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Stress before finals

December 2, 2008 0

By Brook Stallings.The Campus Activities Board and the Peer to Peer Mentoring Program will host the Winter Destress Fest from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at […]

New student fee for green projects

November 25, 2008 0

By Elizabeth BallingerA new fee will be added to registration costs beginning winter quarter, creating a pool of money for students to turn their campus green. The Student Environmental Sustainability […]

ASG funds open gym

November 25, 2008 0

By Adam MagnoniBCC’s Associated Student Government (ASG) met on Nov. 11 for the weekly Board of Directors (BOD) meeting. The board funded the open gym program, heard again from Katie […]

Policy will cut textbook costs

November 18, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger. Textbook prices might not be as expensive for next year’s students. A motion to adopt a course material cost saving policy was passed at BCC’s board of […]

Tolerance shaped modern Iraq

November 18, 2008 0

By Brook Shielding. In a talk on Nov. 13, retired school administrator and Iraqi expatriate, Aida Kouyoumjian said to an audience of 15 that Iraq was a civilized country with […]

ASG approves diversity workshop funding

November 11, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger The Associate Student Government (ASG) approved funding for a diversity workshop to be held during Martin Luther King Week in February at their recent Nov. 6 Board […]

BCC hosts international scholar from Tunisia

November 11, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger Akrem Rebhi never planned on being a teacher. This year, however, Rebhi is hosted by BCC as their seventh annual International Scholar-in-Residence. Rebhi will spend a year […]

Health Science gets new director

November 11, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger Students in Issaquah public high schools know her as the “Condom Lady.” As of September, she’s BCC’s new director of the Health Science Institute. Sheryl Berman, a […]

Inmates help ecologist fight deforestation

November 11, 2008 0

By Scott Carlson Dr. Nalini Nadkarni, an instructor from Evergreen State College (TESC) and ecologist for National Geographic, spoke to BCC science students last Tuesday on some of the unorthodox […]

Man found dead in BCC parking lot

November 4, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger A man found dead in a BCC parking lot Oct. 29 died of natural causes. 61-year-old Frank Roach went missing after excusing himself for feeling unwell during […]

New study shows no increase in new voters

November 4, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger Thirteen percent of registered voters say they will be voting for the first time this election season, according to a recent Gallup poll. This number shows no […]

Congressional candidates debate trade and economy

October 28, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger Washington congressional candidates explained their stands on trade, economic and foreign policy to students and community members during the BCC-hosted Oct. 16 town hall discussion “Can We […]

BCC faces major state funding cuts

October 28, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger Following an Oct. 7 governor’s announcement of across the board budget reductions for state agencies, BCC will be hit by a projected budget cut of $838,000 for […]

Editor’s Letter

October 28, 2008 0

By Adam Magnoni Greetings Bulldogs, There are many things to be afraid of out in this big spooky world

About the Artist

October 28, 2008 0

Cady Smola is a performer of the BCC stage whose most recent appearances include Shelly in “The Buried Child” and the saucy maid Petra in “A Little Night Music”. She […]

ASG awards funding for Center Directors

October 28, 2008 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger Shouts of “Yay for Ice Cream!” followed after the ASG finally awarded funding for the Ice Cream Club’s “Random Acts of Ice Cream,” during its Oct. 23 […]

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