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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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