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Pandemic’s effects wane as WWU returns

Campus and classrooms fully open; masking, COVID boosters optional

Yaileen Gonzalez with the Latinx Student Union waves a Mexican Flag and dances at the Associated Students Info Fair at Western Washington University on Sept. 19. Clubs and organizations from around campus gather at the start of each school year to invite new and returning students to their clubs.
Yaileen Gonzalez with the Latinx Student Union waves a Mexican Flag and dances at the Associated Students Info Fair at Western Washington University on Sept. 19. Clubs and organizations from around campus gather at the start of each school year to invite new and returning students to their clubs. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Nolan Baker News Intern
Western Washington University students, faculty and staff began fall quarter Wednesday as close to â

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