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Western lays off all RAs and apartment advisers

This article was amended on April 1, 2020, to reflect a change of language. Washington’s Employment Security Department (along with several of...

Western suspends in-person classes for duration of spring quarter 

SARS-CoV-2: The virus behind the behind the COVID-19 disease. // Illustration by Katie Linton, adapted from CDC public domain illustration

First WWU Student tests positive

A microscopic view of the virus SARS-COV-2, which causes the respiratory illness COVID-19. // Photo courtesy the Centers for Disease Control...

WWU prepares quarantine dorm spaces

An email sent to residents Friday, March 13 says that Stack One, a semi-detached tower of suites, was chosen because it has easy access to the outside and that they hoped to have current residents out by the second week of spring quarter.

Winter 2020 commencement canceled

The commencement crowd at Western on Dec. 14, 2019. // Photo courtesy of Dan Levine By Naileah Abarca

Board of trustees looks to expand Waterfront District to tenants

By Ashlyn Farnworth At the Feb. 14 board of trustees meeting, members discussed the future of the Waterfront Crossing...

Future WWU grads face tough decisions due to four ticket rule

A student's decorated cap from the fall quarter graduation commencement at Western on Dec. 14, 2019. // Photo courtesy of Dan...

Students fight for disability studies

By Andrew Montgomery Students and faculty have made an ongoing effort to create a disability studies program at Western. 

Contesting a parking ticket; not as easy as getting one

Parking tickets pile up for a student who does not have a parking pass. // Photo illustration by Claire Ott

Counseling center asks for student input

Director of Counseling Health and Wellness Sislena Ledbetter showing students an infographic on the various factors that contribute to an individuals...