With a crash of thunder, a flash of light illuminates four lonely cloth-covered microphones on stage. Four men donning white jackets, plaid bowties and cummerbunds file through the audience, carrying candles and singing in close harmony.
Starting his Fall, there will be a major change happening within Western Washington University’s The Planet magazine. Huxley College of the Environment professor Rebekah Paci-Green will be retiring as the magazine’s faculty adviser and previous Seattle Times environmental journalist Warren Cornwall will be her replacement.
Passionate, determined and ambitious are only a fraction of the words used to describe Seth W. R. Brickey by his peers and mentors. As an upcoming senior, Brickey has been appointed the student trustee position by Gov. Jay Inslee to serve a one-year term on Western’s Board of Trustees. Not only will he provide a student voice on the board, but he will also be representing Western’s student body throughout this position.
Indie-alternative music drowns out the sound of electric fans blowing hot air in the warehouse studio of glass artist, Christopher Morrison. Morrison, a Bellingham local, has been working with glass for 30 years and has owned his studio for 20 years.