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    Work study student’s shift of responsibilities during remote quarter

    Student employee Li Hill swipes cards for lunch at Fairhaven Dining Hall on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019. Student jobs have been...

    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...

    Golden Goal Punches Ticket to Regional Finals For Women’s Soccer

    Western's women's soccer team // Photo courtesy of Western Athletics By Jordan Shepherd Rohnert Park, Calif. – The No. 3 Western women’s soccer team defeated California...

    Vikings secure opening win with late push

    Western's forward Luke Lovelady (21) slams down a dunk in the opening minutes of the first half. Western won 92-88 in their game against...

    No. 5 Vikings spike in 39th Consecutive Home Game Win

    The WWU women's volleyball team celebrates after winning a set against Montana State University Billings in a 3-0 sweep on Saturday, Nov. 2. //...

    Men’s and Women’s XC Win GNAC Championship

    The WWU Cross Country Team // Photo courtesy of the Jenna Martin By Jordan Shepherd Western’s men’s and women’s cross country teams ran away with a...

    Vikings Bring Out The Brooms for 3-0 Sweep Over Western Oregon

    Chloe Roetcisoender, Viking volleyball middle, jumps to spike a ball onto the Western Oregon team on Saturday, Oct. 26. Vikings won the game against...

    Clutch last-second goal helps secure 1-1 tie for men’s soccer team

    WWU defender Camron Miller (18) and WWU defender Theo Steinmetz (12) battle for the ball against a Saint Martin's player on Saturday, Oct. 5....

    Men’s Soccer Team Improves Record to 3-3-0 With Win Over Point Loma

    WWU forward Christian Rotter squares off against a Point Loma Nazarene University player on Saturday, Sept. 28. The Vikings won the game 2-1 after...

    April Brews Day fosters community over beer

    Photo by Connor Jalbert By Jordan Shepherd The smell of beer and fresh barbecue took over downtown as thousands of people filled up the Depot Market...
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