In the media

03 16 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University sprinter Alex Donigian placed second in the men’s 60-meter final, missing out on a title by .001 of a second, at the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday, March 14, at the Birmingham CrossPlex.
03 16 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University distance runner Katelyn Steen placed fourth in the women’s 5,000 meters and sprinter Alex Donigian advanced to the finals of the men’s 60 at the NCAA Division II National Indoor Track and Field Championships on Friday, March 13, at Birmingham, Ala..
03 16 15
Peninsula Daily News
Western Washington University sent 18 students to compete at the 2015 Collegiate DECA Pacific Northwest Career Development Conference in Victoria from Feb. 28-29, winning three first-place, two second-place and eight third-place awards.
03 16 15
The Bellingham Herald
Three months after undergoing hip replacement surgery, 52-year-old Mike Medler was fit enough to win the short course title in the fourth annual Bellingham Bay Rough Water Race. So what does Medler plan for an encore?
03 16 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University scored just one run as it was swept 5-0 and 2-1 by Saint Martin’s University in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference softball doubleheader on Friday, March 13, at the SMU Softball Field.
03 13 15
The Western Front
At any given moment, the ratio of men to women in the Wade King Student Recreation Center free weight areas can be seriously skewed toward the former. This environment can seem daunting to women thinking about entering the testosterone-filled room for the first time.
03 13 15
The Western Front
Holocaust scholar John K. Roth spoke about different philosophies and ideas regarding ethical decisions before, during and after the Holocaust to a full City Council Chambers room. Throughout the Tuesday, March 10, lecture, Roth quoted and discussed memoirs of people who had lived through the Holocaust and had personal experiences with it.
03 13 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University men’s track and field sprinter Alex Donigian has a different way of setting goals than most people. For most people, success in track and field is measured in times, medals or personal bests. For Donigian, it’s based on effort.
03 13 15
The Bellingham Herald
A Western Washington University women’s rowing scrimmage scheduled for Saturday, March 14, on Lake Samish has been cancelled because of predicted high winds and rain.
03 13 15
The Bellingham Herald
When it comes to commerce flowing through the northern border between Canada and Whatcom County, the big problems have been addressed and now more work needs to be done on smaller issues.