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Period products for the future

Reusable menstrual items don’t only help us be eco-friendly, they can change lives By Winnie Killingsworth Period. This word can mean the punctuation at the end of...

Gospel artist shares musical, cultural traditions with Western choirs

Trey McLaughlin workshops address culture, style, what it means to be a musician  By Olivia Palmer Smiling faces and musical harmonies emanated from Zoom screens last...

GameStop stock surges thanks to Reddit

GameStop experiences unprecedented stock growth By Cole Mumper Wall Street is often associated with elitism, the 1% and big business, where the rest of the population...

Sustainability, self-care while surviving COVID-19

Sustainability during the COVID-19 pandemic looks different than one might think By Winnie Killingsworth Take a deep breath in and slowly let it out. Feeling more relaxed?...

Sustainable farming, food insecurity at Western

The Outback Farm works to meet student food needs in a sustainable way at Western Washington University By Winnie Killingsworth Welcome to The Outback.  For some, this...

Painted rocks in hiding across Whatcom County

Residents have a secret community of painted rocks that are scattered, both big and small By Madison Roper Dubbed as “Bellingham’s unofficial billboard'' by residents, there...

More houses does not mean less houseless

As new construction soars across Bellingham, the local housing crisis remains unsolved By Forrest Morris As homes go up, vacancies continue going down.  Despite new multi-family units...

Whatcom Museum adapts to lockdowns

Both gallery buildings open by offering private self-guided tours By Jacob Kerst The Whatcom Museum is offering private, self-guided tours after being closed for almost a...

Second-year student studies abroad amid pandemic

Shadia Amir is learning new lessons of flexibility and resilience as she continues her studies in Thailand By Olivia Palmer A month into winter quarter, most...

Bellingham artists find creative silver lining despite pandemic

COVID-19 restrictions inspire local creators and organizations’ work instead of breaking spirits By Sophia Struna When COVID-19 locked the world down last March, Conor O’Keefe turned...
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