Possible megaquake brewing in Washington

July 28, 2015 0

On July 20, 2015, the New York Times published an article by writer Katherine Schultz under the headline, “The Earthquake That Will Devastate Seattle,” popularizing talk of the Cascadia Subduction […]

Racist folk in Texas neighborhood under fire

June 19, 2015 0

In post-Ferguson America, where every angry cop garners the attention of cameras, McKinney Texas becomes the site of yet another example of seemingly racially influenced police brutality. As many already […]

Soapbox: Patriot Act in libraries

June 19, 2015 0

Signed into law in the post-911 blindness which ravaged our nation, the Patriot Act is consistently found to incorporate new and unexpected transgressions of constitutional law. Among the most appalling […]

Fruitless destruction of vending machines

June 8, 2015 0

Since December of 2014, 14 vending machines located on Bellevue College’s campus have been broken into by an unknown individual or group armed with a crowbar. “We’ve had 12 machines […]

Drug usage on campus

June 2, 2015 0

“They call me Nacho,” said Nacho. Nacho, the pseudonym chosen by a student requesting anonymity, does not believe the ingestion of drugs on campus is uncommon or necessarily something that […]

Soapbox: Homelessness amongst students

June 2, 2015 0

“Cities like Bellevue (i.e. elitist, aloof, arrogant, and snobby) and colleges like Bellevue College (i.e, ditto) DO NOT like to admit there are Homeless numbers, or others in poverty, in […]

Showcase of folk music at Folklife

June 2, 2015 0

Folklife is the annually strange and fantastic four day congress of hippies and hipsters, dirty kids that never let go of the ‘90s and squeaky suburban parents, gold and silver […]

ISIS and artifacts: Daesh or bust

May 19, 2015 0

Since the days of global exploration and imperialism, historical and cultural artifacts have been removed from their original resting places and brought to museums. Indiana Jones was a fictional golden […]

Soapbox: ASG Elections a Sham

May 4, 2015 0

Elections derive legitimacy from the interest and participation of the voting population. If no one votes, or if their votes are easily subverted on the way to the ballot box, […]

Soapbox: BC wants gay blood

April 28, 2015 0

As BC students muddle themselves together to try and push through spring quarter, the last quarter for many before a cathartically anti-educational vacation, the Bloodworks Northwest mobile donation centers have […]

VP receives national recognition

April 13, 2015 0

In March 2015, Dr. Gayle Barge, vice president of Institutional Advancement at Bellevue College was honored by Diverse Issues in Higher Education—a nationally circulated magazine with a majority readership of […]

A night at Café Purple

February 24, 2015 0

Café Purple, located off of NE 4th St.  and 106 Ave NE in downtown Bellevue, was packed Feb. 14 for an overcast Valentine’s day. The café’s heavy front doors, 12 […]

Hump! Fest and what it does for sex

May 27, 2014 0

Every year, Washingtonians gather in a small and dank theatre in Seattle’s downtown to witness history in the making. Hump! Fest, an amateur Northwest pornography festival, is a yearly celebration […]

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