BC Poetry Profile: Mackenzie Blaney

June 12, 2022 0

Mackenzie “Kenzie” Blaney is an insightful poet attending Bellevue College. Following below is their poem, “And Their Stories Continue…,” and an interview with them. Content Warning: The featured poem has […]

Weekly Reads Classics: Fahrenheit 451

June 5, 2022 0

“A book is a loaded gun in the house next door. Burn it. Take the shot from the weapon.” — Ray Bradbury, “Fahrenheit 451” Most people read “Fahrenheit 451” in […]

BC Poetry Profile: Henry Relyea

June 5, 2022 0

Henry Relyea is taking a poetry class at Bellevue College with Professor Jeanne Morel. Below is his representative poem titled, “Suspense,” followed by a brief interview. “Suspense” Note: The lines […]

Student Artwork Showcase: Jordan Diadedakana

June 5, 2022 0

To see Jordan Diadedakana’s “Le Monde est à Toi” album as displayed at Bellevue College, click here. Note that the image is NSFW. Jordan Diadedakana, an international Bellevue College student […]

Weekly Reads: Pillow Thoughts

May 8, 2022 0

“I know who you are, I love who you are…” — Courtney Peppernell, “Pillow Thoughts” “Pillow Thoughts” is a collection of heartfelt poetry by Courtney Peppernell.​​ This collection is perfect […]

Weekly Reads: Alcatraz from Inside

April 24, 2022 0

“I believe that my life proves no man is beyond rehabilitation, regardless of how far he has fallen from respectability in the eyes of society.” — Jim Quillen, “Alcatraz from […]

NDT Students in Need of Volunteers

April 24, 2022 0

The Bellevue College Neurodiagnostic Technology (NDT) students are looking for volunteers willing to sacrifice two hours of their time to undergo an electroencephalogram (EEG). In layman’s terms, an EEG is […]

Weekly Reads Classics: The Stranger

April 17, 2022 0

“Mostly, I could tell, I made him feel uncomfortable. He didn’t understand me, and he was sort of holding it against me. I felt the urge to reassure him that […]

Weekly Reads: A Mother’s Promise

April 10, 2022 0

“There were all kinds of promises in the world. Some were false. Some were made in earnest, but easily betrayed. Some were awkwardly, imperfectly fulfilled. But the promise made by […]

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