By Cailean Mclead In the two years that I have been to Whatcom, I have never had a chance to take anything other than a bus to my classes, mainly because it was cheaper and I have the nerve to wake up at 5 in the morning every school day…
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Whatcom now offering classes in sustainable business
By Cailean Mcleod Starting this quarter, two new sets of classes will be offered toward a sustainable leadership certificate and office administration and logistics certificate at Whatcom Community College.
Drama department closes successful production
By Cailean McLeod Whatcom Community College drama department’s annual spring drama production was held June 3 in the Heiner theater. The production involved the collaboration of many drama student directors and actors in performing several published works by various past playwrights.
Former Whatcom teacher wins award
By Cailean McLeod Retired Math Department faculty member Doug Mooers received the Lifetime Achievement Award last month. Mooers, who served Whatcom Community College for nearly 30 years and retired in 2015, had contributed greatly to warrant the award from the Washington Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges.
Whatcom reveals Learning Commons
By Alex George Whatcom Community College plans to add the first state funded building on campus since Kulshan Hall was built in 2004, The Phyllis and Charles Self Learning Commons project.
Whatcom geology students recognized for work
By Antonio Unpingco Whatcom students Silas Maclachlin, Tyler Welch and Taylor Kent tested soil and water quality at the Growing Veterans Farm in Lynden for Dr. Kaatje Kraft’s Geology 110 class. Welch and Kent presented their findings at the American Geophysical Union’s national virtual poster showcase, where their digest was…
Whatcom nurses focus on student health
By Jenna Dennison Nursing students at Whatcom Community College hosted the fifth Student Led Health Fair on Monday in Syre Student Center, which focused on health topics selected for college students.
WCC to host annual GenCyber day camp
By Cailean McLeod Whatcom Community College will be hosting the annual GenCyber day camp on July 25 through 30 and August 1 through 6.
Anime fans flock to Heiner Theater
By Tyler Howard Anime fans dressed up as their favorite characters and assembled at Whatcom Community College’s Heiner Building for the 2016 Bellingham Anime Convention (BA-CON) on Saturday, May 14.
Whatcom reaches out to Latino students
By Jenna Dennison Whatcom Community College has hired Tanya Zaragoza-Rosas as the new Hispanic/Latino Admissions Outreach Coordinator. Zaragoza-Rosas’ new position encompasses a variety of different tasks, as she does outreach in the community and to middle and high schools throughout Whatcom and Skagit counties.