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Health & Wellness

Western’s Office of Sustainability connects Western staff, students to local farms

Various items found in one of Boldly Grown Farm’s produce boxes. // Photo courtesy of Amy Frye By...

Therapists use telehealth amidst pandemic

The empty waiting room of Western’s Counseling Training Clinic. // Courtesy of David Sattler By Benjamin Leung

Online classes affect students’ sleep

Students deal with irregular sleep schedules due to disruptions caused by COVID-19. // Illustration by Rachel Alexander By...

Boating restrictions lift, invasive species concerns remain

Boaters launch their vessel after clearing the aquatic invasive species inspection at Bloedel Donovan Park. // Photo by Kaleigh Carroll

Snacking more while sheltering in place? You aren’t the only one

The chip aisle at Haggen in Fairhaven. // Photo by Makenna Marks By Makenna Marks

Uninsured to suffer the most after the pandemic

Experts say isolation can negatively impact mental health, but not everyone has access to services they may need. // Illustration by...

Student Health Center to offer in-person physical evaluations

The Student Health Center on the north end of Western’s campus has been supporting students virtually. // Photo by Ella Banken

LGBTQ+ Western events provide support for students

Campus organization brings their events to students online LGBTQ+ Western is holding virtual workshops featuring...

SAIRC provides student support

Campus organization puts on digital events and resources spring quarter A display of the AS...

Addiction recovery programs and services adapt to virtual support

Programs are taking measures to ensure people going through recovery are still provided support despite COVID-19