Sabah Randhawa

Whatcom County Council is considering a request from Western Washington University for $75,000 in funding for the creation of a traditional Coast Salish style Longhouse.

The council unanimously offered verbal support for the project at their meeting Tuesday, Feb. 22. Whatcom County…

BY SABAH RANDHAWA AND MARTY CAVALLUZZI

For many Washington residents, particularly in underserved areas, the path to a four-year baccalaureate education and greater social mobility often begins in our community college system.

But too few of the students who enter community…

At Western, we are fortunate that our students, faculty and staff are committed to making a positive impact in the world, to living their values and seeing them reflected in the operations of the University.  Just as in our personal lives, determining which course of action to take as a…

WWU President Sabah Randhawa recently visited Poulsbo to kick-off a fundraising drive to establish a Western-sponsored Small Business Development Center in Poulsbo.  Western has hosted the largest SBDC program in the state since 1983.  Last year, the Whatcom County SBDC helped create or save…

Dear Campus Community:

I am certain that I speak for all of us in condemning the horrific and heartbreaking terrorist violence perpetrated against Muslim worshippers in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.  This beautiful and peaceful country now joins scores of other countries…

Wednesday, December 12 from 3:00-4:30 p.m.

NEW LOCATION: MAC Gym, Wade King Student Recreation Center

(Please enter through the side entrance adjacent to the track)

Link to reply online.

In the spirit of giving, the celebration will include:

50/50 Drawing…

All students are invited to ‘Sandwiches with Sabah’ in the VU’s Underground Coffeehouse from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 17.

President Sabah and Melynda Huskey, vice president for Enrollment and Student Services, invite all students to join them for sandwiches, cookies,…

The installation ceremony for the Arch of Healing and Reconciliation, a granite monument honoring the sacrifices and contributions of Whatcom County’s immigrants, was held Saturday morning at Bellingham City Hall. Sabah Randhawa,…

 The Everett Community College Foundation’s breakfast on Tuesday raised a record-setting $120,000 to support student scholarships and college programs.

More than 450 people attended the breakfast, which featured keynote speaker Western Washington University President Sabah…

BY SABAH RANDHAWA

 

It seems that no matter where I go, the topic of student enrollment and housing at Western Washington University comes up. And that’s understandable as housing and rental prices have been steadily…

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