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Arts & Music

Can papier-mâché heal trauma?

Crayola crayons and papier-mâché. When we were young we created our own art galleries that were stuck with magnets to the fridge. Now, we eat, sleep and work. We feel stressed all the time and we call it being an adult. 


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Campus

"Material Mind" exhibition has begun

After a year of hard work and conceptualization, graduating Western Washington University students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts program will finally get the chance to present their thesis projects to the public from now until June 11. 


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Recreation

Seeking solace in nature

Perhaps it was primal instinct, or maybe it was cabin fever. Whatever the reason,  COVID-19 has driven a record number of Washington residents to seek solace in nature — and the benefits people are feeling are backed by science. 


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Arts & Music

Noise Complaint on Hallopalooza

Doors opened with a buzz of chaos and conversation at the Karate Church for the first ever Hallopalooza, a Halloween-themed concert starring bands such as Roland Olayvar, Laamb, Iggy Poop, Jade Matcha and Analog Brass. Analog Brass was also joined by singers Ebony Harris and Martii MC-Fly.  


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Sports

Anna Kasner lifts Western softball to win

After qualifying for the Greater Northwest Athletic Conference championships with a win in the final game of the season over rival Central Washington, Western Washington University softball entered the tournament with a chip on their shoulder.


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Sports

Vikings kick off a winning season

In a strong show of teamwork in the face of adversity, the Western Washington University men’s soccer team left it all on the pitch to defeat Saint Martin’s University 2-1 on Saturday, May 1. 


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Sports

Vikings sweep Wildcats in doubleheader

The Western Washington University women’s volleyball team were victorious two times on Saturday, May 1, in their doubleheader against the Central Washington University Wildcats winning the first match, 3-2, as well as their second match, 3-0.


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