I live a bit far off campus, as it happens. It’s often inconvenient to go home in between classes or work, giving me some time to kill on a weekday afternoon. I often find myself, as many of us do, strolling in and around the Viking Union and looking out at the wide view of the great geological formations surrounding Bellingham, bay to mountain range.
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On Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2023 Whatcom County voters head to the polls to vote for Whatcom County Executive. The county executive serves as the head of government for the county, fulfilling several functions such as appointing boards and commissions and enforcing ordinances and state statutes. The position also represents the county at the local, state and federal level.
When I became the opinions editor for The Front this quarter, I was lucky enough to have a good idea of what I hoped to write about. My idea isn’t exactly “original,” per se, but thankfully, I learned from the best.
Among the lettered streets of northwest Bellingham, nestled between apartment buildings, a middle school and a picturesque coffeehouse is the former home of George E. Pickett.
In July, President Joe Biden visited the Middle East, in what appeared to be an attempt at soothing relations with petrol power-brokers during a time of global economic crisis. What attracted most attention – and most criticism – was his meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and his bizarre decision to fist bump him.
As the long-awaited state primaries approach, campaigning continues in the three-way race for the 42nd representative district position 1 seat.
In the northwesternmost corner of Washington state, campaigning has begun for the competitive and valuable state senate seat representing the 42nd district.
John Waters spoke with The Front last week in a twenty-minute interview covering his new book ‘Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance’, spoken-word show and his filmography ahead of his appearance at Western Washington University this Saturday, May 21.
Opposing groups of demonstrators gathered in Red Square on Monday, May 16, in yet another theater of the nationwide battle over abortion rights.
Climate activism at Western Washington University has opened a new front with the founding of the Students for Climate Action.
The Western Washington University Gender Liberation Resource Center announced its official renaming April 21, which it believes is more inclusive and better represents the organization’s mission.
Jazz students of Western Washington University performed their last concert of the year at the Underground Coffeehouse on Wednesday, Apr. 20, after a winter quarter of public health instability.
Despite the College of the Environment officially losing the ‘Huxley’ title on Dec. 9, 2021, the name change has continued to be a topic of discussion reaching beyond the environmental sciences program.