In the media

10 31 14
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University women’s soccer forward Catherine Miles was named to the Capital One Academic Division II District 8 team announced Thursday, Oct. 30.
10 31 14
The Bellingham Herald
Nationally ranked Western Washington University recorded its fourth straight shutout and 13th this season as it blanked Northwest Nazarene University 2-0 in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference women’s soccer contest Thursday, Oct. 30, in Nampa, Idaho.
10 31 14
The Bellingham Herald
Chad Radulovich scored a pair of goals and Luke Olney had three assists, leading Western Washington University to a 4-0 victory over South Dakota Mines School of Mines on Thursday, Oct. 30, in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference men’s soccer contest at Harrington Field on the WWU campus.
10 31 14
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University had a seven-match winning streak snapped as it was swept 25-14, 25-15, 25-23, by Northwest Nazarene University in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference volleyball match on Thursday, Oct. 30, between two nationally ranked teams in Nampa, Idaho.
10 31 14
Bellingham Business Journal
The Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce & Industry announced its Nonprofit and Green Business of the Year, as well as nominees for the its Small and Large Business of the Year awards.
10 31 14
Bellingham Business Journal
Karen Stout has been named to the Bowman Distinguished Professorship in Leadership and will be director of the Karen W. Morse Institute for Leadership at Western Washington University, the school announced.
10 31 14
The Bellingham Herald
Holocaust survivor Noemi Ban will share her story at two talks at Western Washington University on Wednesday, Nov. 12, and Thursday, Nov. 13. The hour-long talks begin at 6 p.m. in Arntzen Hall 100; they are free and open to the public. Ban survived Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp and has shared her story with thousands of people throughout the years.
10 31 14
The Bellingham Herald
While the topics were broad, a few main points were regularly brought up at the inaugural Cyber Risk Summit: Computer attacks are on the rise and can hit large and small businesses. But much of the threat can be defeated by following basic security tactics.
10 31 14
The Bellingham Herald
More than 100 costumed Western Washington University students will host the fifth annual “Halloween on the Ridge,” a safe and fun trick-or-treating event for children of the Bellingham community, from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, at the Ridgeway Complex on Western’s campus. The event will start in the Ridgeway Complex lounge.
10 30 14
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University’s Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ryan Dudenbostel, presents its annual Halloween benefit featuring music with eerie themes and frightening pop-culture references at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31, at the Performing Arts Center Concert Hall, on campus.