Western Washington University students attended the off-campus housing fair in the Viking Union multipurpose room to learn about off-campus living opportunities and resources on March 3
Annabelle Stefanoff (she/her) is majoring in Political Science and Economics and triple minoring in Spanish, news/ed journalism and honors interdisciplinary studies. When not reporting, she enjoys undertaking multi-day baking projects and reading a good book.
Western Washington University students gathered in the Viking Union Multicultural Center to Zoom with legislators about bills and topics that focused on marginalized and intersecting identities for Western Intersectional Lobby Day on Feb. 20.
Audience members cozied up as English graduate students took the stage and read their work at the Underground Coffeehouse on Friday, Feb. 18.
Aramark employees in coffee shops and restaurants at Western Washington University are performing jobs identical to those in the same off-campus positions, with one glaring difference: they are not allowed to receive tips.
Winter quarter at Western Washington University got off to a tumultuous start. Students and faculty received an email on Jan. 10 saying that courses were moving online for two weeks due to the spike in community COVID-19 cases.
Student volunteers at Western Washington University logged onto Zoom to meet with state legislators on Monday, Jan. 17. They spoke to over 60 representatives throughout the day, lobbying for the Associated Students’ legislative agenda.