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Western announces hybrid approach to fall quarter

As students return to campus in the fall, most classes will be held remotely with some in-person instruction. // Photo by...

Thrifting at home becomes the new normal

The thrifting culture in Bellingham continues even in a global pandemic. Secondhand and vintage items are accessible online through various platforms...

Local retailers deliver stay-at-home merchandise

By Bella Coronado As businesses across Bellingham have temporarily closed their doors, many local...

Education students continue in experienced-based learning

Teacher education students in reading practicums work one-on-one with children ranging in learning abilities and reading levels. // Illustration by Bella...

WWU Clubs continue in community despite social distance

By Bella Coronado Spring is an important time for clubs to host outdoor events,...

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

Compiled by Audra Anderson Leslie AguilarSecond-yearInternational Business Major “My relationship with...

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Seeking workforce diversity, Bellingham School District creates new position

A new director role in the school district gives hope for equitable change.  

Two Bellingham residents receive Outstanding Graduate title

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Post-apocalyptic movies: morbid fascination or healthy coping mechanism?

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Local roller derby league leaves the bruises at home and rolls with the pandemic.

The local roller derby league has started a weekly event that follows current mask and distancing guidelines.

Lake Whatcom protected for another 4 years

The Lake Whatcom Management Program has been extended to protect the lake and surrounding watershed.