Olympic medalist speaks at BC

This year Bellevue College is hosting a week long celebration in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. The “Dream and Act, Dr. Martin Luther King did” …


Care and Communicating

Communication is like exchanging gifts. It is how we develop relationships, form awareness and comprehend the world. It is important to have a clear understanding of how behavior is interpreted by others in order to succeed socially. Communication as a term encompasses more than words. It is the …

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History speaker series: “1919: The Worst Year in American History?”

On Thursday, Jan. 22, Professor Bill Woodward came to Bellevue College to speak about American …



Continued Basketball Victories

Both the men and women's basketball teams prevailed over Skagit Valley January 17, at the Bellevue College gym.   …

Featured Articles

Seattle food waste ban

Unbeknownst to most Seattle residents, Jan. 1 marked the commencement of a brand new law that’ll soon affect everyone in the city. A ban has been introduced that prohibits the disposal of food and food waste in trash cans. The food part is self-explanatory. Food waste, however, pertains to items such as soiled pizza boxes, [...]

Crossing the line with freedom of speech

The news has been constantly talking about the recent attacks in Paris. Yes, the tragedies that happened in France are in no doubt a great devastation. But the news fails to highlight other important events too. The actions of the Charlie Hebdo terrorists were extremely inhumane. Their intention was to “avenge the prophet,” but they [...]

“Red Rising” continues young adult dystopian legacy

From classics such as Ayn Rand’s “Anthem” and George Orwell’s “1984,” to modern works like “The Hunger Games” trilogy by Suzanne Collins and the “Divergent” trilogy by Veronica Roth, dystopian fiction still remains a popular genre amongst many teens and adults. Now, after the multimillion-dollar success of “The Hunger Games,” Hollywood lurks in the ocean [...]

Nintendo releases Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U

Nintendo released Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS and Wii U Oct. 21 and Nov. 21 respectively, just in time for the holiday shopping season. Both games feature new characters, as well as discontinues some available to the player in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Fans of the series will be surprised to see Pacman, Greninja, [...]

Seahawks get to Superbowl

When the Seattle Seahawks played against the Green Bay Packers in last Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, even up to four minutes before the end of the fourth quarter, Hawks fans felt like underdogs, struggling against incredible odds. Before the game ended, with the Seahawks trailing 19-7, many fans left  Century Link Field, fearing the likelihood [...]