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The first annual all-day TUF FEST

The first annual TUF FEST 2016 brought together a diverse array of artists and participants to celebrate and learn more about the Seattle electronic music scene. From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. in Judkins Park, Seattle was filled with workshops, panels, art installations and music performances. TUF itself is an “intersectional female, non-binary and trans” collective of about 80 members based in

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Guam deserves more respect than it gets

On a map or a globe, Guam is so small that the lettering is bigger than the actual island. Not many people can actually find the island let alone give a one-sentence explanation as to what Guam is. For those who know that Guam is a U.S. territory, I applaud you. However, some people are stumped at what it means to be under the ownership of a larger nation. People often just

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West Seattle Summer Fest 2016

The Junction hosted their 34th annual West Seattle Summer Fest from July 8 to July 10. The event was free to the public and hosted hundreds of vendors and organizations, providing a variety of food options, entertainment and pop-up shops of many different kinds. The event catered to audiences of all ages by offerings roller coaster rides, access to beer gardens and live music.

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Nara Japanese Resturant in Redmond offers fine authentic cuisine

In Redmond, tucked into a little shopping center in the old rail yard district, there is a little sushi place called Nara Japanese Restaurant. Brimming with personality, atmosphere and good food, the restaurant has been a local fixture for 27 years. After even a single visit, it’s not hard to see why. From the paper lanterns to the traditional dividing walls and long sushi bar, the place looks

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The first annual all-day TUF FEST

The first annual TUF FEST 2016 brought together a diverse array of artists and participants to celebrate and learn more about the Seattle electronic music scene. From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. in Judkins Park, Seattle was filled with workshops, panels, art installations and music performances. TUF itself is an “intersectional female, non-binary and trans” […]

If no one has guns, there is no need to worry about gun violence

After the Orlando and Dallas shootings left many people in shock and pain, the discussion about gun control is heating up. Should America implement a new set of gun laws to lower the risk for future shootings? In my opinion, we should just get rid of all guns. I come from Germany, a country where […]

Living a Disabled Life by Steve Ferreira

Steve Ferreira, Bellevue College graduate, successful athlete and founder of the non-profit organization Beyond Disabilities gave his presentation “Living a Disabled Life” on Tuesday, July 12 in the Faculty Commons. He talked about his disability of cerebral palsy and the struggles he faces throughout his life. The presentation was open to all faculty members and […]

New health degree enrollment for fall 2016

In response to Governor Jay Inslee’s directive in 2014 that mandates “State Agencies with 50 or more employees are required to provide Employee Wellness Centers,” Bellevue College’s Health Sciences, Education and Wellness Institute will be accepting its first cohort of students into the four-year Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Promotion and Management program. BC […]

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