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The Most Bingeworthy K-Dramas in 2021

January 16, 2021 0

K-Culture took the world by storm in 2020, with BTS beating out American artists on Billboard and even being nominated for a Grammy. K-Dramas also have risen in popularity, partially […]

BC Resources: Benefits Hub

January 16, 2021 0

Finding balance between work, school, and life can be a challenge. Figuring out how to pay tuition, along with the rising cost of living and unexpected financial crisis, can derail […]

Video Game Review: Dragon Quest

January 16, 2021 0

Released worldwide in September 2018, “Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age” serves as the latest edition of the massively popular JRPG (Japanese Role-Playing Game) franchise. By that, I […]

College Cooking: Deviled Eggs

January 16, 2021 0

This is a classic deviled egg recipe I’ve been making for years. At parties, they are nearly always the first to disappear. Although we cannot have parties anytime soon, they […]

Why Shadowlands is a great time to get into WoW

January 9, 2021 0

Blizzard Entertainment launched the newest expansion of their hit, MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) World of Warcraft entitled “Shadowlands” launched back in October and it’s been exciting to say […]

College Cooking: Tabbouleh

January 9, 2021 0

This salad is a simple and very versatile dish most commonly made with a wheat grain called Bulgur. It can also be made with Quinoa, which is personally my favorite […]

Anime Review: Death Note

November 30, 2020 0

Anime as a medium is booming right now, with shows like “Sword Art Online,” “Attack on Titan,” and “My Hero Academia” expanding into the mainstream media. As a society, we […]

BC Survival Guide: Finals Week

November 30, 2020 0

Like it or not, finals week is here. Many have had a negative experience with finals week, but if you are dedicated, you can make this finals week easier. What […]

College Cooking: Apple Strudel

November 23, 2020 0

One of my favorite sweet breakfast items are strudels. They might seem hard to make, but they become a lot easier with store-bought puff pastry. They are much tastier than […]

How to Host a Virtual Thanksgiving

November 22, 2020 0

Traditionally, Thanksgiving has been a time to get together with family, reflect on what you’re grateful for and eat your favorite holiday foods. This year, Thanksgiving is going to look […]

Hiking the PNW: Granite Mountain

November 14, 2020 0

Almost immediately off exit 47 of I-90 is the Granite Mountain trailhead. The Granite Mountain trail  winds upwards steadily for 4.3 miles, with almost 1000 feet of gain per mile. […]

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