News Articles

BCC faces major state funding cuts

October 28, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger Following an Oct. 7 governor’s announcement of across the board budget reductions for state agencies, BCC will be hit by a projected budget cut of $838,000 for […]

Editor’s Letter

October 28, 2008 0

By Adam Magnoni Greetings Bulldogs, There are many things to be afraid of out in this big spooky world

About the Artist

October 28, 2008 0

Cady Smola is a performer of the BCC stage whose most recent appearances include Shelly in “The Buried Child” and the saucy maid Petra in “A Little Night Music”. She […]

ASG awards funding for Center Directors

October 28, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger Shouts of “Yay for Ice Cream!” followed after the ASG finally awarded funding for the Ice Cream Club’s “Random Acts of Ice Cream,” during its Oct. 23 […]

Visiting professor lectures at BCC library

October 21, 2008 0

By Lance Braud Ken Goldstein, Political Science professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, presented a lecture on “Media and Presidential Elections,” as part of BCC’s “Coffee, Tea, and Politics” series on […]

ASL show coming to Carlson Theatre

October 21, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger Celebrating October’s recent legal declaration as “Disability History Month,” BCC will be hosting “Not Just Ramps” at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., October 23, in the Carlson […]

Campus LGBTQ support discussed

October 21, 2008 0

Controversy over gay themed games page a ‘springboard’ to examine stereotypes By Elizabeth Ballinger Cultural stereotypes, slang, offensive words and campus attitudes toward LGBTQ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Questioning) […]

Upcoming lecture on effects of slavery

October 14, 2008 0

By Mikeya Harper Joy DeGruy-Leary, a professor at Portland State University, will lecture on “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome,” suggesting that centuries of slavery, followed by instructional racism and oppression, have […]

Atomic bomb survivor tells her story

October 14, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger In 1944, Hideko Tamura Snider was just ten years old when a nuclear bomb destroyed her home and her family a mile from Hiroshima. On October 8, […]

ASG convenes for weekly meeting

October 7, 2008 0

By Adam Magnoni BCC’s ASG Board of Directors held their weekly meeting on October 2. The scheduled start time was 3:30, but mirroring the governmental process, took a bit longer […]

Editor’s Letter

October 3, 2008 0

By Adam Magnoni – Editor-in-ChiefGreetings Bulldogs,Though most don’t want to admit it, we are back in school full swing. It’s an easy call to make with the crisp air and […]

Digistar 3 is a portal to the stars

October 1, 2008 0

New technology is only avaliable in four other places on Earth By Takumi Torii This summer BCC opened up their planetarium show, formerly limited to students studying astronomy, to the […]

Disability Center looking for help

October 1, 2008 0

By Lance Braud The Disability Resource Center, located in B132, is looking for volunteers for their note-taking program to assist the more than 400 students with disabilities on BCC’s campus […]

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