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Why You Need an Academic Concentration

November 7, 2021 0

Did you know there’s a way to commit to a field of study in a low-stakes environment and few repercussions if you decide the study isn’t for you? Academic concentrations […]

Epilepsy: My Story

November 7, 2021 0

Epilepsy, otherwise known as seizure disorder, is a disorder in which nerve cells are disturbed in the brain, causing seizures. Approximately one in 26 people within the United States will […]

An Overview of Corn Silk Tea

October 31, 2021 0

The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products […]

Weekly Reads: Ashes in the Snow

October 31, 2021 0

Trigger Warning: This book contains horrific cruelty and sexual content. A New York Times Bestseller “Between Shades of Gray” now renamed “Ashes in the Snow” is a novel about World […]

EPIC: The TikTok Musical

October 31, 2021 0

You may think that Homer’s Odyssey is a distant cry from what’s popular now. All the TikTok dances and trends are way more interesting than a 12,109 line epic, right? […]

Artist Interview: Camille Bloom

October 31, 2021 0

Camille Bloom is an English teacher turned internationally-touring singer-songwriter. Originally from Spokane, she is currently based in Luxembourg, teaching music full-time to adults and youth. Her music is filled with […]

Seasonal Affective Disorder: An Overview

October 31, 2021 0

Feeling down recently?  You are not the only one. As we head into colder weather and shorter days, it is common to feel isolated and depressed. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) […]

College Cooking: Chocolate Lava Cake

October 24, 2021 0

A dense fudgy flavor with the perfect ratio of liquid chocolate to spongy cake, chocolate lava cake is a half-baked cake with a runny center. Despite that, it is perfectly […]

Tips for Living with Roommates

October 24, 2021 0

Moving away for college often means living with roommates for the first time. This can be a difficult transition and will likely require some lifestyle changes. Here are some tips […]

Danganronpa: A Death Game

October 24, 2021 0

The breakout popularity of Netflix’s “Squid Game” interested me greatly because death games are uncommon in Western media. In “Squid Game,” competitors are gathered together and “forced” into games where […]

Sweet Potatoes: A Historical Overview

October 24, 2021 0

Sweet potatoes are deeply rooted in Black culture and food. Over the past couple of years, sweet potatoes have become more popular due to their health benefits that white potatoes […]

Your Guide to Choosing a Major

October 17, 2021 0

“Follow your passion. It will lead you to your purpose.” — Oprah Winfrey It’s easier said than done, Oprah. Many of us don’t know what we want to do with […]

Japan Week 2021 Recap

October 17, 2021 0

The fifth annual Japan Week recently concluded after taking place from Oct. 4 to Oct. 9. Japan Week is an annual event hosted by Bellevue College’s Japanese Culture Exchange Club […]

College Cooking: Chicken Vegetable Soup

October 17, 2021 0

Chicken vegetable soup is a classic warm winter soup that’s excellent in any season, whether you want to prepare for the winter with soups ready-to-go in the freezer or the […]

Restaurant Review: Plum Bistro

October 10, 2021 0

Plum is a vegan array of restaurants all around Seattle. There is Plum Bistro, Plum Chopped, Sugar Plum, Plum Truck, and Pantry by Plum Bistro. Chef Makini Howell is the […]

Weekly Reads: Beneath a Scarlet Sky

October 10, 2021 0

Content Warning: The book has some brutal scenes described in great detail.  “If a bomb’s coming at you, it’s coming at you. You can’t go around worrying about it. Just […]

College Cooking: Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

October 10, 2021 0

It’s finally October. Everyone knows it’s officially time for pumpkin everything! To start off the season right, we have a blend of pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon to fill that […]

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