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Cabbage toss throws spring into full swing

To mark the beginning of the Bellingham Farmers Market’s 24th annual spring season, Mayor Kelli Linville conducted the traditional opening day cabbage toss in...

TEDx returns

Australian snakes and attitudes toward technology are among the lineup of 13 student-chosen speakers who will showcase their ideas at Western’s second TEDxWWU event. TEDxWWU...

Western Alumni Association opens office in Downtown Bellingham

Western Washington University’s Alumni Association and Foundation will be opening a new location on Friday, June 19, in the Bellingham Herald building downtown. The new...

Washington State Legislature reviews sexual assault procedures and resources

Sexual assault procedures and resources on Western Washington University’s campus are under inspection as new measures proposed by the Washington State Legislature. The measures...

Pedaling for a purpose

The second floor of the Wade King Student Recreation Center is a place that’s all about expending energy. But Sean Petersmark, junior and business...

Western drafts new parking plan

A new plan to improve parking on Western’s campus could raise the cost of student permits. The plan's current draft highlights the primary goal of...

An evening of brains and brews

Behavioral neuroscience instructor Blair Duncan will bring beer and brains together at her lecture “Epigenetics: How Experience Changes Your Genes,” at 7 p.m. on...

WWU police address indecent exposures

Last quarter, multiple Western Alerts were sent out reporting incidents of indecent exposure on and around campus. Although three notifications involving indecent exposure have...

Rep. Larsen speaks at Western

Rep. Rick Larsen, D-Everett, hosted a well-attended town-hall discussion on Western’s campus Thursday, April 2. Students and community members gathered to discuss local and national...
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