By Tyler Howard It was raining beer at Bellingham’s Depot Market Square on Saturday, April 30, as they celebrated the 15th anniversary for the April Brews Day beer festival.
Month: May 2016
Bellingham United kicks off 2016 season
By Antonio Unpingco, photo courtesy of David Willoughby Soccer culture in the Pacific Northwest is growing with professional teams like the Seattle Sounders, Portland Timbers, and Vancouver Whitecaps. In 2012 Bellingham got its own team to root for, the Bellingham United Football Club, known by their fans as the Hammers.
Writing center hosting ‘campus funnies’ contest
By Cailean McLeod Whatcom Community College’s writing center’s first-ever comic contest is accepting submissions from artsy and literature savvy students.
Whatcom offers classes on Japanese culture
By Cailean McLeod This quarter’s series of Japan Studies Seminars welcomes students who are interested in Japanese cultural issues.
Veteran services moves to larger office
By Jenna Dennison During the beginning of spring quarter, Whatcom Community College’s Veteran Services office moved from its old location in the Laidlaw Center to its new space in Cascade Hall.
Whatcom county caucus held at college
By Antonio Unpingco The next step in electing a democratic presidential candidate was the county convention and legislative district caucuses, held at Whatcom on May 1. This year’s County Convention had a record turnout.
Diversity discussed at Students Leading Change
By Evan Leahy Whatcom Community College Social Justice, Equity, and Pluralism committee presented the Students Leading Change Conference last Saturday, May 7 to address a variety of issues related to social justice.
ASWCC proposes new bus pass plan
By Jenna Dennison The Associated Students of Whatcom Community College are proposing an initiative that would provide Whatcom Community College students with quarterly WTA bus passes.
Muslim students share culture, views
By Tyler Howard Whatcom Community College’s World Languages department along with the Global Citizen Association and International programs held a student panel for Muslim students to share personal perspectives and attempt to clear up any misunderstandings about Islam on April 28 in Syre Auditorium.