College program offers cybersecurity classes for local business owners

By Jenna Dennison

Whatcom Community College’s division of Community and Continuing Education will be offering a series of cybersecurity classes for small businesses throughout spring quarter. The classes cater to small business owners and employees that want to become more aware of their online presence, and also focuses on how businesses can protect their online information. Continue reading College program offers cybersecurity classes for local business owners


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Growth is all in your mind

By Evan Leahy

As a student, it can be easy to get bogged down in results, but a new approach to learning suggests your “mindset” is far more important to long-term success than any specific outcomes. Whatcom Community College’s Faculty Learning Community held a forum at Heiner Theatre April 14th to discuss the impact having a “growth mindset” can make on a person’s learning and accomplishments. Continue reading Growth is all in your mind


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‘Dope’ doesn’t disappoint

By Katie Linton

Dope, is a 2015 movie that grossed $6.1 million on opening weekend in the box office, and was just recently released on Netflix. It follows high school senior, Malcolm as he navigates life in a rough neighborhood; Inglewood, California a.k.a. “The Bottoms.” A run-in with a drug dealer, played by the notorious A$AP Rocky making his debut in the film industry, leads Malcolm and his buddies, Diggy and Jib, on quite the adventure. Continue reading ‘Dope’ doesn’t disappoint


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