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Washington attorney general speaks to Western about taking the president to court

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson wasted no time making history when the opportunity arose. Ferguson became the first state attorney general to sue President Donald...

Frontline: Sanctuary city designation in Bellingham vital

By Anna Edlund   Opinions of the Editorial Board   Immigration has always been a hot button issue. This week, it got a hell of a lot hotter. During...

Series of inclusion and equity training sessions to be added for staff

Western’s Campus Inclusion and Equity Forum will hold diversity workshops for staff members this quarter, marking the first implementation of policies created in the...

OPINION: Black Lives Matter

If it wasn’t already apparent after the Ku Klux Klan recently made an appearance at the South Carolina statehouse, racism and hatred in the...

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The Western Front’s response to racial injustice

Changes made to address current violence toward BIPOC, bias in our reporting

Whatcom County officials hold first public meeting on race and equity

Community members share grievances and experiences with Bellingham Police Department Whatcom County officials and community...

Whatcom County Council postpones vote on behavioral health services

Motion is still expected to pass, providing crucial programs for students Council members debate postponing...

Bellingham poverty rate predicted to rise.

Unemployment, lack of housing and COVID-19 contributing to countywide struggle.  By Taylor Bayly  A...

Title IX federal regulations go into effect on Aug. 14

How will these changes impact Western’s community? By Ivy Munyon Amidst...