Annika Wolters

Red Cross Club: Back from Hiatus, Club Provides Members with Volunteer Experience

November 12, 2013

The WWU Red Cross Club, which provides students with training and volunteer opportunities, is slowly coming back to life. To get back on its feet, the Red Cross Club is working to put more effort

The guest meal experiment

January 7, 2014

I reminisce of the days of the unlimited meal plan. It was the winter of 2010-2011. Living in the old, unfinished Buchanan Towers during one of the coldest winters this campus has seen. I trekked

Real Hope Act makes way through state legislature

February 19, 2014

On Jan. 31, the Washington State Senate voted 35-10 in favor of Senate Bill 6523, which would allow undocumented students to be eligible for state financial aid. The bill is entitled the Real Hope

Superheroes among us: WWU Comic Club

February 10, 2014

Walking among us are spandexed, caped superheroes masquerading in street clothes. There is one inside every comic book and graphic novel lover. A small gathering of these super citizens meets in a

Meet Morgan Burke, the new AS Vice President for Business & Operations

February 10, 2014

The newest member of the Associated Student Board of Directors, Morgan Burke will officially begin her duties as Vice President for Business and Operations on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Burke was appointed

Wade King Student Recreation Center welcomes 1,000-2,500 daily

March 3, 2014

How many times have you waltzed into the gym only to find that every elliptical is taken by a fellow gym-goer? Chances are you picked one of Wade King Student Recreation Center’s busiest times

Freshman Class Ushers in More Representative Demographics

November 12, 2013

Freshman and transfer students of color made Western history this fall, enrolling at a record number of 25.4 percent. Out of 2,795 freshmen, 711 are students of color, which amounts to 25.4 percent,

You might be a Viking If...

November 18, 2013

1. You drink out of a recycled jar regularly. 2.