C Hayley Halstead

AS Presidential Debate In Review

April 29, 2013

With $519 charged to the nearly 15,000 Western students through annual tuition and allocated to the service and activities category, one of the recipients of this fee is the Associated Students

How To Start A Club: Easy as one, two, three

April 29, 2013

After a group of graduate students from the Huxley College of the Environment was meeting informally for about three years, they decided it was time to be officially recognized as a club. The

Full Issue - Vol. 28 #24 - 5/6/2013

May 6, 2013


The AS Review - Full Issue - 4/29/2013 - Divestment, AS Presidential Debate, Game of Thrones, and more

April 29, 2013


Full Issue - AS Review - Vol. 28 #25 - 5/13/2013

May 13, 2013


Full Issue - Vol.28 #28 - 6/4/2013

June 4, 2013


Labyrinth: Communities (Un)bound

November 12, 2013

This year’s theme of the AS Women’s Center’s literary journal, Labyrinth, is “Communities (Un)bound.” Submissions will be accepted until January 10. Labyrinth has been

Foraging for Fungi

November 12, 2013

With what AS Outdoor Center Excursions Coordinator Kelsey Ball referred to as “a super-storm of mushrooms this year,” a hype and excitement is swelling for local mushroom hunting. Ball

Club Connect takes over Rec Center Nov. 22

November 18, 2013

here aren’t many opportunities for students to swim in the Wade King Student Recreation Center pool or taste an array of baked goods within the facility at 2 a.m. As peculiar as this may

Music in 2013 with KUGS and AS Pop Music

January 7, 2014

Representing a mix of top 40, local top favorites and KUGS 89.3 favorites that serenaded and shocked us in 2013, we formulated a playlist that we played for the AS Pop Music Coordinator Caitlyn

South Asian Student Association Heritage Dinner to take place Saturday

February 24, 2014

Founded in the early 1990s, the South Asian Student Association has since been proud to celebrate their culture together as an Ethnic Student Center club. Each year ESC clubs host annual heritage

How to tackle your FAFSA with confidence

February 3, 2014

Serving as the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation, the Federal Student Aid Program grants more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans and work-study to more than 14 million

AS Board passes proposal for increased street lighting near campus

March 3, 2014

The Community Welfare Proposal, a stepping stone towards increasing public safety in Bellingham, was passed by the AS Board of Directors on Feb. 19.

#NotYourAsianSidekick: A firsthand account of racism

March 3, 2014

I can’t drive, can’t see, can’t speak English, look the same as everyone else in my ethnic group, eat rice with everything, am stingy, think a “B” is bad, am good at

Laughing within the lines: Where campus comedy and political-correctness meet

April 1, 2014

In 2011, the well-known host of Comedy Central’s Tosh.0, Daniel Tosh, performed at the Mount Baker Theatre. While he landed a spot on Forbes’ list of top-earning comedians of 2013 with a

Chillwave in outer space: Meet Nate Braks of Student

April 1, 2014

Having too many things to do and not enough time to do them is a challenge that fazes many college students. In psychology senior Nate Braks’s case, after moving to Bellingham from Spokane he

Outback Farm leaps into spring with planting workshop

April 7, 2014

Winter is over and the sun is finally out in Bellingham, creating the perfect weather for planting seeds. Gardening may seem impossible for those living in cramped dorm rooms and apartments, but

Clubs, Environmental and Sustainability Programs prepare for Earth Week

April 15, 2014

While Earth Day is traditionally celebrated on one day of the year, Western students are eager to expand the celebration across a week with an array of events and activities.

Grammy's, beards & Lumineers: Meet Maxwell Hughes

April 15, 2014

Songwriter and musician Maxwell Hughes, most well-known for his time with The Lumineers, is coming to Western as a part of the Underground Coffeehouse’s Wednesday Night Concert Series. His

KVIK brings student filmmakers together

April 15, 2014

Despite the fact Western doesn’t have a filmmaking program, what started in 2002 as Western’s Television Broadcasting Club was later transformed the following year into the Associated

“Lover of Clothes” Student’s fashion blog gains massive following

April 21, 2014

Delighted by fashion bloggers and interested in the content they were producing, Western junior Delaney Knight embarked on a journey of creating her own blog and transforming it into a heavily