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    Viking Voices: What relationship is most important to you and why?

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    Western Partners With Nonprofit to Battle Food Insecurity

    Freshman Jared Edwards hands his card to student employee Li Hill to be swiped for lunch at Fairhaven Dining Hall on...

    New STEM facility secures $10 million gift, names building in honor

    By Audra Anderson Western Foundation’s $20 million fundraising campaign, dedicated to the construction of a new STEM building, collected...

    Opinion: Movie theaters are becoming elitist

    // Illustration by Audra Anderson By Emily Erskine Picture this, it’s 1975 and the newest Steven Spielberg movie just hit the theaters. It’s a Friday night...

    Assessing safety in the wake of a hate crime

    Police call boxes are located around campus. // Photo by Audra Anderson By Audra Anderson Campus safety has been under scrutiny since the recent racist and...

    Sasquatch is safe in the woods of Whatcom County

    Illustration by Audra Anderson By Grace McCarthy Jeffrey Meldrum never paid much attention to Bigfoot folklore, that is, until the Idaho State University anatomy and anthropology...

    New cat cafe provides space for humans, felines to relax

    NEKO offers a unique experience, Owner Caitlin Unsell said. // Photo courtesy of NEKO: A Cat Cafe in Seattle

    Death Cab For Cutie and Odesza will co-headline a benefit concert in Bellingham

    Illustration by Shannon DeLurio By Audra Anderson Death Cab for Cutie and ODESZA, two bands comprised...

    AS VP Candidates speak at forum for election closing Wednesday evening

    Candidates take their seats at the beginning of the forum on Monday, Feb. 25. // Photo by Audra Anderson

    Ocean of opportunity for reducing waste with new bills

    Illustration by Cole Sandhofer By Audra Anderson Washington waters may soon be cleaner as two...

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