By Keenan Gray Whatcom Community College women’s soccer team capped off the 2018 season finishing second in the Northwest Athletic Conference North Division and clinched a playoff spot, only to lose it in the first round of the playoffs in double overtime to Tacoma Community College 3-2. The women’s soccer…
By Simon Thomas Jarrett Martin has attended Whatcom Community College for the past four years and has been the Associated Students of Whatcom Community College (ASWCC) president for the last year. Martin originally came to Washington from Arkansas to attend Digipen Institute of Technology, a private college in Redmond, Washington,…
By Kai Vieira de Rosa Ed Harri, was selected Interim Vice President for Instruction on April 3, 2017 after Whatcom’s past Vice President for Instruction, Curt Freed, moved to Colorado to fill a presidency position at Morgan Community College.
By Eric Hermosada The Roe Art Studio on Whatcom Community College campus is named after Kathryn Roe, Whatcom’s art instructor from 1971-2007. Roe is the founder and director of Anansi Education, which is a nonprofit organization that funds high school education for students in Ghana, West Africa.
By Shelby Ford On May 29, 1927, at the Leopold Hotel, a group of Bellingham community members sat down at their first meeting, marking the birth of Whatcom Community College. These individuals were the Board of Trustees appointed by Dan Evans, then governor of Washington.
By Shelby Ford Willie the Orca has made it to the Elite Eight of the Northwest Athletic Conference’s mascot challenge. The mascot challenge is a five-week competition for a $1,000 prize that will go to purchasing a new costume. Willie is currently No. 7 in the rankings, and moving into…
By Justin Busby Students are encouraged to utilize as many resources at Whatcom as possible so they can continue to be successful during college including counseling, the math and writing centers, and the many different ways of getting money through scholarships or financial aid.
By Craig Gabrielson After nearly a decade of back and forth, Whatcom’s $35-million construction project, the Phyllis and Charles Self Learning Commons has made the Washington governor’s budget and is now pending state legislature approval. If approved, construction is set to begin in the summer of 2017.
By Shelby Ford Many dream of traveling the world, and many never get the chance. To walk the streets of Florence, take a cooking class in Barcelona, or spectate a sumo wrestling match in Tokyo. Traveling abroad is an incomparable experience that students rarely take advantage of.
Photos and Story by Shelby Ford Do you want to see Whatcom President Kathi Hiyane Brown and the cabinet members dancing with mascot Willie the Orca? Then head over to WCC Athletics Facebook page!