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Whirlwind elections: AS candidates say connections mattered

Students were concerned about preferential treatment and unfairness during Associated Students election proceedings  This is the third in...

Health Department updates COVID-19 employer task force

The Public Health Advisory Board discussed updates for community safety and next year’s budget on July 2

Bellingham YMCA reopened this week.

The downtown Bellingham athletic club was one of the first to welcome members or guests back and provide physical training...

Whirlwind elections: AS timing rules repeatedly broken

A main complaint from candidates about this year’s AS general elections was that timing rules were not followed

Student internships changing due to COVID-19

Shutdowns drastically shifted educational plans By Shannon Steffens Haley Cable, fourth-year student...

Whirlwind elections: Uncertainty over endorsements leads to AS election controversy at WWU

2020 AS general elections for Western student representatives fraught with accusations of election code violations, preferential treatment

Fall 2020: what will WWU housing look like?

Students ponder concerns over fall housing An upwards view of the open windows outside of Buchanan Towers...

Celebrating Pride among COVID-19, protests

Students and experts reflect on 2020’s historic Pride month Marsha P. Johnson was a Black...

Telling WWU’s COVID-19 story

A project started by Western’s Library and Archives aims to preserve the experiences of students and faculty during the pandemic

Running isn’t just for fitness pros

Runners at Western from many health backgrounds and activity styles say to get moving By Mazey Servin...