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Keeping campus accessible in the winter

For students with disabilities, navigating Western Washington University’s campus on any given day can be difficult. Now that the weather is getting colder, these students must be more careful than ever when getting to class. 

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A peek into WWU's newest witchcraft club

Western Washington University students interested in magic, nature and divination who haven’t yet found their community are in luck. The new WWU Witches is a new club for witches and magic practitioners, as well as for those curious, and welcomes students of all religious identities and backgrounds to join. 

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Rehearsals begin for 'Masks Play'

After a three-year hiatus of improvisation-focused performances due to the pandemic, Western Washington University will return on Feb. 9, 2024 with the Commedia dell'arte-style production "Masks Play." 

Promoting awareness

Feeling the pain of period poverty, illiteracy, assumptions

Western Washington University students may have encountered a period cramp simulator booth set up in Red Square this quarter. Those brave enough to try it experience what many people feel when on their menstrual cycle via small electrical pulses that cause cramping in the abdominal muscles.  

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Chartwells revamps campus market’s hygiene section

This year at Western Washington University, there is a new dining service providing meals and goods for students. With the change from Aramark to Chartwells Higher Education, there is an observable difference in the personal care products in the on-campus and in-dorm markets.  


Zine Revival at WWU

Students familiar with the nooks and crannies of Western Washington University’s campus might have encountered an assortment of paper booklets called zines.  

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