Pesticides and depression

October 14, 2014 0

The EPA is becoming increasingly interested in the long-term effects of neurotoxic pesticides on farmers. The famous case of DDT, a pesticide used to combat insects and malaria, was brought […]

“Scribblenauts Unmasked” challenges creativity

September 30, 2014 0

“Scribblenauts Unmasked” is a family-friendly puzzle adventure game published by Warner Bros. Entertainment. The seemingly endless quantity of puzzles, combined with a cartoony art style makes it engaging and challenges […]

PDF file obfuscation

September 30, 2014 0

Portable Document Format (PDF) has become one of the most widely used file formats for exchanging documents in businesses and institutions all over the world. Developed by Adobe, the file […]

Internet of things

September 25, 2014 0

Technology development has been progressing at a staggering rate over the past decade. The consumer electronics industry now produces household devices like light bulbs, thermostats and even kitchen appliances with […]

Vladimir Putin is my hero

September 6, 2014 0

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, the current president of Russia, is appealing to me because if I had no moral restrictions, looked like a James Bond supervillain and had the power to […]

Civil rights pilgrimage

July 3, 2014 0

Bellevue College  along with the University of Washington will be sending students on a trip to learn about the places and events related to the Civil Rights movement. “We’re going […]

Coal usage in America to decrease

July 3, 2014 0

The Obama Administration released an energy proposal as part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s massive 645-page plan to combat the effects of global warming. The proposal plans to cut down […]

BC hosts summer youth basketball camp

June 4, 2014 0

Registration for the 2014 basketball camp is now available. The camp will be instructed by Jeremy Eggers, the head coach for the Bellevue College basketball team. Part of the Northwest […]

Brazil government spending questioned

May 27, 2014 0

People, including teachers, bus drivers and police are protesting in front of the World Cup Stadium in Fortaleza, Brazil. There are concerns that the government is not meeting the people’s […]

Aging in the modern day

May 20, 2014 0

Nick C. Jackson, Ph. D., professor and chair of the department of psychology at Eastern Washington University, gave a lecture last Tuesday that focused on the question of what successful […]

New age of oppression in China

May 20, 2014 0

Communism is still prevalent in China. The current ruling party, the Communist Party of China, is responsible for many decisions, most notably censorship in nearly all forms of media and […]

2001: A Space Odyssey restored in 70mm

May 20, 2014 0

The science fiction festival hosted by the Cinerama was given a totally new print of “2001: A Space Odyssey,” directed by Stanley Kubrick in 70mm. 70mm film was popular between […]

The future of optogenetics

May 4, 2014 0

The brain is an extremely complex organ with cells called neurons that intertwine in a multitude of directions. Neurons communicate with the body an one another with chemical and electrical […]

BC Foundation Luncheon

May 4, 2014 0

The Bellevue College Foundation is hosting the Become Exceptional Luncheon at Meydenbauer Center this Wednesday. Influential people in the community and the region are invited to learn more about the […]

North Korea: Military expenses

April 30, 2014 0

North Korea needs to stop military activity because it can’t afford infrastructure or to feed its own population. Because of its hermit- like qualities, news from North Korea is notoriously […]

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