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Advertising in The Western Front and Western Weekend is an excellent way to reach WWU’s student population of 15,000+ students, as well as WWU’s 2,000+ faculty and staff.

Western Front publications are delivered to more than 50 locations on-campus, as well as 60 locations off-campus in downtown Bellingham, Fairhaven, Sehome, and Lakeway.

We offer black and white or color print advertising in The Western Front as well as complimentary graphic design if needed, to best suit your marketing needs and budget.

Publication Calendars

Fall 2019: Publication Calendar

Winter 2020: Publication Calendar

Western Front Rate and Specs

Western Front 2018-2019 Rates and Specs

Our past special advertising issues can be viewed and downloaded here.

To find out more about upcoming special issues and discounts, get in touch with us!

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wwu.westernfront@gmail.com

(360) 650-3171

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