The Oscars: through international eyes

March 2, 2009 0

By Alina Faustman. If you missed the 2009 Academy Awards then here’s your quick-fix on this years Oscar buzz. The Oscars had many surprises that made the show more upbeat […]

Left, right and then left again

March 2, 2009 0

By Jamie Johnson. It’s a rare, beautiful sunny day in Bellevue and you’re on your way to class when all of the sudden, while crossing the road, bang! you get […]

Letter to the Editor

March 2, 2009 0

To The Editor,I’m writing this in response to “ASG funds Black History Month dance” article on February 18, 2009. In the article by Brook Stallings, it was stated that the […]

Toll could make BCC commute too costly

February 16, 2009 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger. The bill proposed in the state legislature last Thursday to allow one-way tolling of up to $3.25 on the Highway 520 bridge would put a weighty burden […]

Letter to the Editor:

February 13, 2009 0

The author requested that, due to the sensitive nature of this letter, they remain anonymous. I was very grateful to see that Brook Stallings had addressed the issue of mental […]

Letter to the Editor

February 2, 2009 0

To the Editor:I want to express my opinion over the article in the January 27th issue and correct a statement that was written about what the ASG Legislative Committee and […]

Bulldogs dominate Edmonds as numbers count

January 12, 2009 0

By Jack Linderoth. Last Wednesday, the BC women’s basketball team chalked up another victory on their scoreboard, beating Edmonds CC 91 — 38. The win means that the Bulldog’s have […]

Editor’s Letter

January 12, 2009 0

By Adam Magnoni. Greetings Bulldogs, This, our second week of the winter ’09 quarter, is off to a chilly start. I hope you didn’t get caught stuck in that book […]

Editor’s Letter: Welcome Back

January 5, 2009 0

By Adam Magnoni – Editor-in-ChiefHere we go, another quarter at BCC. Or should I say BC as we are now Bellevue College. It is a great thing, this new quarter. […]

What next?

December 2, 2008 0

By Adam Magnoni. Goodbye Bulldogs,Well, I guess we are not parting for good.  I will be back next quarter as your Editor-in-Chief, but we will be absent from each other’s […]

Ultimate Frisbee?

December 2, 2008 0

In case you didn’t know: a non-contact sport that involves flying disksBy Alex Couture – Student ReporterUltimate frisbee is the sport that can be played by young and old, fit […]

Chris’ Epic Sports Column

December 2, 2008 0

By Christopher Wood.When you reach the end of a journey, you must look back at the path you took to get there. You need to see the mountains you have […]

Basketball profile

December 2, 2008 0

By Anthony Cantu – Student Reporter.Tiffany Shen is the starting point guard on the BCC women’s basketball team for this 2008-09 season. She has played basketball for 10 years including […]

Men defeat Portland 81-61

November 25, 2008 0

By Christopher Wood.The BCC men’s basketball team defeated Portland Community College (PCC) 81-61 last Friday, part of the annual Bulldog classic. “Bellevue is a good team,” said Kevin Collier, PCC […]

When all glamour is lost

November 25, 2008 0

By Adam MagnoniRemember when you were but a child? Remember the long days playing as if you were an adult? I would create in my imagination that I was a […]

Chris’ Epic Column

November 25, 2008 0

By Christopher Wood.Last time I wrote in this fine column, I claimed that gaming was not a sport. For those with a brief memory of the past, or for those […]

Chris’ Awesome Athelets of the Week

November 25, 2008 0

Pete Harris (left) Pete is a sophomore on the BCC men’s basketball team. Last week Pete had one steal and scored six points against Portland. In his spare time, Pete […]

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