Club Focus: Serving Growing Student Interest

A new club hopes to serve students an opportunity to play a beloved sport. The group first started off with casual meetups in the student recreation center with a capacity of 10 students. These started informally back in December 2021, during the end of the fall quarter, and began to…

Whatcom Partners with Museum to Bring REDress Project to Community

Whatcom Community College recently partnered with Whatcom Museum to bring a display of empty red dresses to downtown Bellingham. The REDress Project is designed to bring awareness to the data, or lack thereof, regarding missing and murdered Indigenous women. Métis Nation member Jaime Black began the original REDress Project in…

Club Focus: What is Neurodiversity?

There’s a new club on campus. “Awareness, Acceptance, Advocacy,” a handmade sign advertises a new organization for WCC.  One of Whatcom Community College’s newest clubs hopes to create a safe space for neurodivergent students. Per Harvard Health, neurodiversity describes the idea that people experience and interact with the world around…