Swipe Out Hunger, a program that allows Western Washington University students in need of extra meal swipes to request free meals, has been suspended until at least the end of winter quarter.
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Kitty Obsidian took home first place at the Sounds of the Underground finale on Wednesday, March 1, setting themselves up to open at Western Washington University’s annual Lawnstock festival.
Living off campus brings up many challenges for students, and finding compatible roommates is one of the biggest.
Western Washington University’s symphony orchestra will perform live alongside a screening of Steven Spielberg’s 1982 film “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” on Saturday, Feb. 25.
After more than three months of construction, South College Drive has reopened to traffic in both directions. Access to the entrance of the C-lot from the road is also open, allowing traffic to enter the lot from the back.
The Pacific Northwest has long been known for its natural features that lure the most adventurous people to clamber over mountain tops and ski down powdery slopes. However, the great outdoors can be a dangerous place, and those who lack experience may be daunted by all it has to offer.
Emergency call boxes have served students on Western Washington University’s campus for decades. But in the age of technology and cell phones, have these call boxes finally run their course?
South College Drive at the southern end of Western Washington University’s campus is getting a makeover. Its median, which runs the length of the road, is being removed in favor of 131 angled parking spaces on the northbound side.