1968 to now: How BSU spoke out on need for Black student supportBy Julia Berkman , Julia Berkman , Bianca Lancia and Mollie Clements | February 27
By Julia Berkman, Mollie Clements and Bianca Lancia
Hundreds of students gather at President's office to speak about breaking the cycle of systemic racism, violenceBy Julia Berkman and Julia Berkman | December 5
Students ask questions to during a sit-in on Tuesday to protest the administration's response to racist graffiti appearing on campus. The students waited for three hours until President Randhawa appeared to answer their questions. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin
Bigoted vandalism found, removed across campusBy Julia Berkman , Julia Berkman and Cody Clark | November 20
A student walks by Wright's Triangle, where racist vandalism was recently erased on Nov. 19, 2018. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin
'Building healing without borders:' Western alumnae start podcast, discussionBy Julia Berkman and Julia Berkman | October 3
Vicky Matey and Olga Araceli sit beneath an antler chandelier at the Cabin Tavern in downtown Bellingham, drinks and bright purple on-brand stickers in hand, and pose for a photo. The red light from a neon sign behind them frames their heads like a halo.
Lowrider show brings vibrancy to Red SquareBy The Front and Julia Berkman | May 20
Man pleaded not guilty to charges of stalking, voyeurismBy The Front , Julia Berkman and Zoe BuchliÂ | May 18
Charles Gregory Vergin during his preliminary appearance in the Whatcom County Superior Court on Friday, May 18. // Photo by Julia Berkman
Posters calling Huxley College professor a "sexual predator" found on campusBy The Front and Julia Berkman | May 11
CW: Sexual harassment. Posters calling Paul Stangl, a Huxley College environmental studies professor, a "sexual predator" were hung up around campus on the morning of Friday, May 11. The posters were removed by University Police the same day, Paul Cocke, director of communications and marketing, said.