Todd Wells

Building Experience: Internship and Volunteer Fair

October 15, 2012

In this day and age, volunteer and internship experience is more important than ever. Dan Hammill, the Program Director for the Whatcom Volunteer Center, explains that the real, core skills one

Outdoor Center Offers Northwest Excursion Series

October 8, 2012

Bellingham is known for its bustling college campus, its friendly residents and, perhaps most of all, its access to some of the world’s best sea kayaking, rock climbing and hiking. Every year

Welcome To The Outback Farm

October 8, 2012

The Outback Farm has been an official Associated Students program for six years, yet it’s been a productive agricultural site for the community since the 1920s.

Weekend adventures

October 15, 2012

For many students, the weekend is more than a chance to party, hang out with friends and catch up on schoolwork. It is an opportunity to explore the Cascade Mountains, the San Juan Islands and the

Students In Ecological Restoration

October 22, 2012

Within Western there are numerous ways in which students may pursue hands-on experiential learning. One popular class, modeled around volunteer projects on campus, is Topics in Ecological

Student residential areas at risk for theft

November 12, 2012

As soon as someone moves to Bellingham they can expect to hear stories of burglary. They may listen in on students conspiring about the infamous “Mac thief” and if unlucky could even

Weekend Adventures: Mount Baker

November 5, 2012

Howling winds, cold air and heavy rains in Bellingham is a sure sign of winter’s approach. Some students trade in their tennis shoes for boots and others begin to crank up thweir thermostats.

Western gives to Hurricane Sandy victims

November 26, 2012

Hurricane Sandy has devastated families up and down the East Coast. As of November 12th over 16,000 families in just New York City were still without power. Based off an estimated $50 billion

Sounds of the Underground

November 26, 2012

The venue was packed. No chairs, stools or couches were left vacant. The carpet in front of the stage was lined with rows of students, their knees pulled tightly to their chests so that more and

2012 Whitewater Grand Prix: AS Review Writer Takes 5th

January 21, 2013

Traveling to Chile this winter to compete in the 2012 Whitewater Grand Prix was the competitive experience of a lifetime. I had been invited to race amongst 25 of the world’s best extreme

Full Issue - Vol. 28 #12 - 1/21/13

January 21, 2013


Full issue - Vol. 28 # 13 - 1/29/2013

January 29, 2013


Superhero's, winter excursions, reviews and more - Full Issue - Feb. 11, 2013

February 11, 2013


Western Confessions, Vagina Memoirs, Odesza and more - 2/26/2013 - Full Issue

February 26, 2013


Ecology Class Works to Remove Dam

March 5, 2013

Throughout the Pacific Northwest there is a growing trend for ecological restoration projects. From tree planting to riverbed reconstruction, Whatcom County, Washington State and the Pacific

Artist Profile Q&A: Jake Reller

March 5, 2013

Jake Reller, a senior in Western’s Fine Arts program, has put every ounce of energy towards doing what he loves most: creating art. The AS Review had a chance to sit down with Reller and ask

Ben Gibbard, Artist Profile, Club Showcase and more - Full Issue - Vol. 28 #18 - 3/5/13

March 5, 2013