By Justin Busby
Tightly contested games have the Whatcom women in danger of a short season but new additions could bolster the lineup for the second half.
The Whatcom women’s basketball team has worked incredibly hard every minute on the court, however it may not be enough as the team sits tied for sixth with seven games remaining in the regular season.
Continue reading Orcas hope for victory
By Justin Busby
Students are encouraged to utilize as many resources at Whatcom as possible so they can continue to be successful during college including counseling, the math and writing centers, and the many different ways of getting money through scholarships or financial aid.
Continue reading Whatcom Foundation offers scholarships, grants
By Craig Gabrielson
After nearly a decade of back and forth, Whatcom’s $35-million construction project, the Phyllis and Charles Self Learning Commons has made the Washington governor’s budget and is now pending state legislature approval. If approved, construction is set to begin in the summer of 2017.
Continue reading Learning Commons awaits green light
By Shelby Ford
Many dream of traveling the world, and many never get the chance. To walk the streets of Florence, take a cooking class in Barcelona, or spectate a sumo wrestling match in Tokyo. Traveling abroad is an incomparable experience that students rarely take advantage of.
Continue reading Whatcom, the world is calling
By Naira Gonzales Aranda
Student discounts continue to grow as local food markets, online stores, gyms, and even public transportation jump on the Whatcom student discount advantages.
Continue reading Local discounts for students