Review: There’s a yeti on the loose

May 28, 2013 0

I know, I know. You’ve had enough of the frozen yogurt craze. If you hear “froyo” or some other truncated name for that unsatisfactory substitute for ice cream you’re going […]

Review: “Into Darkness”

May 28, 2013 0

Most of us are all well aware of Gene Rodenberry’s masterpiece, “Star Trek” and its history. For those who are a bit rusty on their Trek-trivia, the epic series was […]

Must-read classics for college students

May 21, 2013 0

Reading classic novels is often associated with long periods spent in junior English learning how to write thesis statements for the nine hundredth time about books written before our parents […]

Faust: Review and disambiguation

May 4, 2013 0

Faust: an alluring masterpiece that encompasses humanity in nature, digging into the essence of soul to unveil magic, devilishness, thrill and earthen lust. Faust, a legendary play, was written over […]

ISP goes to tulip festival

April 29, 2013 0

On April 20, the International Student Programs at Bellevue College hosted a field trip to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. Every year during the month of April, the Skagit Valley […]

“Oblivion”: The new “Top Gun”?

April 29, 2013 0

Joseph Kosinski’s newest blockbuster Oblivion hit theatres on April 19. Box office records from opening weekend totaled $37,054,485, according to IMBD. The film’s narrative has a slow burn effect for […]

SoulFood Books review

April 29, 2013 0

Quaintly tucked away at the ridge with a patch of stores just off Redmond Way is a café called SoulFood Books. Upon walking into the café, I felt invited and […]

Movie review: “42”

April 22, 2013 0

In a game divided by color, one man changed how the sport of baseball was to be played from then on. The movie “42” is the story about a man […]

Review: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

April 15, 2013 0

On April 11, the Bellevue College theatre arts department opened their first spring production, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot in the Stop Gap Studio Theatre. The audience was submerged […]

Review: The Lizzie Bennet Diaries

April 15, 2013 0

Like many others, I spend countless hours perusing random videos on Youtube. Charlie McDonnell, Alex Day, Chris Kendall, Danisnotonfire, and the Vlog Brothers are some just of my favorite Youtube […]

Review: Chaco Canyon

April 15, 2013 0

Stepping into Seattle’s Chaco Canyon preferably with bare feet, either in West Seattle or its original U District location will warm your senses with sights, smells and friendly ambiance. The […]

Film review: “The Croods”

April 8, 2013 0

  Dreamworks’ latest movie, “The Croods” tells a story of a family set in a prehistoric area known as The Croodaceous. Grug (voiced by Nicolas Cage) is an overprotective father […]

Pam’s Kitchen: Restaurant review

March 18, 2013 0

For my friend’s birthday dinner, we dined at one of the Seattle U-District’s Caribbean and Trinidadian cuisine hotspots, Pam’s Kitchen. The place was completely packed, wedging our party of eight […]

Super Hexagon: Indie-gamer’s review

March 18, 2013 0

The creator of the retro indie platformer VVVVVV, Terry Cavanagh has concocted the most disorienting, hellishly addicting game I’ve seen yet. As I played it on my laptop, I found […]

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