Kumiko Juker (she/her) is a campus life reporter for The Front this quarter. When she's not checking her email, she enjoys spending time with her friends, writing poetry and accumulating random knowledge. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
College is stressful. Between the cost of attendance, deadlines and external factors like work, even the most fortunate student can find themself struggling. Across experiences, backgrounds and situations, one thing remains constant: everyone needs to eat.
LGBTQ+ Western is hosting Western Washington University’s third annual Pride Celebration on Wednesday, May 31. The event will start at the flag plaza at 4 p.m. with the raising of the progress pride flag and a cord ceremony for queer graduates.
The best part of working with ceramics at Western Washington University, according to studio art majors and ceramics club members Gabe Rubanowitz and Kasey Maniulit, isn’t its expansive nature or even the act of creating. Rather, it’s getting to work with Ryan Kelly, the club’s academic advisor.
Western Washington University’s Arab Student Association hosted a food workshop alongside several other Ethnic Student Center clubs on May 2. The ESC kitchen was alive with a flurry of activity and conversation, with members from each club intermingling as they prepared cultural dishes.
In reaction to the increasing number of mass shootings across the country, Students Demand Action is running a campaign April 12 in Red Square urging Western Washington University to stop investing in the gun industry.