WCC students recognized by Gov. Inslee

By Antonio Unpingco Gov. Jay Inslee commended Whatcom Community College students Na Eun Kim and Alan Alatorre at the 21st annual All-Washington Academic Team ceremony in Olympia on March 24.

Noisy Water Review seeks submissions

By Cailean McLeod Whatcom Community College is alive with artistic potential, which is what the Noisy Water Review is here for. The small team that runs the Noisy Water is always willing to take in art submissions of all genres and from all types of students for its blog.

College program offers cybersecurity classes for local business owners

By Jenna Dennison Whatcom Community College’s division of Community and Continuing Education will be offering a series of cybersecurity classes for small businesses throughout spring quarter. The classes cater to small business owners and employees that want to become more aware of their online presence, and also focuses on how…

Growth is all in your mind

By Evan Leahy As a student, it can be easy to get bogged down in results, but a new approach to learning suggests your “mindset” is far more important to long-term success than any specific outcomes. Whatcom Community College’s Faculty Learning Community held a forum at Heiner Theatre April 14th…

Longtime WCC coach heads to Western

By Tyler Howard Former Interim Director for the Athletic Department and former head coach for men’s basketball at Whatcom Community College, David Dunham, has accepted the position as the new assistant coach for men’s basketball at Western Washington University.

‘Breaking hearts and body parts’

By Vica Kazantseva The Bellingham Roller Betties came with a swing as crowds of families and other fellow Bellinghamsters packed the stands to watch the local roller derby teams play. Their first bout of season 9 took place at Whatcom in the Pavilion as they have in the past, with…

Eureka Room ‘puzzles’ Bellingham

By Katie Linton It all begins with a rolled up newspaper in hand, standing on the corner of Commercial and Magnolia in downtown Bellingham, right outside Jake’s Barbershop. This is where you meet your contact who leads you up the creaky stairs to the second story of the old building…