Skip to Content, Navigation, or Footer.
Logo for The Western Front

Western


More Western

Dough for charity - 1 of 2
Campus

Cookies, cakes and bread! Oh my!

Western Washington University third-year, Sofia Larrondo, has been selling homemade baked goods since March 2021 and donating the profits to the Bellingham Occupied Protest Mutual Aid to help the homeless population in Bellingham.


What's WWU listening to - 1 of 1
Campus

What’s WWU listening to?

Having the right soundtrack for your trek across campus is important. Sometimes on those gray and cloudy Washington mornings you need that one song to get you motivated for the day ahead.


Plant Parenthood - 1 of 1
Campus

Are your plants not looking too hot?

Are your plants suddenly looking a little yellow, maybe not taking in as much water as normal or the leaves have started dropping, even though it’s properly taken care of? Well, then you might have a bug situation going on.


Spring club showcase - 1 of 3
Campus

Annual Spring Club Showcase takes off

Western Washington University students attended the Spring Club Showcase in the Viking Union multipurpose room on May 17. Students explained the importance of in-person clubs on campus. Joining clubs gives students the opportunity to find others with similar interests to themselves.


Right to Recognition - 1 of 1
Campus

An unexpected gallery: Right to Recognition

When a Western Washington University dance instructor invited her student-turned-friend to teach a fun end-of-quarter art project on the last day of the fall quarter, they did not expect to be co-creating an exhibit that would show two quarters later. 


Culture shock on wheels - 1 of 1
Campus

Culture shock — on wheels!

Students, staff and friends of the Western Washington University Anthropology Department have been documenting their bike rides throughout May as part of the Bike Everywhere Challenge, a national event that occurs annually. Teams are placed in randomly selected pools of 10, within which winners are calculated based on the number of points collected by riders.


Ricky Rath and LGCY Media - 1 of 3
Campus

2019 Western alumnus presenting LGCY Media

It began with an email pitch, a plastic folding table, a small controller and a 2008 Macbook during Western Washington University’s 2017 Lawnstock. Public Relations alumnus Ricky Rath, whose stage name is R-Squared, has pursued a career in PR while simultaneously performing DJ sets and founding LGCY Media.


What it's really like to be an RA - 1 of 2
Campus

Should you become an RA?

Resident Advisors at Western Washington University receive room, board and the privacy of a single dorm, but is the job worth it? Tasked with overseeing dozens of residents, RAs build community and show support for the students.


Powered by SNworks Solutions by The State News
All Content © 2022 The Western Front