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
By Sophia Crossley
In honor of Earth Day on April 22, local organizations held several events throughout Bellingham.
The Whatcom Community College Sustainability Club held Earth Week. Continue reading Bellingham celebrates Earth Day
Physical Therapist Assistant Information Session, Kulshan 226, 3-5:00pm.
Financial Aid Priority Application Deadline.
Athletics Celebration, Pavilion Gum, 4:30pm.
Music Department Winter Concert, Heiner Theatre, 7:30-9pm.
50th aniversary Exhibition Opening Reception @ Whatcom Museum, 5-7pm.
50th anniversary Exhibition @ Whatcom Museum.
Medical Assisting information, Kulshan 205, 3:30-5pm.
Massage practitioner information 3:30-5pm, Kulshan 205.
FHS RUnning Star Information Session, 6-8pm.
Orientation to online learning, LDC, 4-5:30pm.
Whatcom Wave, new student orientation, 9am-1pm, Syre
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?
By Naira Gonzales Aranda
Former US Ambassador John M Koenig gave a presentation at Whatcom regarding our relationship with Russia and past/current events.
Koenig went over what started the deterioration in the relations between Moscow and other Western capitals, the first Cold War, where we’re at now and the brewing of a “new Cold War,” as well as NATO’s part in all of this, all the way up to our current standing.
Koenig went over the first Cold War, happening after World War II dating as early as 1947 and as late as 1991. Continue reading Koenig holds a talk on current relations with Russia