By Nate Kahn As the Whatcom community transitions from fall into winter, final exams are inbound. There are many on campus resources available for students, in order to help them study and succeed. One of those resources is The Learning Center in Cascade Hall. The Whatcom Math Center has drop…
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By Nate Kahn There are many opportunities for Whatcom students to continue their learning experience outside of the classroom. From study abroad programs, to interest clubs on campus, students can pursue their educational passions in many different ways.
Hiking Club climbs to new heights
By Nate Kahn Student run clubs on Whatcom’s campus connect members of the community together. From anime and anthropology to engineering and improv, students participate in extracurricular activities.
WWU majors fair held at Whatcom
By Nate Kahn The majority of Whatcom students are working their way to a direct transfer agreement or associate’s degree in order to attend a Washington state public institution such as Western Washington University, the University of Washington, or Washington State University.
Local, Organic and on campus: Healthy choices for food abound
By Nate Kahn Eating on campus can sometimes be a challenge depending on one’s dietary restrictions and eating preferences. However, Whatcom has three different on campus eateries available to students and faculty. From Dockside Café in Syre Student Center and Orca Bay Café in the Pavilion, to the Kulshan Coffee…
Whatcom welcomes new student life director
By Nate Kahn As Whatcom students become immersed in the everyday routine of their classes, Heidi Farani, the new Interim Director for Student Life and Development is getting adjusted. Farani says she is enthused about her roll on campus and ready to strengthen the Whatcom community.
The secondhand effect of smoking on campus
By Nate Kahn From the back of Syre Student Center to between Cascade Hall and Kelly Hall, it’s nearly impossible not to catch a whiff of secondhand smoke while walking around campus. In June 2014, the Associated Students of Whatcom Community College approved a statement urging the campus to establish…