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Demand for Tech Programs Sparks Plan for New STEM Building

By Eva Bryner A new $68 million building will be coming to campus to serve as a home for electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering...

Job Shadow Program Accepts Applications From Western Students

By Eva Bryner Western’s first campus-wide job shadow program is being piloted by the Alumni Association, matching students with alumni in their field. The program, Western@Work,...

Authors come to campus for Western Reads

Pearl Morris poses a question to Alex Wagner, author of Futureface (left), and José Olivarez, author of Citizen Illegal at the Western Reads event...

Lead found to exceed EPA limits in 9 Birnam Wood apartments

Birnam Wood apartments on Monday, Nov. 4. // Photo by Eva Bryner By Eva Bryner Water from nine Birnam Wood apartments tested above 15 parts per...

The results are in: the AS Student Senate welcomes newly elected senators

By Eva Bryner This story was updated on Nov. 7 to correct the spelling of a name. Results from the Associated Students Student Senate elections, which...

Biology Department considers more rigorous admittance qualifications

The outside of Biology Buiding on Tuesday, Oct. 29. // Photo by Zack Jimenez By Eva Bryner Want to be a biology major? You might have...

New minor launches, honors Holocaust survivor

James Waller gives a speech about the new Holocaust and Genocide Studies minor on Thursday, Oct. 17 // Photo by Eva Bryner By Eva Bryner The...

Grand opening of Multicultural Center celebrates hard work

President Sabah Randhawa giving a speech at the opening ceremony for the Multicultural Center on Thursday, Oct. 10. // Photo by Claire Ott By Eva Bryner The...

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Two Bellingham residents receive Outstanding Graduate title

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

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