Keep your hands clean

January 13, 2012 0

We all inevitably become contributors to the audible signs of sickness. The coughing, sneezing, sniffling, and other sickly sounds do not bother me all too much. However, when I see […]

Embrace Winter and Love It

November 26, 2011 0

There’s that awkward moment when you can’t wear skirts, shorts, tank tops, or your one-use-per-year sunglasses anymore. Winter is pushing out our wimpy fall early and is turning Washington into […]

Let’s Allocate Our Budget Better

November 14, 2011 0

With the spending habits of our government, Gregoire has proposed budget cuts that have me shaking my head. Gregoire is considering cutting funding for the state’s health care program for […]

The Most Amazing Phone Yet (Not Really)

November 4, 2011 0

Every time a new iPhone hits the floor, millions of Americans camp outside of stores, anxiously awaiting the release of the supposedly “best iPhone yet.” PC Magazine says that Apple […]

Halloween Spirit Week 2011

October 25, 2011 0

Yesterday marked the start of Spirit Week with the Club Bash. Many of the BC clubs got together for a huge celebration. Clubs ranged from BC Glee to BC Ski […]

10 Festive Ways to Decorate for Halloween

October 21, 2011 0

Candy-crazed kids gallop through neighborhoods, scavenging for candy. Where do they want to go to? Your place. Why? Because you have the sickest house in the neighborhood! But first you […]

The Chatty Professor

October 19, 2011 0

I have plenty of professors I see on a daily basis and rarely outside of class. The idea that a teacher would go above and beyond to communicate with their […]

C’s tips for college survival

August 31, 2011 0

My first day at Bellevue College consisted of getting lost, sitting way too close to the front and meeting maybe five people at most. It was a pretty depressing way […]

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