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WWU police release photo of The Outback’s John Doe

University Police released a photo found of the unidentified man who died by suicide near Buchanan Towers on March 5 in...

National qualifier Aliyah Dawkins reflects on breakthroughs and canceled championships

National qualifying track & field athlete Aliyah Dawkins was one of many student athletes to experience season cancellations due to COVID-19.//...

WWU Clubs continue in community despite social distance

By Bella Coronado Spring is an important time for clubs to host outdoor events,...

Stay-at-home order inspires student creativity

Artist Cat Lane set up a workspace in a corner of her Bellingham home. // Photo by Cat Lane.

WWU creates Student Emergency Fund in response to COVID-19

An interactive map of where donations to the relief fund are from. Washington has contributed the most...

Western admissions hosts digital tours spring quarter

Director of admissions, Cezar Mesquita, admissions counselor, Robert Stolzberg, director of New Student Services, Ronna Biggs, assistant director of Academic Advising,...

Writer collaborates with cast and crew of play to revise script

The cast and crew of "Mad About You" // Photo by Eliane Rodriguez By Emily Bishop

Western cancels all study abroad trips through summer

Students’ summer plans to study abroad are cancelled and causing them to rethink what their next few months will look like....

Western students are getting innovative when finding ways to stay active during quarantine

Due to the temporary closures of gyms and studios, people are finding new ways to workout at home. // Illustration by...

Western’s essential student workers speak out

Western tour guides for the 2019-20 school year are currently working from home. // Courtesy of Diana Feinson