Vaporwave: Techno-nostalgia

July 26, 2016 0

When I first heard the term vaporwave, I had the same question that basically everybody else did – what the hell is vaporwave? I thought it was just a passing […]

A flaw in the gun control argument

July 19, 2016 0

Another tragedy involving guns, another national discussion about gun control. However, one thing I noticed is that nobody on either side of the gun control debate is praising the current […]

Violence will not solve violence

July 12, 2016 0

Of all the possible reactions to police brutality, of all the possible solutions one can come up with to the problem that police seem to be killing Americans of every […]

Internet access is not expertise

June 7, 2016 0

As with most things, the Internet is both a blessing and a curse. Having basically the sum total of human knowledge at one’s fingertips that can be accessed anywhere in […]

Second annual BSU social

June 2, 2016 0

On Friday May 27, black student unions from high schools and colleges around the area met in D106 for the second annual black student union social, hosted by Bellevue College’s […]

KBCS hosts first Listening Lounge

June 2, 2016 0

Tuesday, May 17 saw the first Listening Lounge event at BC. Created and hosted by Student Liaison David Joseph of KBCS 93.1 FM, the lounge offered students the option to […]

Puget Sound Regional Archives

May 24, 2016 0

One of the more rarely frequented buildings on campus is the Puget Sound Regional Archives, located north of the N building entrance, close to the Eastgate Park and Ride. The […]

BC gets their hands dirty

May 5, 2016 0

On April 21 as part of Earth Week, about 60 students made up of Rick Glover’s environmental science class, along with several other classes and volunteers got together to sort […]

PC vs. Mac: Apple is just better

April 26, 2016 0

I’ve always thought that trying to compare Microsoft and Apple products to determine which one is overall better than the other to be really no different than asking if Coke […]

Seeking volunteers for Earth Week

April 12, 2016 0

From April 19 to 22, Earth Week events will be held around BC campus. There are a variety of activities that all students can participate in during the week, including […]

Eastside’s 18-mile voltage lines

March 22, 2016 0

In 2013, Puget Sound Energy proposed an expansion to already existing infrastructure called Energize Eastside, which they state is required to ensure reliable power on the Eastside, taking into consideration […]

The value of being civil when protesting

March 22, 2016 0

On March 11, amid chants of “F-you Trump,” liberal progressives everywhere celebrated the shutting down of political discourse and self-expression. Neither side is blameless, neither side is innocent, and neither […]

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