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Health & Wellness

Residents don’t miss Washington’s flavored vape ban

By Teya Heidenreich Washington’s emergency ban on flavored vape products expired Feb. 7, and some Bellingham residents say the...

Western’s free yoga, a mindful experience for all levels

Outdoor Center Yoga instructor Anna Horejsi in the pose "Reverse Warrior". // Photo by Cierra Coppock By Cierra...

Disability access through snow

Luke LeClair (middle), AS Disability Outreach Center Advocacy Coordinator, and the student senate discuss proposed training program for professors. // Photo...

Women’s Winter Shelter is looking for student interns

By Leora Watson The Civic Stadium Women’s Winter Shelter, operated by Whatcom Homeless Service Center, a department of the...

Bellingham, unemployment, and the reasons behind it

Chante Powell (left) and Lula Piper-Tremain (right) working together at the student business office on Tuesday, Jan. 21. // Photo by Claire...

Women’s march brings reproductive rights to the forefront

People carrying their signs through the town during the Women's March on Saturday, Jan. 18. // Photo by Riley Kankelberg

Animals improve health and mood

By Courtney Scott For people who do not thrive in traditional therapy, animals can be used in place of psychiatrists as a form of “natural...

Max Higbee Center moving to larger location

Members of the Max Higbee Center posing for the camera on Oct. 4, 2018. // Photo courtesy of Kate Whiteside.

Western Partners With Nonprofit to Battle Food Insecurity

Freshman Jared Edwards hands his card to student employee Li Hill to be swiped for lunch at Fairhaven Dining Hall on...

Bellingham plans for 100% renewable energy by 2045

The Encogen Station located in the industrial area of downtown Bellingham on the waterfront on Monday, Nov. 18. // Photo by Merrideth McDowell By Merrideth...