By Alex George I can’t believe I’m saying this; but I’ve come to accept that Donald Trump will be the Republican Party’s nomination to run for president of the United States. It seems like over the past few months he’s said something that should derail his run for the White…
By Kara Veldman Free food and conversation is available at Stone Soup nights every Tuesday, from 5-7pm in the Intercultural Center, Syre 217. These events were created in response to the student panelists from last school year’s All College Day who vocalized that “they deeply valued and felt supported by…
By Vica Kazantseva For anybody who wished to learn more about the European refugee crisis, ‘International Week’ was the perfect week for students to get educated on migration and the current living conditions/ issues that many families are facing in the Middle East.
By Cailean Mcleod Students curious about the tradition of Mardi Gras were entertained on Feb. 9 a Whatcom Community College’s Pavilion. Acts included the Bellingham Circus Guild, and various traditions such as King Cake and prizes.
By Evan Leahy Human rights awareness took center stage at the 16th Annual Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival last week, which featured films exploring social, cultural and environmental issues facing the world today.
By Vica Kazantseva The Whatcom Humane Society has raised concerns that the 42-year-old tradition of “Donkey Basketball” in the Ferndale School District is animal cruelty.
By Kara Veldman The sound of children playing on campus is not a new thing for Whatcom Community College. Until June 18, 2010, Whatcom had an accredited Childcare Development Center.
By Evan Leahy As November’s Presidential election continues to draw closer, the tone of the race between Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination continues to intensify.
By Katie Linton Since the birth of snowboarding in the 1960’s Baker has been a headlining mountain for boarders all over the world. The slalom is one of those things that highlights Baker’s history within the culture of snowboarding.
By Alex George After eight seasons in the National Football League, spending five of those as Seattle’s starting running back, Marshawn Lynch has decided to retire, making the announcement by tweeting a picture of his lime green cleats hanging on a telephone wire after the Super Bowl on Sunday.