk-on becomes the star

By Tyler Urke   In September 2014, Noah Hanks wasn’t ready to give up on his soccer dreams. He came to Western with aspirations of walking...
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