Editor's note: For free survivor support resources, community members can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline and DVSAS of Whatcom County. In addition, Western students can access free, confidential support on campus from Western’s Survivor Advocacy Services, offered through the Counseling and Wellness Center.
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Editor's note: Students interested in learning more about mental health resources can visit the Counseling and Wellness Center’s website or call the Counseling and Wellness Center at 360-650-3164 to schedule a drop-in phone consultation. After-hours crisis support is also available by calling 360-650-3164 and pressing or saying “1.” Students and community members can also access support through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255. More resources can be found here.
Western Washington University academic student employees of Western Academic Workers United filed to form a union on Friday, Dec. 2, with the Washington State Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC) in Olympia. Members of the group also delivered a letter of intent to unionize to President Sabah Randhawa.