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TAACCCT first round grant

The Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College Career …

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New horizons in private space exploration

Without peering so far into the future that one might fear …

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BC celebrates and learns about Latino heritage

Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. On Oct. 8, …

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Men’s soccer kicks off season with success

The Bellevue College men’s soccer team has recruited …

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Pesticides and depression

The EPA is becoming increasingly interested in the long-term effects of neurotoxic pesticides on farmers. The famous case of DDT, a pesticide used to combat insects and malaria, was brought to the public after a study in the 1970s showed it endangering bald eagles’ eggs by thinning their egg shells. Researchers recently began to hypothesize [...]

Building Bridges: Alliances Between Women of Color and White Women

The Coalition for Gender Equity, previously known as Building Bridges: Alliances Between Women of Color and White Women, is a group of students advocating gender and racial equality. The group took on a new name in hopes of attracting more attention and aims to broaden their involvement this quarter. The inclusion of “gender,” for example, [...]

OSLA asks for input from BC students

The Office of Student Legislative Affairs held a student input meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 1. The turn-out was extremely low. However, key objectives were accomplished. OSLA members explained several issues pertaining to the legislative status quo as it pertains to Bellevue College, and attending non-OSLA students filled out a survey [...]

Peer-to-Peer fall Volunteer Fair

On Oct. 8, the annual volunteer fair took place in the BC cafeteria. At the fair, businesses and local communities were able to speak to students and faculty about their mission to help the community. The Volunteer Fair gives students a chance to help others, from small children to women both poor and homeless. Local [...]

VHF features esoteric tunes

VHF records was founded by Bill Kellum in 1991 to publish a single by his own band, Rake, a group which produced assemblages of noise and crunch throughout the 1990s. Since its inception, VHF has grown to include a variety of experimental and indie groups, as well as the late Jack Rose, of the third [...]