Wavelength

Wavelength Wavelength is a group of student creators that make digital content for the student body⚡️ You can email submissions or send them to our mailing address.

Published most Mondays during the school year by the Associated Students of Western Washington University, we are a student-produced weekly publication. We create a media platform for student life and government, arts and entertainment, culture, under-represented topics, and all things of Western student interest. We have a direct connection to the AS Board of Directors, though we strive to be ope

n and transparent about this relationship, and report on such things as objectively as possible. We welcome reader submissions, including news articles, literary pieces, photography, artwork or anything else physically printable. They will be returned if you include a self-addressed, stamped envelope. We also welcome letters to the editor. Please limit your letter to 300 words and include your name, phone number, and year in school if you're a student. Published letters may have minor edits made to their length or grammar, if necessary. We don’t sell ad space. Email [email protected] to have an event listed in the calendar. We welcome reader submissions, but if you are interested in writing for the Review, keep an eye out for job openings or email us at [email protected].

05/26/2023

Shayna went and checked out the outdoor wellness program last week! The outdoor wellness program is a collaboration with the OC and westerns counseling and wellness offices that offers students a place to be in nature while working on themselves!🌿🌲☀️🗣️

If you’d like to learn more about the Outdoor Wellness Program please visit their website at the link below: https://cwc.wwu.edu/outdoor-wellness-program You can also follow their instagram with the @ below: .outdoorwellness

Produced and edited by: Shayna Dumont

Check out the full article in our link tree in our bio!

05/12/2023

Have you said happy Mother’s Day to your mom yet? Well this is your reminder that the day to celebrate your mom is this Sunday! So even if you are far away or near by take some time to celebrate the people who you love or call mom!💕💐💞

05/11/2023

“Inspired by the NPR Tiny Desk, Wavelength was joined by one of Bellingham’s local bands, Kitty Obsidian, to be interviewed and even play a few songs. Kitty Obsidian is an R&B band, comprised of two current Western students. Watch as we uncover how the band formed, learn insights about the members, and listen to a first time live performance on set!”

Local music is a big part of living in Bellingham so we brought on a local band to talk about what it’s like to be a band and what it’s like to be a Band in Bellingham! 🐈‍⬛🎶🎸🥁

Watch the full podcast at the link in our link tree!

"Talking Sh*t with The AS Review," a deep dive into the best bathrooms across campus with the AS Review staff. With clas...
01/20/2022

"Talking Sh*t with The AS Review," a deep dive into the best bathrooms across campus with the AS Review staff. With classes resuming in person next week, let this be your guide when you need it most.

https://asreview.org/2022/01/19/talking-sht-with-the-as-review/

By: Abbey Raynes With the hopeful return of in-person instruction soon upon us, both old and new students come to campus with the same unfamiliar and anxious feeling. As classes get back on campus,…

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Published online during the school year by the Associated Students of Western Washington University, we are a student-produced alternative publication. We create a media platform for student life and government, arts and entertainment, culture, under-represented topics and all things of Western student interest. We have a direct connection to the AS Board of Directors, though we strive to be open and transparent about this relationship and report on such things as objectively as possible. We welcome reader submissions, including news articles, literary pieces, photography or artwork. You can email submissions or send them to our mailing address. They will be returned if you include a self-addressed, stamped envelope. We also welcome letters to the editor. Please limit your letter to 300 words and include your name, pronouns, phone number and year in school if you're a student. Published letters may have minor edits made to their length or grammar, if necessary. We don’t sell ad space. Email [email protected] to have an event listed in our events section. We welcome reader submissions, but if you are interested in writing for the Review, keep an eye out for job openings or email us at [email protected].

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