Net neutrality makes a comeback

January 23, 2018 0

On Nov. 21, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission – better referred to as the FCC – released plans to repeal the Obama Administration’s Net Neutrality. From Nov. 21 to Dec. […]

President Trump: A year in review

January 9, 2018 0

Puerto Rico Two hurricanes smacked into the U.S. this year, causing chaos and destruction in multiple states. Where it hit the hardest, however, was Puerto Rico, where the entire country […]

Judge vs Inslee

January 8, 2018 0

For a couple of years, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee has been working to pass a rule to lower the state’s carbon footprint. But within the past week – right […]

Hope for climate change

November 7, 2017 0

Last September, we received news that the huge hole in the Antarctic Ozone was beginning to heal. According to Kacey Deamer, staff writer for LiveScience, “Measurements of the ozone hole […]

CEO of Alaska Airlines visits BC

November 3, 2017 0

On Thursday, Oct. 26, Brad Tilden, the CEO of Alaska Airlines, gave a two-hour speech at Bellevue College on leadership and business. Tilden is one of many successful business people […]

Japan Week celebrates Japanese culture

October 11, 2017 0

Throughout the entire week of Oct. 4, Japan Week has been in full swing. Japan Week is a weeklong celebration of Japanese culture and history, beginning on Monday with a […]

BC Volunteer Fair connects community

October 4, 2017 0

“The world is getting smaller and smaller. It’s important to think outside of your own world and to gain a larger view,” were the words spoken by Jenessa Pettit, the […]

DACA workshops at BC

September 27, 2017 0

Recently, yet another change has been made to the U.S. governmental system under President Trump and his administration. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – better known as DACA – […]

The universe viewed indoors

September 26, 2017 0

Last Saturday, Bellevue College’s monthly planetarium show was yet again sold out. These shows occur every month on a predetermined Saturday night. The shows are free, but because they are […]

The new iPhone: the first of many flops

September 25, 2017 0

Apple’s new iPhone X is special. It has flashy upgrades, facial recognition and animated emoji, all in celebration of the iPhone’s 10-year anniversary. And its price tag is appropriately special: […]

New state budget addresses education

July 11, 2017 0

Washington State Governor Jay Inslee recently signed off on a 43.7 billion dollar budget that addresses funding public schools in the state. In a press release, Governor Inslee said “I […]

Summer presidential transition

July 11, 2017 0

For the last few months Jill Wakefield has been transitioning out of her role as President of Bellevue College and started preparing the next president for the job. Wakefield has […]

Cafe Rio opens in Issaquah

May 23, 2017 0

Cafe Rio, the chain restaurant best known for its colorful buildings and sweet pork, has recently opened in Issaquah on Gilman Boulevard. This Cafe Rio, the 109th one opened mimics […]

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