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College budgets are a balancing act, COVID-19 has added more weight

An unknown return to campus for many students at Western led to the budget of the school taking a big hit By Lauryn Haywood Sounds of...

Dr. Tesla Monson receives grant from the Leakey Foundation for research

Assistant Professor Dr. Tesla Monson received $23,265 from the Leakey Foundation to help with her investigation on cranial variation in colobine primates By Alison Ward A...

Bicycle helmets not required in Bellingham, social justice, infrastructure prioritized

Helmet criminalization found to be inequitable, Bellingham sees advantages to no law By Sophia Struna Twenty-six cities and counties in Washington state have a helmet law...

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen hosts COVID-19 vaccine rollout town hall

Larsen, Department of Health say everyone 16 and up can be vaccinated starting April 15 By Kyle Tubbs On the same day Western Washington University alerted...

Local artist finds passion in cremation creations

Carrie Berg creates resin crafts using the ashes of customer’s loved ones Content Warning: This article contains language that may be triggering or traumatizing to...

Tiny house village expects to open in Bellingham

Gardenview village in service to unsheltered residents By Adela Cruz The City of Bellingham announced a partnership with a local agency, Road2Home, and service provider, Low...

BIPOC in mental health services: a missing piece in Bellingham

The need for BIPOC within mental health services is greater now more than ever! With a diverse population in these fields, Western students can...

$30,000 goes to water quality research on the Nooksack River

David Hooper’s research team is using the grant money to explore links between policy and riparian restoration for nutrient retention in the Nooksack River...

After decades of uncertainty, Nooksack Tribe and Lummi Nation aim to finalize water rights in Whatcom County

Legal adjudication process could take decades; some farmers worry about impact on water access By Cliff Heberden The Lummi Nation and Nooksack Tribe have partnered to...

For the second time, a cryptic manuscript with strange symbols, drawings and swastikas was dropped off at Viking Union

Around 8:30 Friday morning, a man in a dark hoodie and a medical mask walked through the doors of the Viking Union and dropped off a handwritten, roughly 40-page manuscript filled with strings of numbers, symbols, drawings, references to science fiction and multiple swastikas. It was not the first time that’s happened.
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