Kelly Sullivan

Peace Corps turns 50

April 4, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review For more than 200,000 Americans, the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps meant more than just a reason to honor one of the U.S. government’s most globally recognizable

The key facts of higher education

March 14, 2011

Compiled by Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review At the beginning of the year, the Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board released a report titled, “Key Facts about Higher Education in

Campus election season is upon us!

March 7, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review The filing period for candidates running for the Associated Students Board of Directors in the AS elections opens on March 7 and goes through April 7 at 5 p.m., with

Western's Circle K chapter awarded

March 7, 2011

u' ' u'Graphic courtesy of Victoria Do' Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review  The Western chapter of Circle K International, a collegiate volunteer service club dedicated to improving communities

Labyrinth show opens in VU Gallery

February 28, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review Labyrinth, the annual literary journal sponsored by the Associated Students Women’s Center and the Viking Union Gallery, showcases female experiences through art and

Not your typical Mountain Man

February 28, 2011

Music review by Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review Upon first encountering a band with a name like Mountain Man, you’re likely to think of a group of hipsters, but enhanced with dirtier, untrimmed

Fifth annual presentation of "Memoirs" starts Wednesday

February 21, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review The “Vagina Memoirs,” an adaptation of Eve Ensler’s “Vagina Monologues,” will be performed for four nights from Feb. 23 through Feb. 26. The free events, presented by

City-Slicking Chickens!

February 14, 2011

u' ' u'Chickens inside a backyard pen in the Lettered Streets neighborhood.' Photos by Daniel Berman/The AS Review Story by Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review For Bellingham resident Lise Flora

Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival

February 14, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review The community-driven Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival is celebrating its eleventh year of presenting films for the education and advocacy of global human rights

Stitching Awareness

February 7, 2011

u' ' u'The AIDS Memorial Quilt, which represents individuals who have died due to complications from AIDS, on display in the Fairhaven Auditorium. The quilt is a globally recognized symbol of

Wild Buffalo's "versus" shows

February 7, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review u' ' u'The Daft Punk v. Chromeo show at Wild Buffalo House of Music with BoomBox Kid and DJ Booger Jan. 21. Photo courtesy of Peter Fosmire.' The deep bass of

Roots are Borderless

January 31, 2011

u' ' u'Bhangra dancers perform during the South Asian Student Association\u2019s Heritage Dinner Jan. 22. Photo by Daniel Berman/The AS Review' Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review The South Asian

Condom Fashion Show call for designers

January 24, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review Wearing condoms in public isn’t usually socially acceptable. However, at the second annual Condom Fashion Show, they are almost all that will be worn.

Keeping it real with T-Pil

January 24, 2011

u' ' u'Tim Pilgrim, associate professor of journalism, in his office Tuesday, Jan. 18. Photo by Daniel Berman/The AS Review.' Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review Each year, hundreds of Western

Paying for college

January 17, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review The Associated Students Productions Civil Controversy is hosting the first segment of the “Let’s Talk About It,” discussion series on Jan. 20, in Viking Union room

Buses to Baker

January 17, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review This winter as students are heading up the Mt. Baker Highway to the snow and ice-covered slopes of Mt. Baker, many are looking for cheap transportation to offset the

The Great Northern Job Hunt

January 10, 2011

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review College students are well aware that good jobs are always hard to come by, especially in the summer when everyone is on the hunt. One place you may not have thought to

Students grading professors

December 6, 2010

u' ' u'Western has recently experimented with electronic professor evaluations as a way to cut down on paper use. However, faculty and student opinions are split on the usefulness of the system

2010-2011 AS Legislative Agenda made official

November 22, 2010

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review This year the 2011 Associated Students Legislative Agenda this year was significantly downsized in length and focus compared to years past. It has been approved as a

Biking in B'ham

November 15, 2010

u' ' u'Photos by Daniel Berman/The AS Review' Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review Many Bellingham cyclists have experienced being honked at on the road and yelled at when riding on the sidewalk. In

KVIK: Western's student TV station

November 15, 2010

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review Someone hears a bodiless laugh, a dark shadow sways with no sign of an autumn breeze, eight amateur ghost hunters sit in the dark attic above the Old Town Cafe in

Couch surfers connect through cyberspace

November 8, 2010

Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review In our teenage years a “couch surfer” described the bum friend who bounced between overnight stays on the family couch. Today, the term refers to finding a free,

Eating a Man Pie

November 8, 2010

u' ' u'Man Pies, located on Railroad Avenue, first opened its doors in June 2010. Photo by Daniel Berman/The AS Review' Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review Besides the alluring name Man Pies, this

Congo Week

November 1, 2010

Photos from Congo Panel and benefit concert by Joe Rudko/The AS Review Story by Kelly Sullivan/The AS Review The conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is perhaps one of the most

Bellingham’s unforgettable drag queen icon

November 1, 2010

u' ' u'Betty Desire performs weekly shows in various downtown venues, and also publishes The Betty Pages, an alternative-lifestyle newspaper. Photo submitted by Samantha O'Brochta.' Kelly

Western group part of coalition taking on sweatshop merchandise

June 26, 2006

By Kelly Sullivan/ The AS Review Many Western students own at least one article of clothing from the bookstore. Cozy as they may be, the sweatshirts, sweatpants and t-shirts sporting the famous WWU

Student-produced show combines dance, installation art, video and more for a wholly o

May 22, 2006

Kelly Sullivan could pass for a normal Western student, a junior in Fairhaven College now. She goes to class, eats, and sleeps like the rest of us, but beneath this guise of normality lurks a fact