Oil rig sparks commotion

May 29, 2015 0

Hundreds of protesters gathered at Terminal 5 at the Port of Seattle on Monday, May 18 to demonstrate against the Polar Pioneer, an exploratory oil drilling rig owned by Shell […]

“Mad Max: Fury Road” is a success

May 29, 2015 0

A two hour car chase, hurtling through flames and fuel in a dystopian desert, “Mad Max: Fury Road,” delivers exactly what it promises to audiences. The fourth installment in the […]

Future plans for King County Metro

May 29, 2015 0

On Tuesday May 19, 2015, King County Metro representatives met on a panel to discuss short, medium and long-term plans to make the Metro Transit bus system more accessible for […]

Malcolm X: The Making of a Scholar

May 29, 2015 0

On May 19, 2015, Malcolm X Day, the Black Student Union and Muslim Student Association hosted “Malcolm X: The Making of a Scholar.” This year marks the 90th anniversary of […]

New math concentration for students

May 29, 2015 0

Bellevue College offers a large assortment of concentrations available for the Associate in Arts and Science degree. Subjects or programs such as English, music, psychology and criminal justice are all […]

Subjective perception and conflict

May 29, 2015 0

In philosophy, there are two types of truths, subjective and objective. Objective truths are things like “1+1=2” or “The Earth orbits the Sun.” Subjective truths are things like “Metal is […]

Appeals Inconsequential

May 19, 2015 0

There was a public hearing held on May 12 to review and discuss appeals made regarding alleged ASG election violations. The hearing covered events that occurred within the timeframe of […]

Tech program revives urban youth

May 19, 2015 0

With a 22 percent increase in employment rates for computer related occupations by 2020, programs like Year Up aim to help students obtain jobs in these areas. Year Up is […]

Cycling against domestic violence

May 19, 2015 0

The eighth annual Cycle the WAVE will begin at Bellevue College on Sunday, Sept. 20. It is an all-women’s cycling experience benefiting domestic violence programs. The Women Against Violence Everywhere […]

FIXED: exploring a new wave of human enhancement

May 19, 2015 0

Humans have continually developed technologies to supplement their abilities. Until recently however, most of these enhancements have been external, not necessarily changing how individuals identify as humans. From genetic engineering, […]

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 […]

A good move in Kentucky

May 19, 2015 0

Recently a family in Kentucky that was living off the grid made national news.  Controversy arose when the local sheriff took the family’s 10 children into custody. The police department […]

Digital Accessibility info session

May 19, 2015 0

The Digital Accessibility Task Force held the first of two informational question-and-answer sessions on May 11. The session was aimed at educating people about the challenges that the Task Force […]

A career is not a commitment

May 19, 2015 0

For most college students, there is a great deal of unknown when it comes to the rest of their lives. A lucky few know exactly what they love, have known […]

Mayweather beats Pacquiao

May 19, 2015 0

After five years of waiting, welterweight champion Floyd “Money” Mayweather finally took up Manny Pacquiao’s challenge to a boxing match in one of the most anticipated fights of the decade. […]

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