Congratulations, BC graduates

July 2, 2013 0

On the evening of Friday, June 14 graduates, staff and family clustered into the expansive hall of the Key Arena to receive the certificates. Adorned in black robes and mortarboards, […]

Zero tolerance in public schools

June 11, 2013 0

Lunch recess was always belligerent mayhem and was probably what put the jungle in jungle gyms. I was a rather shy kid, keeping to myself and reading in some shady […]

Take your education to the next level

June 4, 2013 0

Bellevue College, in cooperation in with the Washington Community College Consortium for Study Abroad, presents a unique experience for students interested in studying in another country. There are currently five […]

The Canvas debate

May 28, 2013 0

At Bellevue College, Canvas has replaced Blackboard Vista as the online platform of the college. Becoming increasingly popular among institutions of both higher education and K-12 schools, Canvas was chosen […]

Meet BC’s new interim registrar

May 21, 2013 0

Meet the new Interim Registrar at BC, a man who finds meaning in his work. “It’s not the money,” Matt Groshong says, laughing. “none of us are in it for […]

Afghanistan today

May 21, 2013 0

Afghanistan is one of the most well known conflicts in American history. It’s a name on the lips of every news reporter, political commentator, and, of course, social justice advocate. […]

Review: Cafe Flora

May 14, 2013 0

Feeling fancy? Café Flora, located off Madison in Seattle, is the purported best vegetarian and vegan restaurant in the Northwest. This place is an experience from the moment you walk […]

Fighting terror with terror

May 13, 2013 0

  “I’m not a criminal, I’m not a terrorist,” said Joshua Brown, BC student, “and the idea of this place makes me scared. I don’t think I need to be […]

“Canvas sucks” say students

May 4, 2013 1

Canvas, an online course site powered by Instructure, is used by over twenty schools year in and year out, offering services from higher education down through K-12. Bellevue College has […]

Dancers prepare for spring concert

April 22, 2013 0

At 7:30 p.m, on May 2-4, Bellevue College will open its theatre doors, presenting the 2013 production of Eastside Moving Company, a collaborative dance concert produced under the artistic directorship […]

Cables expose criminals in US politics again

April 15, 2013 0

The WikiLeaks Public Library of U.S. Diplomacy, better known as just Wikileaks, is an international, non-profit organization that publishes classified and formerly classified diplomatic communications of the United States. Readers […]

North Korea and US prepare for war?

April 8, 2013 0

Violence is in the air. Flagrant and repetitive threats have been emanating from North Korea over these last 30 days, and, true to its Rooseveltian military ideology of speaking softly […]

Riots against “Pharoah” in Egypt

April 8, 2013 0

In the month of January of the year 2011, a revolution broke loose in Egypt. It was the sort of morally vibrant revolution that inspired upheaval in countries around the […]

Shepherds of the Sea

March 18, 2013 0

There are many ways to change tradition. In today’s democratic environment, the most commonly accepted form of change is the one that follows due process and results in a vote […]

Woodward’s War?

March 11, 2013 0

There has been much talk lately about the supposed conflict between Bob Woodward, the journalist made famous for his key role in reporting the Watergate scandal of the Nixon administration, […]

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