In the media

11 24 14
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University rallied from a seven-point deficit with 1:02 left in regulation and went on to claim an 80-77 overtime win over UC-San Diego to conclude final-day action at the West Region Crossover Classic on Saturday, Nov. 22, at Sam Carver Gymnasium on the WWU campus. The Vikings, ranked No. 21 in the USA Today Sports Preseason Top 25 Coaches Poll, improved to 2-2. Center Kayla Bernsen led the Vikings with 19 points before fouling out.
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Billboard
Before Odesza's Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight were topping Billboard's Dance/Electronic Albums chart and headlining nearly sold-out, back-to-back world tours, the two Seattle beatmakers were just another unsigned band dealing with the hardships of the road -- and extreme fandom -- themselves.
11 24 14
WCLV 104.9-FM
The Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra is one of the nation's finest youth orchestras. This weekend, they present their first concert of the season, led by Music Director Brett Mitchell.
11 24 14
The Bellingham Herald
“The Greenland Project,” a snowboard film starring Seattle’s Lucas Debari, is coming to Seattle on Dec. 2. The film will be screened at 7:30 p.m. at The Neptune Theatre, 1303 NE 45th Street, Seattle. Tickets are $12 (plus a $3.25 per order fee) and are available in advance online.
11 24 14
The Bellingham Herald
Who: James (Jim) Bertolino, 72, “old enough to know better;” and Anita K. Boyle, 59, “old enough not to care.”
11 21 14
The Seattle Times blogs
On Nov. 15, five local college students appeared before an audience at the University of Washington to share their journeys of achieving college access despite significant challenges and set-backs. “Storytellers: How I Got into College” was hosted as part of the UW Dream Project’s Admissions Workshop Weekend, an annual event that brings dozens of high-school students from throughout King County to UW for assistance completing their college applications. Go here for a written recap and photos from the evening’s program. Videos of each storyteller are posted below.
11 21 14
The Bellingham Herald
A developer will not build a proposed 216-unit apartment complex for Western Washington University students south of the Lakeway Fred Meyer. Campus Crest Communities announced Thursday, Nov. 20, that it is selling the 15-acre site along Interstate 5, west of Lincoln Street, as it seeks to improve its financial outlook.
11 21 14
The Bellingham Herald
A courageous comeback fell short as Western Washington University lost to Cal State San Bernardino, 25-21, 25-19, 22-25, 25-23, in the first match of the NCAA Division II West Regional opening round between two nationally ranked teams on Thursday, Nov. 20, at Johnson Sports Center on the campus of host Northwest Nazarene University.
11 21 14
The Western Front
For a former NFL quarterback, you would think the hardest hits Eric Hipple took were on the field. But, Hipple, who played for the Detroit Lions for 10 years, has felt worse pain than rough tackles and broken bones. In his book “Real Men Do Cry,” Hipple shares his story of battling depression after being cut from the team when he was 32 and the downward spiral he faced after his 15-year-old son committed suicide.
11 21 14
The Western Front
Two Western students are establishing a campus chapter of Her Campus, a global online magazine focused toward college-aged women, in an effort to empower women and spark confidence among all genders. Seniors Jessica Fletcher and Laura Horton applied for an internship at Her Campus in August 2014. When they went through a three-step application process of submitting material, they felt was important for women to know, Fletcher said in an email.