For students interested in connecting with the community at Western Washington University, the Multicultural Center Community Lunches, held every Wednesday in Viking Union 736, offer a chance to learn something new and share a meal.
October was Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time to shed light on resources and support for survivors. Western Washington University made efforts toward advocacy by pushing for awareness around domestic violence and ensuring students can get the help they need on campus.
A new recording studio is under construction in the Fairhaven building on Western Washington University’s campus. Salish Sea Recording Studio is set to open its doors in May, Fairhaven Dean Caskey Russell said.
Each academic quarter, the Counseling and Wellness Center at Western Washington University holds a multitude of Therapy Groups, available to any student. This fall quarter, 11 different groups, including groups for anxiety and depression, are being offered.
Construction has been in progress on Western Washington University’s Kaiser Borsari Hall since March 2023. The new building is located by south campus behind the Communications Facility, right next to the Sehome Hill Arboretum.
Six months ago, Alejandro Albright-Reveles’ goals were to go to college to get his degree. But these days, he dreams of influencing the Bellingham music sphere.
On Oct. 17, many residents in the Fairhaven dorms on Western Washington University's campus started to notice a foul smell. Many wondered about the origins of the smell and posted online to ask if anyone knew what it was.
Black Gold is a series of photos and interviews created by Cameron Peagler to bring publicity to Black artists’ stories and promote study abroad opportunities for youth. Peagler teaches English in Japan while working as a photographer.
The month of November was declared Native American Heritage Month in 1990. At Western Washington University, it is a time to recognize the history of the land that the university sits on and to uplift Native peoples’ voices.
Every Thursday afternoon, members of the Black Student Union gather for their club meeting. Up the stairs of the Viking Union, about 50 members meet in the Ethnic Student Center to discuss a variety of subjects surrounding the Black experience.