Western students rally at the Paint B’Ham Blue for WWU event Sept. 27, in Bellingham. In the past 10 years, rising tuition and a renewed effort to keep more students from drifting over the four-year line has led to a big increase in on-time graduation at all Washington universities.
Western students rally at the Paint B’Ham Blue for WWU event Sept. 27, in Bellingham. In the past 10 years, rising tuition and a renewed effort to keep more students from drifting over the four-year line has led to a big increase in on-time graduation at all Washington universities. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
Western students rally at the Paint B’Ham Blue for WWU event Sept. 27, in Bellingham. In the past 10 years, rising tuition and a renewed effort to keep more students from drifting over the four-year line has led to a big increase in on-time graduation at all Washington universities. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

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