In the media

04 20 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University sprinter Alex Donigian, hurdler Travis Milbrandt and steeplechaser Katelyn Steen set school and Great Northwest Athletic Conference records on Friday, April 17, at the 57th Annual Mt. SAC Relays taking place in Walnut, Calif.
04 20 15
The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University’s Western Libraries hosts Lisa Marcus and Kirsten Christenson from Pacific Lutheran University in a two-part talk, “Collaborating Across Disciplines: Holocaust and Genocide Studies at PLU,” at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 23, in Viking Union room 565.
04 20 15
The Bellingham Herald
Cellist Joshua Roman performs at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 24, at Western Washington University’s Performing Arts Center, hosted by the Bellingham Festival of Music.
04 20 15
Bellingham Business Journal
C.J. Seitz, interim director of Western Washington University’s Small Business Development Center, is a familiar face to many local businesses. Seitz worked as a business advisor at the center from 2005 until 2009. Since then, she has worked in administration in the private sector and served as a regional director of the state’s Employment Security Department. She returned to the Small Business Development Center(SBDC) in February to continue her love of advising business owners. She shared her thoughts on how local business has changed since she left the center in 2009.
04 20 15
The Bellingham Herald
Feelings run strong in our community when it comes to our northern neighbors. Much has been said in the past two years about traffic, parking and the impacts of the traveling shopper. The question is, with the loonie in a slump and available parking at our area stores and malls becoming easier to find, should you be concerned? Could fewer Canadians mean lower tax revenues which impact public services? Could your taxes rise?
04 17 15
KGMI Radio
Police are looking for a man who exposed himself to a Western Washington University student near campus. The man drove by the female student in a gold or tan SUV fondling himself earlier today just before noon. It happened close to campus near Cedar and Forest streets.
04 17 15
The Bellingham Herald
When it comes to figuring out what happens next with the Canadian dollar, checking the price of oil might be a good guide.
04 17 15
The Islands' Sounder
The small, but mighty Orcas High School Band brought home “Excellent” ratings from judges at a regional contest in Bellingham on March 25. Playing under the direction of Darren Dix, the nine-member Orcas band competed with more than 20 other high school bands at the San Juan Music Educators Association Sr. Large Group Band Contest at the Performing Arts Center on the Western Washington University campus.
04 16 15
Peninsula Gateway
Mackenzie Filkins is a creative individual with a strong work ethic and a desire to serve others. She’s a talented artist who hopes to pursue her interest in pottery after high school. After taking her first pottery class as a freshman, Filkins found a new passion. She credits her teacher, Christine Burris, with helping her discover that passion.
04 16 15
Bellingham Business Journal
Two upcoming workshops aim to help business owners find their way in the competitive marketplace for government contracting jobs. Western Washington University’s Small Business Development Center and the Washington Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) are partnering to host the two workshops, which take place at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. on May 6 at the Small Business Development Center, 115 Unity St., Suite 101.