ASG prepare to spend, spend, spend

August 4, 2009 1

Members of the newly elected ASG staff have some ambitious and expensive plans to make on-campus life more enjoyable for students and staff. One of the biggest investments the ASG will most likely be making is on a new scoreboard […]

Light rail hits minor problems

July 28, 2009 0

The Seattle light rail transit, which carries passengers from Westlake in Seattle to International Blvd. in Tukwila, has been operational for over a week now, but it has not been a completely smooth ride. For four decades, the project was […]

ASG encounter problems during hiring process

July 14, 2009 0

After a controversial ASG election period last quarter, the newly-assigned members of Bellevue College’s student government have had some time to settle into their respective positions. However, while these members have worked eagerly to begin living up to their promises, […]

Staff rewarded for excellence

July 14, 2009 0

Faculty and staff at Bellevue College have received $1,000 each for their contribution to the institution and its students. In conjunction with the Margin of Excellence Awards, six employees were nominated by students, faculty and staff to be honored for […]

Financial aid reform

July 7, 2009 0

The Department of Education and Internal Revenue Service will embark on a joint venture to populate the Free Application for Federal Student Aid with tax data. The news, which was announced on June 23 by Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, […]

Sex, faith, and unwanted body parts

June 9, 2009 0

A girl who hates her right hand, a guy who dies each time he has sex, and a middle-aged man resurrecting his high-school rock band. Sound familiar? Well, for the twelve students who took the Advanced Screenwriting class at Bellevue […]

New officers not hurt by allegations against former manager

June 2, 2009 0

On May 18, an Elections Committee held a meeting to discuss complaints made against the former campaign manager of Students Foremost. The meeting investigated whether third-party activity had contributed to the success of any members of the ASG election group, […]

Living in a Dark Globe

June 2, 2009 0

In 1993, two 10-year-old boys abducted and murdered a toddler in Liverpool, United Kingdom. According to the BBC, the toddler was a victim of “brutal and heinous violence”. This horrific crime would incite anger in most, but for Andy Bray, […]

Apple Cup may come to Qwest Field

April 28, 2009 0

The University of Washington and Washington State University are currently discussing the possibility of hosting the annual Apple Cup at Qwest Field, home of the Seahawks. The move could be part of a multi-year deal spanning as long as six […]

Katie Curses: Guest Curser

April 21, 2009 0

After finally getting around to watching “Synecdoche, New York” recently, it dawned on me what a fool Lindy West, writer for The Stranger, had made of herself when reviewing it. I accept that art is objective and that West, being […]

Tennis team on top form

April 21, 2009 0

Bellevue College’s tennis team won their 50th consecutive competitive match, 11 April, against Shoreline Community College. For most teams in the NWAACC league a win would be welcomed, but for our Bulldogs it was business as usual. A total of […]

Bulldogs in full swing

April 14, 2009 0

Bellevue College’s men’s and women’s Golf teams showcased their talent at the Bellevue Invitational which took place on April 5 and 6. The event, which was held at Redmond Ridge and Glendale Country, saw Bellevue College’s women finish in 3rd […]

BCC’s first ‘Queer Film Festival’

April 6, 2009 0

A collection of provocative films will be shown at Bellevue Community College in less than two weeks. Beginning April 15th, the Gay Straight Alliance Club will be screening an array of films at its first ‘Queer Film Festival’. The films […]

Bulldogs eager to succeed in playoffs

March 2, 2009 0

Stephen King. The Men’s and Women’s basketball teams at Bellevue Community College have reached the playoff stage of the NWAACC Championship. The Men’s team, coached by Jeremy Eggers, currently has an impressive 23 — 5 record this season, making them […]

Boxing is no match for staged and brutal violence

March 2, 2009 0

By Brandon Owen, Student Reporter. Professional wrestling organizations such as the World Wrestling Federation (WWE) are non-competitive, prearranged, athletic performing art, which basically puts mixed martial-arts (MMA) fighting and pro wrestling in two separate boats. These boats, however, happen to […]

Outrage for wrong reasons: Husky Stadium

March 2, 2009 0

By Stephen King. Having only moved to Seattle recently, I was amazed to stumble upon an ongoing issue regarding the University of Washington’s bid to renovate the Husky Stadium. UW originally planned to ask the Legislature for $150 million, which […]

Myths influence our diet, health and exercise

February 16, 2009 0

By Stephen KingDon’t listen to people when they give you advice regarding staying fit and healthy. What people say can often be wrong. Parents, friends and even health/fitness advisors get their facts wrong due to common misconceptions. In this week’s […]

The future’s bright for Bulldog baseball

February 2, 2009 0

By Patrick Farricker. As winter slowly draws to a close, we prepare once again for the upcoming baseball season at Bellevue Community College. BCC’s baseball program, which has seen 38 of its players enter into the Major League Baseball draft, […]

1 2