Entertainment Index

  • What students enjoy about the visual arts at WCC

    What students enjoy about the visual arts at WCC
    The students of Whatcom Community College’s visual arts classes are sharing themselves and their identities in the pieces they make — and their work calls for more than a second or third glance! Rob Beishline, arts professor and Visual Arts Faculty Lead at WCC, said one of his favorite things about teaching art at WCC is ...
  • Mount Baker Theater offers special student discount

    Mount Baker Theater offers special student discount
    Pamyua, an Alaskan band known for their unique blend of traditional Inuit music and contemporary sounds, will be performing Wednesday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m. at the Mount Baker Theater. Pamyua, touted as Alaska’s Most Famous Inuit Soul Band, combines traditional Inuit music with contemporary R&B and Soul to create a unique style and sound. As ...
  • Save Our Whale

    Save Our Whale
    WCC’s adorable, fun-loving mascot Finn “Finny” Dorsellini is in distress. At some point in recent years, Finny’s right eye was damaged. Shipping Finny back to his original creator in Toronto, Canada for repairs is expensive and time-consuming, and help is needed to find a local specialist to get Finn looking their best again. Recently, Finny and ...
  • Student-directed plays are a unique opportunity

    Student-directed plays are a unique opportunity
    At 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 12, two one-act plays were presented by four Drama students to friends, family, and faculty. The first was J. Holtham’s “Margo at Sea” and the second Michael Wallace’s “Famous Last Words.” Directed by Aydin Aliseo, Christina Leland as Margo and Caleb Conway as Lewis in “Margo at Sea” delivered punchy, ...
  • A Treat for the Eyes and Ears in Heiner

    A Treat for the Eyes and Ears in Heiner
    A treat for the eyes and ears awaits the audience this Thursday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. in Heiner 209.  Yesterday afternoon, a preview of the collaboration between WCC’s Modern Dance students and WCC’s Contemporary Music Ensemble took place, with the performance highlighting student dance, music arrangements, improvisations and compositions.  Music students in the ensemble focused on ...
  • Women’s History Month: Resources and Upcoming Events

    Women’s History Month: Resources and Upcoming Events
    This year’s theme for Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day (tomorrow, March 8) is “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion,” which is meant to recognize women who have long understood the necessity to eliminate bias and discrimination from everyday life and institutions. The roots of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day are ...
  • March Forth on March Fourth

    The calendar of obscure and unofficial holidays contains many silly and fun observations, and rare is the day in any given month that does not have at least one. Yet, some of these holidays have a deeper meaning. Celebrated on March 4, March Forth and Do Something Day is a day to make a stance and ...
  • Cardboard Confections

    Cardboard Confections
    A smorgasbord of dessert in the Learning Commons provides a feast for your eyes. Student artists and library staff have worked together to create a sweet installation of art and books. Cardboard Confections, a food-themed art show, features student creations from the Visual Arts Department. Maya Moore’s “It Mayo Shock You” features a chocolate glazed torte ...
  • The Mañalac Piano Duo Gives a Pleasant Late Winter Recital

    The Mañalac Piano Duo Gives a Pleasant Late Winter Recital
    Husband and wife duo Dr. Gabriel Mañalac and Rebecca Mañalac treated an audience of students, faculty, and community members to an hour of engaging piano pieces in Heiner Theater on Wednesday, Feb 21. After a brief introduction from the duo, they began with French impressionist composer Maurice Ravel’s “Malagueña” and Mother Goose Suite, which begin delicately ...
  • ASWCC Student Government gives every student a voice

    ASWCC Student Government gives every student a voice
    The ASWCC Student Government, which includes the Executive Board and the Senate, is working on several projects aimed at improving students’ experiences at WCC and amplifying their voices. ASWCC is the acronym for Associated Students of Whatcom Community College, whereas the ASWCC Student Government is the group of students selected to represent all student interests and ...