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…

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…

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. …

A Message of Hope Amidst a Sea of Climate Doomism

During a lecture at Western Washington University on Tuesday, March 5, author and scholar Elin Kelsey, in collaboration with the Salish Sea Institute, shared the importance of maintaining a spirit of hope – evidence-based hope – amidst disheartening climate news. Media stories of climate change rarely feature a solution to…

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…

Bike Room Gives Commuters Options

Bicycling to Whatcom Community College couldn’t be easier or more convenient for students, faculty and staff. A little-known benefit for bicyclists sits tucked into the east side of WCC’s Student Recreation Center (SRC): space for bicycle commuters to change, store their personal gear and even do minor repairs is available…

Surprise midnight match

On March 2 around 10:45 p.m., a surprise midnight match took place at the WCC soccer field between the WCC men’s soccer team and the University of Fraser Valley. Lasting around 110 minutes, this aggressive match-up between the two teams was an exciting watch for those few who were lucky…

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…

Heartbreaking loss against Everett at home

Sophomore Night against Everett ended with an excruciating 78-73 loss for the women’s basketball team and a 106-100 loss for the men’s team, both against the Everett Trojans.  The last home game for both men’s and women’s basketball started with a bang with good moods everywhere for sophomore night. WCC…

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…