September 18, 2019 / Christine Clarridge / The Seattle Times

Seattle Times Calls Bellingham the Best College Town in Washington State

As Christine Clarridge writes: "Move over, Cougs. Calm down, Dawgs.

Neither of you have the best college towns in this state, according to a new study by the technology review site Reviews.org.

That honor belongs to Western Washington University’s home, Bellingham, near the Canadian border, where the blue and white Vikings rule."


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Original URL: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/forget-about-the-cougs-dawgs-bellingham-is-our-states-best-college-town-at-least-according-to-this-list/?fbclid=IwAR3HqKARj3jzg4mrujpuHkOWrzydnaDADD7S5eeB_nvB
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