News

King County Metro seeks BC feedback

As traffic increases and environmental impacts become increasingly important, transit systems in King County are expanding their service and accessibility to serve a greater number of citizens. King County Metro has released its long-term plan for the next 25 years of expansion and operation. Transportation Planner Graydon Newman came by Bellevue College on May 16 to share the plan and to gather

Opinions

The best presidential candidate might not be one of the front runners

Amongst those running for president this year, one candidate in particular stands out as a bastion of common sense and decent thought. To ensure good dental hygiene for everyone and to bring about the long awaited pony-based economy of the future, there is only one candidate to choose come November. Though Trump has been a shoe-in for the Republican primary ever since he

Arts & Features

A conversation on the language barrier

The Asian Pacific Islander Student Association, APISA, hosted a panel discussion on language barriers. Taking place on May 18, the event consisted of two one-hour sessions, wherein three international students shared their stories and answered questions about the difficulties they had to face when they started studying at Bellevue College. At the end of each session, listeners had the chance to

The Edge

League of Legends international tournament

From May 4 to May 15, Riot Games hosted the Mid Season Invitational, a professional League of Legends tournament that had the top teams from each pro region against each other in a double round robin style group stage before putting the top four into a playoff bracket. Counter Logic Gaming represented North America, Gamers2 represented Europe, reigning world champion SK Telecom T1 represented

Featured Articles

A conversation on the language barrier

The Asian Pacific Islander Student Association, APISA, hosted a panel discussion on language barriers. Taking place on May 18, the event consisted of two one-hour sessions, wherein three international students shared their stories and answered questions about the difficulties they had to face when they started studying at Bellevue College. At the end of each […]

The best presidential candidate might not be one of the front runners

Amongst those running for president this year, one candidate in particular stands out as a bastion of common sense and decent thought. To ensure good dental hygiene for everyone and to bring about the long awaited pony-based economy of the future, there is only one candidate to choose come November. Though Trump has been a […]

League of Legends international tournament

From May 4 to May 15, Riot Games hosted the Mid Season Invitational, a professional League of Legends tournament that had the top teams from each pro region against each other in a double round robin style group stage before putting the top four into a playoff bracket. Counter Logic Gaming represented North America, Gamers2 […]

Symphonic music is underrated

One of the only things I remember from history class in elementary school is learning about classic composers. Beethoven, Bach, Mozart and many more were as popular as rock and pop stars are in modern times. However, there are still some extremely good modern composers out there that aren’t recognized very well for the amazing […]

Bellevue student activism in the 60s

On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King, leading activist for the Civil Rights Movement, was assassinated outside his hotel room in Memphis, Tennessee. He even received a Nobel Peace Prize for his work combating racial injustices using methods of nonviolence. Considering all the work he did for the country in progressing the rights of African […]

Meet some of Bellevue College’s notable alumni

Rays at Orioles 4/14/14

50 years of Bellevue College

Timeline Timeline Timeline Timeline

Snippets of BC's past

Snippets of BC’s past