By Crista Blowers
Data from surveys conducted over the past decade shows an unusually high amount of lead in water sampled from multiple buildings across Western’s campus. According to Sue Sullivan, the director of Western’s Environmental Health and Safety office, some of the contaminated faucets and fountains have been replaced, while others have been affixed with signs directing safe usage.
Western student Shayne Merwin, who was arrested in connection with racist and homophobic vandalism, has chosen not to return to campus for the remainder of the quarter.
Hundreds of students gather at President's office to speak about breaking the cycle of systemic racism, violenceBy Julia Berkman and Julia Berkman | December 5
Students ask questions to during a sit-in on Tuesday to protest the administration's response to racist graffiti appearing on campus. The students waited for three hours until President Randhawa appeared to answer their questions. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin
The FBI has recently categorized Proud Boys as an extremist group “with ties to White Nationalism,” according to a Clark County Sheriff’s Office internal affairs report. Federal authorities are warning local law enforcement that the group is actively recruiting in the Pacific Northwest.
By Samuel Fletcher
Photo by Cody Clark
Ramirez filed a wage claim requesting her unpaid wages. // Photo courtesy of Ana Ramirez