Gov. Jay Inslee announced Friday, Oct. 21, that a state amendment to protect reproductive rights is in the works to be added to Washington’s constitution.
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Western Washington University’s alternative student publication got a new name to kick off the new school year. Wavelength, formerly known as the AS Review, offers a fresh take on campus happenings from the Associated Students. While the publication’s URL still bears its former name, one visit to the website shows its evolution to a more energetic, modern media outlet topped off with a new blue-and-white wordmark logo.
Western Washington University’s women’s basketball team added another accolade to its legacy by reaching the NCAA Division II championship for the first time in program history. Despite a spectacular season, Glenville State University bettered the Vikings 85-72.
In an overtime thriller, Western Washington University sophomore guard D’Angelo Minnis knocked down a half-court buzzer-beater to beat the Montana State University Billings Yellowjackets on Feb. 17.
For 50 years, citizens and government officials have been working to build an epic trail spanning from Bellingham Bay to Mount Baker. While a few trail segments have been established, the project has proven to be a Herculean task.
Western Washington University women’s volleyball team ended their season with a decisive win against Simon Fraser University at home on Saturday, Nov. 20, moving the team up to the No. 13 spot heading into regionals.
Student-athletes do more than just go to practice after attending classes. Western Washington University’s men’s basketball player RJ Secrest has lived the true life of a student-athlete heading into his fifth year at Western.
The No.16 Western Washington University volleyball team is in the final stretch of the regular season and is looking hot heading into the postseason.
The nationally-ranked No. 20 Vikings took on the Seattle Pacific University Thursday, Oct. 15, in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference bout inside Sam Carver Gymnasium.