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Georgi Shillington serves Zach Clarke at ANMLY cafe on Nov. 5, 2019. // File photo by Alex Moreno

Gilmore’s girls set sights for 2020

WWU pitcher Anna Kasner throwing a pitch facing off against Edmonds Community College for a double header on Sept. 28, 2019. //...

All 5 Fall Sports Win GNAC Title

Drew Farnsworth (11) brings the ball up into the box, during a game against Montana State on Nov. 9. The Vikings clinched the GNAC...

Roundup: Vikings Volleyball Take Their Third Consecutive Championship

Maddison Coleman (21), junior guard, scores 17 points in 25 minutes of play time for Western's women's basketball team defeating Western Colorado 69-66 in...

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...

Viking volleyball sweeps in senior night victory

Tupu Lologo (8), Western Washington University volleyball athlete, bumps a spike from the opposing Alaska Fairbanks team on Saturday, Nov. 14. Western won the...

Zero-waste cafe makes big waves with small changes

Emile Diffley pours a latte at ANMLY Cafe on Oct. 17. // Photo by Alina Simone By Alina Simone Sleek mason jars topped off with rich,...

Volleyball bounces back against Concordia

Malia Aleaga, Viking volleyball setter, bumps a ball to her team on Thursday, Oct. 24. Vikings won the game against Concordia University three sets...

Athletic department attempts to raise attendance, students carry the cost

Claire Elliott operates the ticket sales booth for a women’s soccer match against Simon Fraser University at Harrington Field on Saturday, Oct. 19. //...

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...
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