Opinion Articles

Pop Science undermines actual science

June 6, 2017 0

Lately, I’ve been noticing an epidemic of mischaracterizing science. Celebrities and notable scientists are all over the place talking about political, social, and even religious issues as if they were […]

PrEP: Preventing HIV and stigma

May 23, 2017 0

A few days ago, I walked out of Kelley-Ross Pharmacy in Seattle with about a month’s worth of PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis. PrEP is an anti-HIV medication that reduces the […]

Netflix addresses suicide and depression

May 16, 2017 0

Netflix has done it again. Their newest original, “13 Reasons Why,” didn’t take off quickly initially, but it slowly became one of their most discussed shows. Unlike their other hit […]

Skepticism is about accepting the uncertain

May 9, 2017 0

I’ve realized recently that the term ‘skepticism’ seems to refer only to those who hold a negative position on something. A global warming skeptic doesn’t believe global warming is happening. […]

Advice after transferring

April 25, 2017 0

One of the best days for transfer students is when they find out where they will be going to finish the last two years of their degree. Normally, these decisions […]

Cloudy motives for Trump’s missile strike

April 25, 2017 0

President Donald Trump has many messy motives for ordering the recent Tomahawk missile airstrikes. The current situation with Syria is unpredictable, although it does not necessarily spell out the prelude […]

Raise the student pay to $13 an hour

April 18, 2017 0

With this academic year’s end slowly creeping up and a new year starting to develop, Bellevue College’s budget – and where it should be spent – is up for debate. […]

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