Two weeks ago, the Whatcom Community College Engineering Club completed the production of a ready-to-use prosthetic hand.
Zain Fares-Boulos is president of the club.
“We’re looking for people to test out these hands, but it’s a small demographic,” Fares-Boulos said.
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→
Whatcom hosted an Archeology Fair in Syre Auditorium Oct. 25. with the goal of educating students about archeology.
In honor of Washington State’s Archeology Month several statewide firms, college groups, and experts in archeology presented exhibits and activities about archeology. Continue reading Students dig the archaeology fair→
The majority of Whatcom students are working their way to a direct transfer agreement or associate’s degree in order to attend a Washington state public institution such as Western Washington University, the University of Washington, or Washington State University.
The performing arts departments at Whatcom Community College might meet behind closed doors, however, they still have a presence among the student body.
The drama department directed by Gerry Large is eager for new participants. Anyone even slightly interested is welcome to participate. Continue reading Performing arts hold quarterly shows→
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