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Pandemic weakens Bellingham travel industry

In this 2019 file photo, the Alaska Airlines desk stands empty, waiting for flyers. The coronavirus has shaken the airline and...

‘Speak’ author offers ‘Shout’

Laurie Halse Anderson's book tour has been canceled, but her autobiographical poems are a new entry in 'resilience literature' for young...

No basketball regionals. Thanks, COVID-19

Redshirt sophomore Erwin Weary, Jr. puts shots up in an empty Carver Gymnasium. Western’s men’s and women’s basketball teams will end...

WWU prepares quarantine dorm spaces

An email sent to residents Friday, March 13 says that Stack One, a semi-detached tower of suites, was chosen because it has easy access to the outside and that they hoped to have current residents out by the second week of spring quarter.

Campus Closures worry Vendors Row

Students wait in line at Vendors Row in this file photo from April 6, 2017. People in Bellingham and Seattle are...

Whatcom Jail braces for COVID-19

As of March 12, no one with the Whatcom County Jail has been tested for COVID-19, but the corrections department has...

“Wash your hands. Someone else’s life may depend on it”

Letter to the Editor My fellow WWU students, “At least one student is going to...

To prevent COVID-19, stick to the basics

One of the best steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to thoroughly wash your hands. // Photo illustration by...

Winter 2020 commencement canceled

The commencement crowd at Western on Dec. 14, 2019. // Photo courtesy of Dan Levine By Naileah Abarca
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