Campus Briefs

The night before car prowls

It was a midwinter’s day, and all through the school,

All the students were studying, except for a tool. 

While the good kids were learning, a thief was about,

Stealing iPods and purses, have not a doubt.

With red two-door Mazda he has been seen,

So lock up your stuff and don’t lose your green!

TAG, you’re it

The Technology Alliance Group for Northwest Washington is holding an education summit from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., on Friday, March 16, at 3240 Northwest Ave. Panelists include Jeff Wright, Western Washington University’s dean of the college of science and technology; Janice Walker, Whatcom Community College workforce education coordinator; and Sharon Carpenter, Bellingham Technical College’s dean of professional technical education. The three will discuss what’s on the horizon for Whatcom County’s higher education institutions and what that means for local business.

NorthWood Hall staff will offer hot lunch and salad, coffee, water and a variety of sodas to attendees.  Admission is $15 for TAG members and $25 for nonmembers. Registration closes March 13. For more information, visit www.tagnw.com.

Tincture of Bellingham, in a frame

Calling all photographers! Do you have a photo that captures the essence of Bellingham? The Herald wants it! Winners of the photo contest will receive special recognition from Bellingham Mayor Kelli Linville and the Bellingham City Council. Their work will be featured on Bellingham TV Channel 10 and the city’s website, as well as added to the museum’s archives.

Entries may be submitted online, by mail or in person. Deadline for entries is May 1.
More information and an entry form are available online.

E tu, financial aid?

The priority financial aid deadline is March 15. Please have all you paperwork turned in by this date for financial aid covering summer and fall 2012 and winter and spring 2013.

Guys with guts, and guts

Guys and Guts, a health career exploration workshop for middle school boys, will be held on March 17 in the Syre Student Center.


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