Beaded and chainmail jewelry, crochet plushies, curated mix CDs and plants are just some of the goods you will find at Western Washington University’s Craft Fair on Thursday, Nov. 2.
The Wade King Student Recreation Center hosts a variety of fitness communities, from weightlifting and sports clubs to Zumba and Pilates classes, but for some, new communities and prioritizing health amid busy schedules can be overwhelming and intimidating.
This year, Halloween in Bellingham will feature more than just trick or treating and haunted houses. Western Washington University’s drag club, Royal Gambit, will be hosting an 18+ “night of slays, gays and spooks.”
Over 100 students staged a walkout and gathered in Western Washington University’s Red Square on Wednesday, Oct. 25, to demand a cease-fire in the Gaza Strip. The demonstration was part of a national student walkout calling for an end to Israel’s siege of Gaza. Western’s Arab Student Association organized the event on campus.
The Western Washington University Associated Students government’s main purposes are to help organize funding and other projects as well as represent student interests on campus. Despite its standing as a key fixture of campus, many students, particularly new ones, have limited knowledge about the AS government and the extent of its reach on campus.
Bellingham local Dana Carr began her Taylor Dock sunset silent discos in January 2023 as a way to bring together the community after the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Northwest Mushroomers Association is hosting its 31st annual Wild Mushroom Show in the Viking Union at Western Washington University this Sunday, Oct. 22, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is the association’s first show after a four-year hiatus due to COVID-19.
Western Washington University students have the opportunity to attend all 2023-24 home games free of charge.
Boasting huge windows overlooking north campus from the second floor of the Performing Arts Center at Western Washington University is the Music Library.
The renovation of Western Washington University’s heating system was one of the four major capital projects in the university’s 2023-25 budget. In April, the state approved a $10 million fund to complete phase one of this project.
Are you a student who is anxious about returning to school in the fall? You’re not alone. Going back to school and creating a whole new routine can be not only overwhelming, but difficult to maintain.
As an incoming Western Washington University student, Jen Black was excited to take an integral step in the journey of becoming a Viking. In the fall of 2021, Black sat down at a computer and joined a Zoom meeting: Western’s newly-implemented online freshman orientation.
Western Washington University’s summer youth camps are hosted by the university’s men's and women's basketball and soccer teams, as well as the women’s volleyball and softball teams.
As flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables bloom this summer, so do opportunities to connect with fellow students and growers through food.