Jemma Alexander is a reporter for the campus life beat at The Front this quarter. She is a sophomore majoring in creative writing and minoring in news/ed journalism. Outside of school, Jemma enjoys playing soccer, going on adventures with her roommate and watching bad sitcoms. She hopes to one day travel the world, experience as many culture shocks as she can, and write about it.
A short, low tunnel surrounded by greenery welcomes you to Fairhaven College and its dorms. Its walls painted with layers and layers of gray paint from years of battling graffiti. Visitors often see spray-painted or sharpied images and words on the walls. The graffiti is usually covered up the next day, but artist retaliation is consistent.
During Earth Week, Western Washington University and members of the community celebrated the efforts of BIPOC and youth climate activism with a week of events that began Saturday, April 16. The events included outdoor activities, film screenings, panel discussions and two celebrations.
“Ask the Sexperts” was hosted by Western Washington University’s Counseling and Wellness Center on April 14. At the event, audience members could submit any questions they had about sex online with no identification and get an answer from sexual health experts.