Whatcom Community College News
Browse past news stories for Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA.
- Former Falcons compete on college fall teams / Alumni update
Bellevue reached the quarterfinals of the 28-team Northwest Athletic Conference championship tournament. Freshmen Michael Lux and Graham Colar played soccer for Whatcom ...
- Pro-Lifers Face Continued Violence, Vandalism
Several cases of vandalism in recent month targeting pro-lifers You are not signed in as a Premium user; we rely on Premium users to support our news reporting. Sign in or Sign up today! DETROIT ( ChurchMilitant.com ) - Pro-lifers continue facing vandalism, including on college campuses. Earlier this month, a pro-life ...
- Vandalism over dialogue
An investigation continues into yet another incident where a pro-abortion student wrecked a pro-life display on a college ...
- Whatcom Community College to get $500000 in medical program grants - The Bellingham Herald
Medical assistant program coordinator Ann Hayes talks to her class in September 2013 at Whatcom Community College's health building, on Cordata Parkway north of the main campus. The c ...
- Monroe setter Giselle Hollaus joins Whatcom Community College spikers - Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
The 5-foot-6 Hollaus attracted interest from other colleges, including Walla Walla Community College of Walla Walla, Washington. Hollaus, though, will become acquainted with Walla W ...
- Whatcom Community College Receives College Spark Community Grant - whatcomtalk.com
Whatcom Community College received two grants totaling $300,000 to help low-income students succeed in college math and English classes. Whatcom received two of the ...
- Free cybersecurity camps offered at Whatcom Community College - The Bellingham Herald
BELLINGHAM. Whatcom Community College is accepting applications for free one-week GenCyber camps this summer for middle and high school students who are interested in the grow ...
- Retired Whatcom Community College Math Faculty Receives Lifetime Achievement Award - whatcomtalk.com
A retired Whatcom Community College (WCC) mathematics faculty member has received top honors from the Washington Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges. Doug Mooe ...
- Social justice issues focus of Whatcom Community College event - The Bellingham Herald
Social-justice issues like sexual identity, depression and bullying will be the focus of a daylong free conference at Whatcom Community College on Saturday, May 7. The ...
- Whatcom Community College to host panel on Islam - The Bellingham Herald
BELLINGHAM - Muslim students from Whatcom Community College will discuss their personal perspectives on Islam in a panel Thursday, April 28. The event, Voic ...
- Governor Inslee Appoints Dr. Diane Staves to Whatcom Community College Board of Trustees - whatcomtalk.com
Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed Bellingham resident and retired medical doctor Diane Staves to Whatcom Community College's Board of Trustees. Staves began her five-year t ...
- Whatcom Community College men advance to conference title game - The Bellingham Herald
For the first time in program history, the Whatcom Community College men's basketball team advanced to the Northwest Athletic Conference championship game Sunday, March 13, in Everett, but the Orcas came up short, falling 91-84 t ...
- Canyon Ridge soccer player signs with Whatcom Community College - KMVT
Ajay Gurung who came to the United States from Nepal inked with Whatcom Community College. The forward earned first team all Great Basin honors this past fall after ...
- Whatcom Community College on list of 150 best - The Bellingham Herald
whatcomtalk.comNine Washington colleges, including Whatcom Community College, are on list of the 150 best in the nation. The colleges were picked by the nonprofit Aspen Institute, which will choose a grand prize winner in early 2017. The Aspen Prize comes with a $1 ...Whatcom Community College Nam ...
- Governor Inslee Appoints John Pedlow to Whatcom Community College Board of Trustees - whatcomtalk.com
Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed Bellingham resident and retired business executive John Pedlow to Whatcom Community College's Board of Trustees. Pedlow began his five-year ...
- Whatcom Community College gets federal grant to stop hackers - The Seattle Times
Whatcom Community College in Bellingham was awarded two grants from the National Science Foundation to lead computer security education efforts across the West Coast and the ...
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