The Western Washington University Board of Trustees named Oregon State University Provost and Executive Vice President Sabah U. Randhawa as the preferred candidate in their search for Western’s president. Randhawa currently serves as Oregon State University’s provost and executive vice president. “I am honored and excited to be considered as the preferred candidate for president […]
By Jeffrey Osborn Northwest Asian Weekly The human race has been considered a race of hunter–gatherers. Groups that lived inland hunted wild animals and when the opportunity presented itself, they fished in lakes and rivers. Alternatively, groups that lived by a coast relied far more heavily on fish from the ocean, naturally leading to the […]
Lauren McClanahan, an associate professor of secondary education in Western Washington University’s Woodring College of Education, is showing a series of photos she took this past summer in Bellingham’s sister city of Tsetserleg, Mongolia, in the Wilson Library Skybridge on campus through Nov. 27.
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Ark Chin, a Chinese American community leader, passed away at his home on Nov. 13. He was 87 years old. Chin was born in a small village in Tai Shan, China, in 1924 and immigrated to the United States with his parents at the age of 10. He worked in […]
Six Western Washington University (WWU) students were selected to attend the Leadership Lunch Program at the College of Business and Economics (CBE) at WWU.
Byron Yee graduated with special honors and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre arts and business administration. Yee was named an “Outstanding Graduate” by the theatre arts department. He was also selected as the student speaker for his commencement ceremony by the College of Business and Economics. Yee’s rousing and fiery speech received a standing ovation and is currently being used as a promotional tool by the university.