By Monique Merrill
With reporting help from: Lexi Foldenauer, Dante Koplowitz-Fleming and Raelynn Sheridan
Content warning: this story contains subject matter regarding sexual misconduct.
From 2009 to 2016, 58...
The entrance to Western Washington University’s Counseling Center. // Photo by Kevin LakeEvery day, he thought about death. But the image of his own — always on his mind — terrified him. More than death, senior Michael Ajeto feared himself.Ajeto, at his lowest, could never be certain just how far the depression might drive him, he said. He never attempted suicide, but the possibility always lingered on the heels of a bad day.“I would have a bad day and think, ‘Man, I just want to check out’ or ‘
Sophomore Celine Gross, an english literature major has recently been watching "Bob's Burgers" on Netflix.
Q: How did you get introduced to the show?
A: I actually used to think it was stupid, but my friend told me it was really funny and that I have to watch it.
Q: What do you like about the show?
A: I like that the...