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International student ruling may have lasting effects

Now rescinded, students and experts discuss the impact of the directive By Shannon Steffens On...

Pros, cons of Western’s fall quarter course plan

The good and bad of hybrid classes, and how students are affected By Connor Benintendi

Health Department updates COVID-19 employer task force

The Public Health Advisory Board discussed updates for community safety and next year’s budget on July 2

Student internships changing due to COVID-19

Shutdowns drastically shifted educational plans By Shannon Steffens Haley Cable, fourth-year student...

Celebrating Pride among COVID-19, protests

Students and experts reflect on 2020’s historic Pride month Marsha P. Johnson was a Black...

Bellingham City Council unanimously approves allocation of CARES Act fund

$900,000 of federal grants will be allocated to local business, child care, and food security. By...

How the mask mandate looks in Whatcom County

Everything to know about how local jurisdictions are handling the order By Connor Benintendi

Woodring College of Education plans for fall quarter

Woodring’s majors navigate a plan of action for fall field-work By Cameron Sires

Campus wildlife during the pandemic

With most public spaces closed due to COVID-19, wild animals have once again filled those spaces

Whatcom County Council applied for Bellingham to be moved to Phase Two

Screenshot of virtual county council meeting held on June 1st 2020 By Courtney Gullett
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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.

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