Multi-factor authentication became a requirement for Western Washington University accounts on Tuesday, Jan. 31. Often referred to as MFA, multi-factor authentication requires users to confirm their identity through multiple methods when signing in to an online account, protecting it from online scams or attempts to steal personal information.
On Dec. 2, 2022, Western Academic Workers United filed for recognition with the Washington State Public Employment Relations Commission and delivered a letter requesting recognition as a union and to begin bargaining with Western.
Special Collections at Western Washington University in Bellingham is a gateway into the ancient world. Located on the sixth floor of the Wilson Library, this immense archive features medieval texts, photographs, pieces of art and artifacts.
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.
Out from the depths of Western Washington University’s storage space comes the Western modern chair collection. Co-curated by Carson McCully and L.E. Delzer, “You Should Sit Down For This” is on display in the Viking Union Gallery until Feb. 16.
It’s that time of year. Life gets in the way, time runs out and you’re forced to make a last-minute stop at the convenience store to pick up cheap chocolates and mass-produced cards for the special people in your life.
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.
Western Washington University’s symphony orchestra will perform live alongside a screening of Steven Spielberg’s 1982 film “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” on Saturday, Feb. 25.
After more than three months of construction, South College Drive has reopened to traffic in both directions. Access to the entrance of the C-lot from the road is also open, allowing traffic to enter the lot from the back.
Natural gas supplied to Western Washington University through the Sumas Terminal experienced an unexpected rate increase in January going from $8.00/MMBtu (million British thermal units) to $45.25/MMBtu according to Amanda Cambre, the sustainability director at Western.
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.
As workplaces return to operation in person, many students need a professional wardrobe for an influx of job fairs, interviews and internships. Tucked away on the second floor of Western Washington University’s Old Main is a room full of professional clothing ready to be used.
Emergency call boxes have served students on Western Washington University’s campus for decades. But in the age of technology and cell phones, have these call boxes finally run their course?
After years of upgrading from one iPhone to the next to get the highest-quality camera, grainy pictures now litter the Instagram feeds of those brave enough to venture to the junk drawer and retrieve their old digital camera.
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.