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Student victim of hit and run on campus

March 2, 2009 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger. BCC Public Safety and Bellevue Police are still looking for the driver of a maroon hatchback who reportedly hit and abandoned a pedestrian on BCC campus February […]

New state cut for BCC estimated at $5.1 mil

March 2, 2009 0

By Brook Stallings. On Wednesday in room C120, Vice President of Administrative Services Rachel Solemsaas gave BCC faculty and staff an “Update of Budget Strategies” Tuition and class fees at […]

Panel talks on health care crisis in America

March 2, 2009 0

By Brook Stallings. Students and faculty gathered in room C120 last Wednesday for the winter 2009 Coffee, Tea, and Politics discussion, entitled “Health Crisis in America: Politics, Economics, and the […]

Next transfer fair set for April

March 2, 2009 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger.BCC’s next transfer fair will be held April 16th. Thirty baccalaureate colleges and universities are expected to lay out information tables marked by their school colors, and compete […]

Activist speaks for Black History Month

March 2, 2009 0

By Brook Stallings.Why is Black History Month important? Boots Riley, hip-hop artist and political activist, gave 140 BCC community members his answer at his speech on Wednesday at N201. “History […]

Students, faculty take message to Olympia

March 2, 2009 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger.In a state Senate hearing in Olympia last Monday, representatives from BCC went before the legislature to testify on behalf of the senate bill that would allow BCC […]

Floten: “We are still the face of America”

February 16, 2009 0

By Patrick Farricker. Wednesday, BCC President Jean Floten delivered a “Budget Planning Update” at Bellevue’s Carlson Theater. The presentation addressed BCC’s gloomy revenue forecast, which projects additional cuts and reductions […]

Inventor honors Darwin

February 16, 2009 0

By Brook Stallings. In a speech that spanned 10 billion years and disciplines as diverse as agriculture and computer science, Dr. Leroy Hood explained Darwin’s theory of natural selection and […]

ASG funds Black History Month dance

February 16, 2009 0

By Brook Stallings. Black Student Union President Robin Bailey wants to know if you know who invented the traffic light. If you don’t, you will soon have the opportunity to […]

Toll could make BCC commute too costly

February 16, 2009 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger. The bill proposed in the state legislature last Thursday to allow one-way tolling of up to $3.25 on the Highway 520 bridge would put a weighty burden […]

Petition for LGBTQ center

February 13, 2009 0

By Katie Drahos. Students walking by might see the bright rainbow posters hanging up on bulletin boards around campus. Or, as of late, they might find them in a more […]

New four-year degrees added to bill

February 13, 2009 0

By Brook Stallings. BCC has begun the process of developing three new degrees in progressive fields: Green business practice, Dissymmetry, (a new technology in nuclear imaging), and a four-year radiologist […]

Trustees: Plan for worst-case scenario?

February 2, 2009 0

By Elizabeth Ballinger. Reluctant to cut jobs, BCC’s administration will have to lay off teachers and other faculty to meet their $3.5 million target cut for the next two years. […]

Chinese New Year honored by ISA

February 2, 2009 0

By James Storbeck. On Monday and Tuesday, the International Student Association (ISA) brought the Chinese New Year in with a celebration held in the cafeteria here at Bellevue Community College. […]

Bad economy gets students fired-up

February 2, 2009 0

By Brook Stallings. The Associated Student Government (ASG) hosted two “Budget Cut Student Forums” this week to explain how Washington State’s projected $7 billion deficit will likely affect BCC students. […]

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