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Luisa Loi

Luisa Loi is a fourth year Journalism student who covers campus news. Her main interests include environmental research, developments and policy in the Bellingham area. You can email Luisa at luisaloi.thefront@gmail.com, or learn more on her portfolio or LinkedIn.


LATINX HERITAGE MONTH
Campus

Ethnic clubs could benefit from Western’s support

Latinx Heritage Month, a celebration of Latino and Hispanic culture and contributions, ended on Oct. 15. But, year round, does Western Washington University support the groups dedicated to the 1,596 students who identify as Latinx/o/Hispanic? And what is the importance of multicultural student organizations on campus?

ZOOM - STUDY SPACES
Campus

Where can I attend my zoom classes on campus?

This Fall, Western Washington University has welcomed fifteen thousand students to campus, but several courses have remained remote synchronous. Students attending Zoom classes may need to connect from campus, as they may not have an adequate space or internet connection in their residences, or because they have an in-person class right before or after their virtual one. 

The Setonian
City & County

How COVID-19 has affected local nonprofits

Nicole Berman, the executive director at Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services, has difficult choices ahead. For a few months in the early pandemic, the nonprofit ceased asking for donations because of economic insecurity and the cancellation of events Berman said. They estimated DVSAS lost 70% to 75% of the nonprofit’s donations.

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