The Western Gallery on Western Washington University’s campus is giving students a lot to look forward to this winter. With live performances, concerts and discussions surrounding various art forms, the gallery has endless opportunities for students to experience.
Neisha Gaskins (she/her) is a campus life reporter for The Front. She is a second-year student studying environmental journalism. When she isn’t writing, Neisha spends her time reading, making jewelry and sorting her recycling. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Six months ago, Alejandro Albright-Reveles’ goals were to go to college to get his degree. But these days, he dreams of influencing the Bellingham music sphere.
Black Gold is a series of photos and interviews created by Cameron Peagler to bring publicity to Black artists’ stories and promote study abroad opportunities for youth. Peagler teaches English in Japan while working as a photographer.
Every Thursday afternoon, members of the Black Student Union gather for their club meeting. Up the stairs of the Viking Union, about 50 members meet in the Ethnic Student Center to discuss a variety of subjects surrounding the Black experience.