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Have you “herd” about COW?

When fourth-year student Shawn Constant joined the Comedians of Western club in 2019, he originally thought it was to watch stand-up comedy. When he realized it was a performance club, he decided to give it a shot anyway. 

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Club Spotlight: High Intensity

Whether you’re a bonafide fan, casual listener or completely uninterested, there’s no denying the explosion K-Pop has had in the past decade. Groups like BTS and Blackpink have garnered fans all over the world, and Bellingham is no exception.


Black love, support and liberation in the Black Student Coalition space

Artist Katana Sol is the visionary behind many stunning art pieces around Western Washington University’s campus. Her newest mural, “Eban,” was unveiled on Feb.1 in the Black Student Coalition space located in the Viking Union 504.  The name for Sol’s mural is inspired by West African designs called Adinkra symbols that represent different principles and values. 

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WWU Lost and Found hosts second-hand event

Was that person wearing your lost sweater? Did a stranger just drink from your long-lost water bottle? With the return of Western’s Lost and Found sale, those thoughts are more likely to arise than you’d think.


All you need to know about the AS Outdoor Center

The Pacific Northwest has long been known for its natural features that lure the most adventurous people to clamber over mountain tops and ski down powdery slopes. However, the great outdoors can be a dangerous place, and those who lack experience may be daunted by all it has to offer. 

City & County

MLK Day: Celebration in action

The Viking Commons brimmed with energy and noise as community members from across Whatcom County and beyond gathered together around a free breakfast to celebrate the life and legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday. 

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The practice of healthy sexuality

Turning the corner of the fourth floor of Western Washington University’s Viking Union on the night of Jan. 12, cheering, words of encouragement and music fill the hall outside room 464. Here, the burlesque club is learning the choreography for “Partition” by Beyonce. 

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