Arts & Features articles

The Chemicals of Love and Attraction

February 13, 2009 0

By Lance Braud. For the last few years, Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist, has become famous for her study of why people fall in love with one another. She’s been […]

Just another Hallmark Holiday

February 13, 2009 0

By Brittany Butterfield. Valentine’s day is all about expressing your love, appreciation and affection for the one you care about. However, this year’s Valentine’s Day seems to be more about […]

Bus Ridin’ Blues

February 2, 2009 0

By Ashton Cermack. As a kid, you probably remember a big yellow school bus picking you up and running you to school, while a driver with tired eyes and a […]

Origin of Life: From dirt to humans

February 2, 2009 0

By Lance Braud. How did life on Earth begin? How did the inanimate elements come together to form something new that can take in the resources it needs to reproduce? […]

KBCS 91.3, have you heard?

January 27, 2009 0

By Alex Hartle. Bellevue Community College’s best-kept secret lies housed in the shadow of its monstrous parking garage. KBCS, the institution’s own radio station, broadcasts at 91.3 FM from a […]

My Favorite Things: Afternoon delights

January 27, 2009 0

By Brittany Butterfield. If you’re like me, then between classes, or right after your last class lets out, you’re craving for something to eat. Not that cafeteria food, or bagels […]

My Favorite Things… Exploring Bellevue

January 20, 2009 0

By Brittany Butterfield.Snow, floods, and freezing temperatures shouldn’t be stopping you from getting out of the house. There is no reason to go stir-crazy, our neighborhood is Bellevue, it’s full […]

January 12, 2009 0

By Brittany Butterfield. “She had apple bottom jeans, and boots with the fur” hit single, and hit fashion for the 2008-2009 trend. This winter’s fashion has hit big with tons […]

Idioms: Achillies’ Heel

December 2, 2008 0

By Kaitlin Strohschein. “An Achilles Heel is a person’s only vulnerable spot; a serious or fatal weakness,” according to the Oxford University Press Dictionary of Idioms. Achilles, son of Thetis […]

Plagiarism: intellectual theft

December 2, 2008 0

By Kaitlin Strohschein. At BCC, students may receive failing grades and ultimately be expelled for cheating and plagiarism, according to the Arts and Humanities Division Web site. “It’s [plagiarism] an […]

Holidays during a recession

December 2, 2008 0

By Kimberly Absher.Americans are being forced to adjust to an economy that is less than what it was in terms of unemployment, and skyrocketing prices of everyday items. And the […]

New global philosophy classes.

December 2, 2008 0

By Kaitlin Strohschein. The BCC philosophy department will be offering two new global philosophy courses in the winter 2009 quarter. One of these courses will focus on Buddhist philosophy, and […]

BCC offers non-traditional courses

November 25, 2008 0

By Kimberly AbsherTwo programs within the umbrella of Continuing Education that offer non-credit courses are “Explore! Personal Enrichment” and Art Zones. Explore! offers a variety of classes, said Kristen McConaha, […]

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