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BC community responds to Paris attacks

In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on Friday, Nov. 13, Bellevue College President David Rule asked “that you keep the people of Paris, Beirut and all those affected by these senseless, unthinkable tragedies in your hearts and minds.” The flag was lowered from the time of …


Sweden experiments, subverting economic tradition

In today’s connected world the flow of money and ideas has become nearly instantaneous, and the globalized societies are dominating the poor and slow to adapt, largely through superior information resources. Since 2008, the fear of increasingly abstracted markets has …

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Bethesda delivers a hit with Fallout 4

On Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 12:01 a.m. EST, Fallout 4 was released to fans and gamers alike and in the first 24 hours sold 12 million copies across PC, Xbox One and PS4.  I was one of those people who wanted to get my hands on the most recent addition to the Fallout series as soon as I …

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Take a stand and put effort into changing the world

If my Facebook feed is any indication, there is no more pressing topic right now than immigration. Hunger, poverty, unemployment, war, economic illiteracy, scientific illiteracy, actual illiteracy, oppressive government regimes at home and abroad, all pale in comparison to the issue of immigration – whether a group of people from the general vicinity of point […]

Mizzou protestors have the right to speak

College campuses have long been hubs of civil protest and demonstration. While anti-racism protests at Missouri University have been deemed dramatic and selfish by much of the media, they represent this history of effecting change at institutes of higher education. The concerns of the students should be taken seriously even amid a defacing media storm. […]

Non-western ISIS attacks

I don’t want to diminish the tragedy of the ISIS attacks in Paris. It was terrifying to watch coverage of the event and read about the aftermath. I can’t even imagine what it must feel like for victims, witnesses and French citizens in general. Still, I can’t help but wonder; would people have known about […]

Veterans tell their stories

In recognition of Veterans’ Day, the BC Association of Veterans held a “Veterans’ Stories” presentation in the Carlson Theater on Nov. 10. This event was to give veterans of the various U.S. Military branches a chance to share their stories and experiences in the armed forces as well as the lessons they learned. This event […]

Signing for veterans’ success

As a commuter school, Bellevue College has a variety of resources to service a wide demographic of students. One of these tools is the Veterans’ Resource Office, which aims to guide and provide veterans with the information and resources they need to succeed in college and with job placement. On Monday, Nov. 9, President David […]

KBCS series records commuter stories

Bellevue’s local radio station, KBCS, was recently selected for The American Independent Radio project Localore: Finding America. The storytelling experiment selects projects pitched by radio stations across the country then finds independent radio producers to make them a reality. News and Public Affairs Director of KBCS Sonya Green explained that “Each year they have a […]

Rotaract club holds food drive

Bellevue College’s Rotaract Club has organized a food drive with the aid of Northwest Harvest. This food drive is the club’s November project. Students are encouraged to donate nonperishable food in one of the collection boxes that will be on campus this month. Club members set up collection boxes around campus which will remain in […]