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Second cellphone robbery in week at Western Washington University

For the second time in less than a week, a man snatched a cellphone from a woman’s hand on the Western Washington University campus and ran away.

The man approached two women at the bus stop outside Buchanan Towers at the south end of campus at about 1 a.m. Sunday, April 17, according to…

WWU adopts ‘real food’ goal for dining halls

The idea sounds simple as pie.

Administrators and student food activists at Western Washington University recently agreed to the goal of having the university spend at least 25 percent of its dining hall food budget on locally sourced, sustainable farm products by 2020.

Speaker to discuss mental health, mental illness and social stigma April 22 2016-04-15
Western Alert test planned for April 20 2016-04-14
Strong-arm robbery Sunday night near Buchanan Towers 2016-04-11
Whatcom County water meets lead standards, but risks still exist

After high lead levels in drinking water created a crisis in Flint, Michigan, many communities around the country turned their attention to their own water quality.

An Associated Press analysis of Environmental Protection Agency data found that nearly 1,400 water systems serving 3.6…

What it’s like to be black on campus: isolated, exhausted, calling for change

In his early days on the University of Washington campus as a freshman, Kaid Tipton got his first taste of what it was going to be like as a student of color at the state’s most elite public school.

He ran into a former classmate from Kentridge High School in Kent, who greeted him with a…

Next required sexual harassment prevention training for employees is April 26 2016-04-05
WWU bans hoverboards

Western Washington University is the latest institution to ban hover-boards.

Western joins dozens of other universities and colleges to prohibit the use, possession or storage of hover-boards.

Safety issues prompt ban of hoverboards in campus buildings 2016-03-08
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