Backspace your e-wasteBy The Western Front | July 28
E-waste, the largest growing form of waste in America, is any electronic device that is discarded by its user. This could range from a broken pair of headphones or an old phone charger to a TV or a microwave.
Federal student aid faces 2018 cutsBy The Western Front and Mary Boynton | July 27
The U.S. Department of Education 2018 budget plan, released this spring, proposes to eliminate or reduce funding for more than 30 programs, including a few that are crucial resources for some Western students paying tuition. The proposed budget is still awaiting approval from Congress.
Roadblocks to ResourcesBy The Western Front | July 25
New student trustee appointedBy The Western Front and Mary Boynton | July 22
Recently appointed by Gov. Jay Inslee as Western’s student trustee, Trista Truemper, who is pursuing a Master of Business Administration, will serve on the Board of Trustees for the 2017-18 academic year.
Dark DaysBy The Western Front | July 11
Every day, he thought about death. But the image of his own — always on his mind — terrified him. More than death, senior Michael Ajeto feared himself.
We're going on a College QuestBy The Western Front | July 10