MCS hosts student success discussion

May 28, 2013 0

Last Wednesday, Henry Amaya and the Multicultural Services hosted their annual Student Faculty Café in C-120. Of the over 1,000 faculty members working both full-time and part-time at the Bellevue […]

School collects LGBTQ demographic info

May 28, 2013 0

As a result of the efforts of LGBTQ, pluralism activists and other Washington collegiate community members, an updated enrollment form that includes gender neutral options and self-announced pronouns will become […]

Women leaders prepare for conference

May 28, 2013 0

On May 29, 2013, five of Bellevue College’s women leaders will get the chance to represent BC at the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders in Maryland. Due to […]

Interim VP position filled

May 28, 2013 0

The Associated Student Government selected an interim Vice President of Finance and Communication at their Board of Directors meeting on Thursday May 23. Vice President of Finance and Communication Elect […]

Meet Chief Justice Elect Komalpreet Sahota

May 28, 2013 0

Komalpreet Sahota, the Associated Student Government Chief Justice Elect for the 2013-2014 school year, is the youngest person on the ASG. A Running Start student from Kentridge High School, Sahota […]

Letter to the Editor: Canvas

May 28, 2013 0

I’m a little puzzled by the recent article, “Canvas: Is it more trouble than it’s worth?” written by staff reporter Emry Dinman in the May 7 issue of The Watchdog. […]

The Canvas debate

May 28, 2013 0

At Bellevue College, Canvas has replaced Blackboard Vista as the online platform of the college. Becoming increasingly popular among institutions of both higher education and K-12 schools, Canvas was chosen […]

Baseball team makes playoffs

May 28, 2013 0

The Bellevue College baseball team had a miracle season that just came to a close. The team overcame numerous problems from the beginning of the season to make it into […]

Strangled with protection

May 28, 2013 0

Our system of justice is a series of checks and balances in which everyone is held accountable in some way. We could imagine it as a web where everyone is […]

Creative outlets on campus

May 28, 2013 0

For those who love to write, for those who love to read, for those who love literary magazines… Belletrist, Bellevue College’s online literary magazines, is worth taking a look into. […]

Faculty profile: Michael Korolenko

May 28, 2013 0

Rarely do you meet a teacher that literally practices what he preaches, but that is exactly the case with Michael Korolenko. He has been a film and communications teacher at […]

Review: There’s a yeti on the loose

May 28, 2013 0

I know, I know. You’ve had enough of the frozen yogurt craze. If you hear “froyo” or some other truncated name for that unsatisfactory substitute for ice cream you’re going […]

The Weekly World: Two Obamas?

May 28, 2013 0

My appreciation for some of President Obama’s policies is a veritable wellspring of debate and disagreement with some of my more conservative friends. I frequently cite his soaring defense of […]

Vital Nature: Bugs for dinner

May 28, 2013 0

The U.N. is fighting hunger, climate change and greenhouse gas emissions all in one shot. But this force of this triple-threat may be hard from some to swallow—entomophagy. OK, so […]

Review: “Into Darkness”

May 28, 2013 0

Most of us are all well aware of Gene Rodenberry’s masterpiece, “Star Trek” and its history. For those who are a bit rusty on their Trek-trivia, the epic series was […]

BC softball hits it out of the park

May 22, 2013 0

The Bellevue College women’s softball team has been tearing up the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges league all season–their efforts have earned them the first place position in the […]

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