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Soccer team brings in new players

By Justin Busby

Head Coach Mary Schroeder announced Thursday, April 13 that letters of intent had been signed by Ferndale forward JazLynn Ahrens, Squalicom midfielder Payton Fowler, Bellingham forward Kayla Heidenreich, and Meridian’s pair of forwards Payton Lunde and Micaela Pimento, along with Columbia River midfielder Alexis Detling from Vancouver, Wash., Bellingham class of 2016 graduate Kylie Clark, and Ferndale class of 2015 graduate Carly Bannerman. Continue reading Soccer team brings in new players


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Activities Calender

March 14
Physical Therapist Assistant Information Session, Kulshan 226, 3-5:00pm.

March 15
Financial Aid Priority Application Deadline.
Athletics Celebration, Pavilion Gum, 4:30pm.

March 16
Music Department Winter Concert, Heiner Theatre, 7:30-9pm.

March 17
50th aniversary Exhibition Opening Reception @ Whatcom Museum, 5-7pm.

March 18-31
50th anniversary Exhibition @ Whatcom Museum.

March 21
Medical Assisting information, Kulshan 205, 3:30-5pm.

March 22
Massage practitioner information 3:30-5pm, Kulshan 205.

March 28
FHS RUnning Star Information Session, 6-8pm.

March 29
Orientation to online learning, LDC, 4-5:30pm.

April 3
Whatcom Wave, new student orientation, 9am-1pm, Syre


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‘Moana’ navigates through Polynesian culture

OPINION

By Shelby Ford

“Moana” is everything you would expect from a new feature animated movie from Disney. There is a strong-willed Princess who goes on a great adventure with her animal sidekick and many musical intervals.
Although it’s not just the catchy lyrics, tear-jerking story or beautiful animation that sets “Moana” apart, but the unique attention to detail and cultural history that’s behind it.

Continue reading ‘Moana’ navigates through Polynesian culture


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But, where do you get your protein?

OPINION

By Craig Gabrielson

I’ve heard a lot of different words used to describe me and my vegan diet; extremist, hippie, tree-hugger, naïve – the list goes on. Then add my military background, where red-blooded, steak-eating, beer-drinking masculinity is a point of pride for most. Believe me, I’ve heard my fair share of ridicule. There are other words, that I believe, and evidence shows are far more accurate: sustainable, healthy, and ethical. Continue reading But, where do you get your protein?


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