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Let’s be blunt: The weed industry is on fire

Illustration by Cole Sandhofer, background courtesy of North Coast Journal By Ian Ferguson The future of cannabis is writing itself, but industry experts say the story...

Over the river and through the woods

By Ian Ferguson Western’s campus is cozily nestled alongside the hills of Sehome Arboretum, and at any given moment students are minutes away from rock...

Giddyup with the sports roundup

Compiled by Ian Ferguson After a regular season finish of 16 wins, three losses and one tie, the women’s soccer team has  been named third...

Ana Ramirez takes legal action against Western for missing wages: “This fight is not about me.”

Ramirez filed a wage claim requesting her unpaid wages. // Photo courtesy of Ana Ramirez By Ian Ferguson Ana Ramirez, an undocumented student, is taking legal...

Women’s rowing: continuing the legacy

By Ian Ferguson Western women’s rowing boasts a triumphant and decorated history with a long list of accolades, championships and achievements. The culmination of the...

Bellingham wants green energy, green living

Solar panels were installed on Taylor Dock near Boulevard Park in summer 2018. // Photo by Harrison Amelang By Ian Ferguson Demand for solar panel installations...

Phelps smashes Western volleyball all-time kill record

By Ian Ferguson Western senior Abby Phelps made history Saturday Sept. 29, setting an all-time women’s volleyball record for most career kills during a sweeping...

Washington attorney general speaks to Western about taking the president to court

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson wasted no time making history when the opportunity arose. Ferguson became the first state attorney general to sue President Donald...

Frontline: Sanctuary city designation in Bellingham vital

By Anna Edlund   Opinions of the Editorial Board   Immigration has always been a hot button issue. This week, it got a hell of a lot hotter. During...

Series of inclusion and equity training sessions to be added for staff

Western’s Campus Inclusion and Equity Forum will hold diversity workshops for staff members this quarter, marking the first implementation of policies created in the...
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Behind the systems: For LGBTQ+ employees at religious organizations, a murky legal landscape on campus and in the courts

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