Working through the holidays

July 17, 2012 0

The smell of freedom was all around. Smiles widened pearly teeth, explosives were distributed to and fro to young and old – five year olds with a knack for flame, […]

Review: Spring Awakening at BC

June 20, 2012 0

“Spring Awakening,” a controversial musical based on an even more controversial play written in provincial Germany, is one of the best plays to come out of Bellevue College’s Drama Department […]

Preview: Spring Awakening at BC.

May 22, 2012 0

“Frank Wedekind in 1891—a German playwright—wrote a very controversial play called Spring Awakening” said Tammi Doyle, theater department faculty head and director of BC’s play this quarter, Spring Awakening. “In […]

ASG teams campaign for election

April 24, 2012 0

On April 26, the Associated Student Government elections will kick off with a barbeque outside the E Building complex on the Bellevue College campus. The ASG election will decide which […]

Meet James Webster

April 24, 2012 0

Fresh off the production “The Foreigner”, directed by Tammi Doyle, James Webster, an acting student in Bellevue College’s Drama Department, is already moving on towards his next project – “Spring […]

My fear of transferring

April 17, 2012 0

Three weeks ago my only (school-related) worry in the world was getting accepted to all the colleges I had applied to. I had a lot of options, and after my […]

Shadowbox Review

April 17, 2012 0

The topic of death is something we all try to ignore. Is this feigned ignorance denial? Or is it an instinct, because we fear what we cannot understand, see, or […]

The Foreigner: Must see play!

March 13, 2012 0

Sometimes when you go in to see a play,  you measure the theater building and think you have it all figured out. The theater looks drafty, there are too many […]

“The Foreigner”, opening March 7

March 7, 2012 0

“In this inspired romp, Charlie Baker is a painfully shy Englishman who must spend a few days alone in a fishing lodge in Georgia. His friend Froggy helps by telling […]

Art related classes for spring quarter

February 28, 2012 0

Spring quarter is almost upon us, and for some of us, spring sounds an aweful lot like “Almost time to transfer.” Preparing to say goodbye,  getting ready to make new […]

V-Day movie marathon

February 6, 2012 0

Valentine’s Day means different things for different people. For some, it’s the worst day of their lives. For others, it could end up being the best. But all in all, […]

Associates in Arts and Sciences

January 22, 2012 0

Are you dissatisfied with the constant questions you have when it comes to fulfilling everything you need to complete your Associates Degree in Arts and Sciences? Do you make a […]

Art: Embracing Cultural Differences

January 13, 2012 0

If you’ve ever had an e-mail pen pal from a country you can’t quite pronounce, you know what I’m talking about when I say that where a person lives connects […]

BC’s Big Band Jazz Festival

January 1, 2012 0

“‘Bout twenty years ago, way down in New Orleans, a group of fellows found a new kind of music. And they decided to call it… JAZZ. No other sound has […]

SSB: Worst idea…Ever.

November 15, 2011 0

We have all seen our fair share of horrible movies. But while we’re on this subject – what were some of the worst ideas ever put into film? There’s quite […]

James Bond: The history of a legend

November 15, 2011 0

James Bond has always been a favorite when it comes to action films. So at least half of everyone reading this article will be happy to know the Bond franchise […]

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