Category Archives: WHATCOM VOICES

L’editor: Swallow your pride and get published

Dear Fleabags,

Every issue, I ask my writers to scrounge the campus for any student they can find to ask them our bi-monthly Whatcom Voices question. As a team, our staff will sit around our conference table and try to pick a winning question.

This can take a while because I very strongly detest basic questions.

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What are you most excited for this summer?

Student Caleb Hale
Caleb Hale, 18
“I am excited to go backpacking and climbing mountains, and to have a real job cleaning gutters.”

 

Student Emma Bennink
Emma Bennink, 17
“Getting to see my friends, because most of them are still in high school.”

 

Student Connor Christe
Connor Christe, 19
“I live up on Lopez Island, and i’m going to be beach bumming and renting kayaks to people.”

 

Student Eli Jolly
Eli Jolly, 17
“I want to go to the lake as much as possible, and work a lot and save up some money.”

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Whatcom Voices

“What is one thing about the opposite sex you will never understand?”

"Competing with everything, having the constant gratification of winning." --Lela Thomas Pigott, 20
“Competing with everything, having the constant gratification of winning.” –Lela Thomas Pigott, 20

"Makeup, and constantly comparing themselves to other girls." --Manuel Castellan, 20
“Makeup, and constantly comparing themselves to other girls.” –Manuel Castellan, 20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Women are indirect and they find creative ways of asking for things." --Alex Crape, 16
“Women are indirect and they find creative ways of asking for things.” –Alex Crape, 16

"Why do they play with girls’ feelings?" --Mykela Puckering, 17
“Why do they play with girls’ feelings?” –Mykela Puckering, 17

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