Bellevue Arts Museum fair 2015

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July 24-27 saw the annual BAM Arts fair, hosted by the Bellevue Arts Museum. Hundreds of local and national artists were featured, with traditions ranging through almost all of the […]

New executive director

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On July 9, 2015, the Bellevue College Foundation named Rebecca Chawgo as its new executive director. Before the promotion, Chawgo had served as the BC Foundation’s director of development since […]

Possible megaquake brewing in Washington

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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 […]

T Building to open for fall

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The T building is the newest building on the Bellevue College campus. It is located across from the A building, near Landerholm Circle. The building will be dedicated to the […]

LMC honors Black Lives Matter movement

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Over the month of July, the Bellevue College Library and Media Center is showing a “Black Lives Matter” PowerPoint presentation in the lobby. The purpose of this is to honor […]

Bite of Seattle dishes up international cuisine

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Bite of Seattle, Festivals Incorporated’s flagship event, hosted over 400,000 people over the weekend. Including over 60 restaurants plus entertainment stages, cooking demonstrations and many other venues, the Bite of […]

Shrimp farming: A coastal catastrophe

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In this day and age where practically every developed country has an open economy, it’s hard to know where every single piece of food or other products people purchase in […]

National attention for Bellevue College OLS

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Since its advocacy in summer 2011 and accreditation in December 2006 by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, the Occupational Life Skills program has become an integral component of […]

Impressions of Fallout 4

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June 3, 2015 delivered a present to gamers everywhere, the announcement of Fallout 4. The fifth installment of the Fallout franchise, Fallout 4 was widely anticipated, and the announcement has […]

California, the great and terrible

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In the third week of June, I flew down to San Diego with my stepfather so we could see the vast expanse of California, along with the infrastructure, people and […]

Changes to financial aid

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Since July 2015, the Financial Aid department at Bellevue College made changes to the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy, or SAP. The SAP is essentially a list of requirements […]

Researching with the RISE Learning Institute

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RISE Learning Institute is a new division that was recently launched at Bellevue College. “The Research, Innovation Service  and Experiential Learning Institute is helping to shape the existing and evolving […]

BC graduate wins interior design competition

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Jennifer Baarley, who recently graduated from Bellevue College in March, was part of a four student team who placed first in the International Interior Design Association local student charette. A […]

Modern-day advertisers are inescapable

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It’s interesting to think about how advertisement has evolved to influence the public over time. In the early to mid 20th century, most advertisements were geared towards exploiting people’s fears […]

A new post-racism reality

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Every single time the slightest event occurs that could have a racist bent seems to be an opportunity for minorities to decry the state of the country, to declare that […]

Northwest SolarFest

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On July 25, Shoreline Community College hosted Northwest Solar Fest for it’s eleventh year. The NW SolarFest is the premier renewable energy event in the state. It is a non-profit […]

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