Check out the articles about “First Couple of Organic Farming” Tom & Cheryl Thornton
And “Foodie Forager” Jennifer Hahn
standup comedian Andy Haynes, '05 Fairhaven has been and continues to be aired on Comedy Central! Here is the link to Comedy Central and his recent clips: http://www.comedycentral.com/comedians/andy-haynes
"Most of us walk around on the surface of the earth, thinking that's all there is. But divers know better. There's just as much going on under the water as there is on land. We hear how dipping below the surface completely changed one diver's perspective.
This unusual interview comes from the podcast Here Be Monsters. Its creator, Jeff Emtman, is one of the recipients of KUOW's Program Venture Fund. He'll be moving to Seattle to do some reporting for us this summer."
Drue Robinson, Fairhaven alumna and adjunct faculty, restarts the Bellingham Children's Theater. "Bellingham Children's Theatre finds steady roost downtown" (Bellingham Herald, 1/4/10)
Fairhaven Alumnus Ryan Ward featured in the Ballard News Tribune: "Muralist looks for new sites." Muralist Ryan Henry Ward touches up his unicorn mural under the watchful eye of his companion, Merlin, at Leary Avenue Northwest and 8th Avenue Northwest.
Law & Diversity Program Cohort 7 Alumni Ema Virdi, Cathi O'Connell, and Christine Dow recently passed the Washington State Bar exam!
"Prayer Wheel to carry Bellingham residents' hopes to Obama," features Fairhaven alumnus and potter Chris Moenche...
Fairhaven Alumnus Coll Thrush, now at UBC in the History department, won a Washington State Book Award in the history category with his book from UW Press, Native Seattle: Histories from the Crossing-Over Place.
Lesley Thomas' award-winning arctic novel "Flight of the Goose" is displayed with the
exhibit "The Last Polar Bear" at the Burke Museum at the UW; it is used as a
textbook at Boston University theololgy dept, and by North Slope School
district for its Inupiaq Values curriculum. See her author site.
Flip Breskin leads fight to keep Roeder Home an arts center. Last January, county officials slashed funding for arts programs at the house, and staff who worked there were removed. "I was outraged," said Flip Breskin...(Bellingham Herald, 12/28/09)