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The new magazine that’s all the rage

The new magazine that’s all the rage

It’s as if Hannah Quinton, founder of The Rage Magazine, brought some San Diego sun with her when she transferred to Western Washington University. Bubbly and warm, her enthusiasm for the task she’s undertaken is apparent. 

Back2B’ham returned to Western after 6 year hiatus

Back2B’ham returned to Western after six year hiatus

Over 500 alumni and family members attended the Back2B'ham Alumni and Friends Weekend, held at Western Washington University for the first time since 2017. The event, hosted by the WWU Alumni Association from May 19 to 21, included guest speakers, bike tours, live music, food trucks and many other activities.  

2023 AS election results released Gallery

BRIEF: 2023 AS election results released

Western Washington University’s Associated Students released election results for the 2023-24 academic year on May 8. All seven Executive Board and 21 Student Senate seats were up for election, as all terms run one academic year. 

(3) Sounds of Students

Let’s get loud

“It’s too loud.” “You’re bothering the neighbors.” “No one can even understand you.” Mad King, a band no stranger to phrases like these, mainly covers classic rock songs like Led Zeppelin’s “Dazed and Confused.”

Foraging Article

Edible plants all around

Have you ever wondered what’s edible on your walk to school, stroll between classes, or while relaxing at the beach? Well, as It turns out, there are edible, nutrient-rich native plants hiding in plain sight.  

(1) “Yes, and…”

‘Yes, and …’

Under the spotlight, undivided attention is set on first-year Western Washington University student Sarah Roberts. There’s no room for error. Performing was her passion, but this was an entirely different sensation of entertainment, causing a much greater adrenaline rush. This was improv.

FIN joins the fight for food security

Campus club joins the fight for food security

College is stressful. Between the cost of attendance, deadlines and external factors like work, even the most fortunate student can find themself struggling. Across experiences, backgrounds and situations, one thing remains constant: everyone needs to eat. 

(2) An open mic at The Underground

An open mic at The Underground

Every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. during the academic year, Western Washington University’s  Underground Coffeehouse hosts an open mic night. Performers of all experience levels are welcome to show up and play music or do stand up.

Celebrating pride and continuing advocacy

Celebrating pride amid national struggles

LGBTQ+ Western is hosting Western Washington University’s third annual Pride Celebration on Wednesday, May 31. The event will start at the flag plaza at 4 p.m. with the raising of the progress pride flag and a cord ceremony for queer graduates. 

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