Making American journalism great again

May 13, 2019 0

May 3 is World Press Freedom Day. Also known as World Press Day, it was established by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in December 1993 to recognize […]

Sakura-Con brings anime to life

April 30, 2019 0

Thousands of anime fans attended Sakura-Con, Seattle’s largest anime convention, from April 19-21 at the Washington State Convention Center. Guests met celebrities, attended panels, played games and showed off their […]

Stage Fright produces student-written plays

April 22, 2019 0

Bellevue College’s Stage Fright produced two plays from April 11-13 at the Stop Gap Theater. The plays, “Tigers Hold Grudges” and “The Grass Still Grows,” were written, directed, designed and […]

Video game journalism needs to change

April 15, 2019 0

There is a lack of respect from mainstream journalists and their publications in regards to how video game stories are handled. It is not a failure to publish content; the […]

BC tackles campus issues head-on

February 25, 2019 0

On Feb. 7 Bellevue College held a College Issues day. Bellevue College held no classes for the day. Instead, the school hosted a variety of workshops and a speaker to […]

Record snowfall blankets Bellevue area

February 18, 2019 0

Snow and bad weather blanketed the Puget Sound region for two weekends in a row, marking the snowiest month on record in the last 50 years. The weather clogged roadways […]

The Super Bowl: More than a game

February 12, 2019 0

The Super Bowl is more than just America’s most watched sporting event. Super Bowl Sunday is a landmark of American culture and has become more important than the game itself, […]

Bellevue College’s toilets are crappy

February 2, 2019 0

Public restrooms are not known for being clean places. Bellevue College’s bathrooms are no exception in this regard. The toilets are everything from new and shiny to slightly dingy to […]

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