Monday, April 19, 2010
Erica Bachinski brought her friend's dog, Stikene, with her, but Stikene would rather roll in the trash than pick it up.
Western sophomore Chris Robertson Kehne examines two old bottles found in the brush.
Ric Ghirardini shows off a piece of iron he says he thinks was once a piece of a ship which fell off and rolled ashore.
Western sophomore Kayla Hendrickson grabs a French-language milk carton.
Western sophomores Brianna Gibbs and Kayla Hendrickson haul the morning's collection up the beach.
photos by Evan Derickson
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Chef Patrick Masson serves roasted chicken with pan-fried mushrooms, potatoes, and ratatouille for dinner at the Viking Commons on April 14. Masson visited WWU for the week as part of Sodexo's Global Chef program. Masson works at the Institution Notre Dame in Toulon, France. "This [visit] has been pretty sucessful," Chris Kenney, University Dining Service's director of operations, said. He said that they currently have no concrete plans for another foreign chef, but will be looking to repeat the success of this visit.
Roasted chicken with pan-fried mushrooms, asparagus, potatoes, and ratatouille.
Orange Creme Brulee.
photos by Evan Derickson
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
TJ French smiles with fake blood-stained teeth at the Western movie set of
his youtube video where he plays an elitist professor who gets stalked and
beat up by his failed students.
Director and Western Student Kalen Edwards burst into laughter after
watching the play back of a tackle scene of the professor from his movie.
Left to right: TJ French, Kalen Edwards, Andy Nguyen and Jeff Singer
watch the play back of the running scene on set of their youtube movie shot
on Western’s campus.
Western students Andy Nguyen, Michael Cailotto, Ben Levy and Jeff
Singer as the failed students, begin to sprint to the camera when action is
called on the Youtube movie set on Western’s campus.
TJ French gets direction from the director for a
tackle scene in their Youtube movie.
photos by Cejae Thompson
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Die-hard fans crowded the stage before Ghostface took the stage. Beau Boyd, who sold tickets at the front door, said the attendance was slightly more than 150.
"I don't really come out here that much, but I wish I did," said Ghostface. "Because y'all giving me a lot of energy and that's what I like." Ghostface, formerly Ghostface Killah, was a founding member of the New York based rap crew Wu-Tang Clan.
Trite Almighty, who rapped alongside Ghostface, talks with a fan outside the venue after the show. Trite said, "As far as the love that we recieved, Bellingham was good." He said the band has been touring nearly the whole year.