Tantric sex is a ritual combining spirituality with intercourse.
Bellingham Firefighters control the burning Reid Boiler Works on Saturday, Feb. 9, near South Bay trail in Fairhaven.
Western sophomore Alex Thon kiteboards on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at Locust Beach. Thon has been kiteboarding for eight years and as President of Western's kiteboarding club he teaches others how to kiteboard.
“I really enjoy playing baseball because I like team sports. I like the team aspect, working with other people. How not one person can make a play, or make a game happen. I mainly played catcher, it's more involved,” said Leo Garibaldi, 20.
Western senior and communications major Jeanie Tran, left, and senior Fairhaven interdisciplinary study major Brian O’Sullivan, right, play in the snow Sunday, Feb. 23, at Laurel Park. Tran, O’Sullivan and their friends built a “Beyoncé” snowman. Seven inches of snow were reported between Bellingham and Everson since Saturday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
A young woman balances on the fence at Boulevard Park.
Western freshman Eric Lim, an electrical engineering major, practices his dance moves on Wednesday, March 5, in Academic West. Lim practices on Wednesday nights as part of the Hip Hop Association of Western
"Why We Recreate," a film-in-the-making by more than 50 recreation students, will focus on the importance of the world beyond technology. The film will feature students with technology addiction.
Western forwards Sarah Hill, left, and Sydney Donaldson, center, battle Northwest Nazarene forward Katie Swanson for control of the ball.
KC Lange is a tattoo artist working at Old Gold Tattoo parlor on State street in Bellingham. Lange graduated from college in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in communications but soon after began his pursuit of a career as a tattoo artist.
Fifth-year Bfa student Hayley Boyd holds out her hands after working on a drawing using charcoal and acrylic paint.