The Western Hub of Living Essentials, which offers free food and cleaning supplies for students who may not be able to afford necessities, is facing its own affordability concerns.
Starbucks was voted the best-tasting coffee on Western Washington University’s campus, pulling 42% of 172 votes, according to a poll on The Front’s Instagram on Oct. 23. But taste alone isn’t enough to determine the “best” coffee spot on campus.
Most eating disorders develop between the ages of 18 and 21, the time when a lot of high school students begin their journey in college, according to the National Eating Disorders Association.
Western Washington University students may have encountered a period cramp simulator booth set up in Red Square this quarter. Those brave enough to try it experience what many people feel when on their menstrual cycle via small electrical pulses that cause cramping in the abdominal muscles.
This year at Western Washington University, there is a new dining service providing meals and goods for students. With the change from Aramark to Chartwells Higher Education, there is an observable difference in the personal care products in the on-campus and in-dorm markets.
Americans generate about 4.9 pounds of trash per person per day, according to a 2018 report by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. They produce an extra 25% of waste from Thanksgiving to New Year’s.
Whatcom Transportation Authority works with Western Washington University to help improve the transportation system for commuting students needing more accessible stop locations or quicker and more reliable bus routes.
New developments have come out regarding the pipe leak in the Fairhaven Complex on Western Washington University’s campus.
The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System has given Western Washington University a silver star for more than a decade straight. Not gold, not platinum – silver.
If your favorite childhood game was a treasure hunt, then geocaching may be your new favorite hobby. Geocaching — a worldwide treasure hunt — was brought to Western Washington University by the Associated Students Outdoor Center on Dec 6th.
94 miles from Western Washington University’s campus lives the SEA Discovery Center, a self-sustaining entity of Western in Poulsbo.
For students interested in connecting with the community at Western Washington University, the Multicultural Center Community Lunches, held every Wednesday in Viking Union 736, offer a chance to learn something new and share a meal.
As the winter quarter is rapidly approaching at Western Washington University, thousands of students are heading to the Associated Students Bookstore to purchase their textbooks for the quarter. With issues like rising prices and insufficient supplies, is the AS Bookstore still the best place for students to buy their books?