School is cool, fool

June 9, 2009 0

In an ideal world, everyone would be able to get a full, interesting, stimulating secular education before even having to think about how to be employable. Unfortunately, for a generation […]

A vanishing species in The Dining Room

May 26, 2009 0

Fifty-six characters, ten actors, six chairs and one pianist. Bellevue College Drama Dept.’s production of A.R Gurney’s The Dining Room chronicles through time the humor, drama, and human experience of […]

ASG Report: 05.05.09

May 12, 2009 0

The May 5, 2009 Associated Student Government (ASG) meeting began at 3:30 p.m., with no corrections to the agenda and an announcement that Burke Colquhoun, emerging technology and entrepreneurial representative, […]

Earth Week at BC

April 28, 2009 0

A Clothing Exchange, Green Fashion show, Green Car show, an organic cooking presentation, a field trip to one of the Puget Sound wind farms, and presentations on toxic environmental pollutants, […]

ASG Report: April 14, 2009

April 21, 2009 0

Lori Saffin, instructor and Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) advisor, sponsored by Amanda Alva, ASG president, requested that the ASG approve $4,030 to cover a guest speaker for BC Identities Week. Vicki Waiking Ma, VP of finance and communication, motioned to allocate $460 from the club’s 1984 Reserve account to pay students a stipend for volunteering to serve food during the upcoming ASG Election Barbeque. […]

Editor’s Letter

April 6, 2009 0

Hi Everyone, “To everything there is a season.” I learned that from The Byrds. This year, still in it’s prime, has brought unprecedented obstacles and monumental promise to us as […]

Debate heats over condom sculpture

April 1, 2009 0

In appreciation for the college’s enthusiastic support for their Valentine’s Day newspaper condom campaign, Planned Parenthood will be donating a life-size marble replica of male genitalia, decaled with a limestone […]

Student Art Showcase

April 1, 2009 0

The student artist has been staring at the daisies for three hours. Passersby stop to look at his blank canvas positioned in the halls of the C building, underneath 20 […]

Student victim of hit and run on campus

March 2, 2009 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger. BCC Public Safety and Bellevue Police are still looking for the driver of a maroon hatchback who reportedly hit and abandoned a pedestrian on BCC campus February […]

Next transfer fair set for April

March 2, 2009 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger.BCC’s next transfer fair will be held April 16th. Thirty baccalaureate colleges and universities are expected to lay out information tables marked by their school colors, and compete […]

Students, faculty take message to Olympia

March 2, 2009 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger.In a state Senate hearing in Olympia last Monday, representatives from BCC went before the legislature to testify on behalf of the senate bill that would allow BCC […]

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