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Student Senate meets to discuss expectations and goals

AS Vice President of Academic Affairs Levi Eckman speaks with the Student Senate at their first unofficial meeting on Dec. 4. // Photo by Kenzie...

Seattle International Comedy Competition takes Bellingham

Contestants in the Seattle International Comedy Competition made their last semi-final stop in Bellingham. // Photo by Kenzie Mahoskey By Emily Erskine Red velvet chairs,...

Exploring the intersections of STEM

By Emilee Kyle When you hear the word “scientist,” you might think of someone in a lab coat, wearing goggles and using a beaker, not...

Free the Toiletries: Grant encourages new hope for accessible hygiene supplies on campus

The grant would ensure products are available across campus, free of charge.  // Photo by Kenzie Mahoskey By Brooke Wilson Affordable and accessible hygiene supplies have...

Creed Comes to Bellingham

By Ian Haupt A purple beam of light lit up the stage and the room filled with ecstatic cheers as the man of the evening...

Watch out cycling, there’s a new sheriff in town

By Cole Sandhofer Sunny skies and 80s glam metal set the scene for cyclists of all ages and abilities, as spectators rang cowbells and shouted...

The show goes on after headliner Princess Nokia cancels

Cherry Glazerr rocks out to their song "Had Ten Dollaz," while the crowd dances away. // Photo by Kenzie Mahoskey  By Jack Taylor Despite scheduled performer Princess...

Make.Shift continues to provide an escape for artists

By Jack Taylor Hosting an open art space for people of all ages, local nonprofit Make.Shift continues to encourage children to tap into their inner...

Bellingham Tenants Union hosts kickoff event, discusses rent rates

Attendees gather at the end of the event to display posters. // Photo by Kenzie Mahoskey By Kenzie Mahoskey Year after year, Bellingham rent continues to...

Erosion, loose sediment at Locust Beach worry residents

Locust Beach on a sunny day. On the bluff, sediment and dirt are starting to give way. // Photo by Kenzie Mahoskey By Kenzie Mahoskey Dirt...
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