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2013-2014 ASG Election

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March 31, 2013All day

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

2013-2014 ASG Election

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March 31, 2013

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

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2013-2014 ASG Election

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April 1, 2013All day

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

2013-2014 ASG Election

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April 1, 2013

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 1, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

Welcome to the First Day of Spring Quarter!

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April 1, 2013 1:00 pm

CAB and Student Programs will be on hand outside the B building/bookstore dispensing snacks, coffee, and tips on getting around campus!

Look for us between 10 and 1 and let us know what questions you have about Spring Quarter!

Sponsored by Campus Activities Board and Food Services.

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2013-2014 ASG Election

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April 2, 2013All day

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

2013-2014 ASG Election

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April 2, 2013

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 2, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

Speech & Debate Silent Auction

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April 2, 2013 2:00 pm

BC Speech & Debate is holding this fundraiser to raise funds for Nationals! Find us in the Cafeteria April 2, 4, and 5!

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2013-2014 ASG Election

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April 3, 2013All day

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

2013-2014 ASG Election

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April 3, 2013

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 3, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

Covington Elementary School Visit

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April 3, 2013 11:44 am

Students in the 6th Grade from Covington Elementary School are visiting the college from 10:30 - 1:30.

Sponsored by Student Programs.

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2013-2014 ASG Election

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April 4, 2013All day

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

2013-2014 ASG Election

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April 4, 2013

Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

 

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 4, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

Speech & Debate Silent Auction

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April 4, 2013 2:00 pm

BC Speech & Debate is holding this fundraiser to raise funds for Nationals! Find us in the Cafeteria April 2, 4, and 5!

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Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 5, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

Speech & Debate Silent Auction

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April 5, 2013 2:00 pm

BC Speech & Debate is holding this fundraiser to raise funds for Nationals! Find us in the Cafeteria April 2, 4, and 5!

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Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 6, 2013 2:00 pm

Special Saturday hours for this exhibit in the Gallery Space!

Exhibit of modern works by African American artists, on loan from Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open Saturdays 10 - 2 in D271.

Exhibit runs through April 12.

For more info or a private tour of the exhibit, contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at Kate.Casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

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Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 8, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

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Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 9, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 10, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

La Tertulia (Spanish Table)

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April 10, 2013

Todos Los Miércoles De
10:30 am A 11:30 am
En La Cafeteria!
Join us for Spanish Table, Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:20 in the Cafeteria!
Questions? Contact Archana Alwar, aalwar@bellevuecolleg.edu

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Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 11, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

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BC Information Session

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April 11, 2013 4:30 pm

If you have not yet applied to Bellevue College, but are interested in the college, then this is for you!

Choosing a college is an important step and at times a difficult decision.

BC invites you to attend a Bellevue College Information Session.

- Learn an overview about the college
- Review the admission process
- Discover which degrees are offered
- Clarify which are transferable and non-transferable degrees
- Know more about BC certificate programs
- Understand the English & Math Assessment requirements
- Hear tips about Financial Aid and College Scholarships
- Visit our beautiful 98 acre campus and learn much more!

Additional 1:1 advising will be available for Financial Aid.

Sign up below for one of the following sessions and come get to know us!

Your email for registration confirmation will include a campus map.
Considering BC? Start a personal profile and get just the info you want and need...

Click here to sign up today http://getstarted.bellevuecollege.edu More Information...

Please note:  This is not the Running Start Orientation.  Please check your BC email for clarification.

Location: Building R109
Price: Free! Open to all students. Parents are encouraged to attend.
Sponsor: Education Planning Academic Advising
Contact: Education Planning Academic Advising 425-564-2212

Масленица Celebration with Bliny!

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April 11, 2013 8:00 pm

Join the Russian Student Association as they share the Slavic Maslenitsa celebration of the coming of Spring with home made Bliny (pancakes)!

C130 A&B  4 - 8 p.m.

Sponsored by the Russian Student Association and ASG

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LAST DAY! Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

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April 12, 2013All day

Exhibit of modern graphic works by African American artists, on loan from the Portland-based collector Jordan Schnitzer.

Open weekdays through April 12 in the Gallery Space, D271, 8:30 to 5 and Saturdays 10 to 2.

For a private, guided tour of the exhibit please contact the exhibit's curator, Kate Casprowiak at kate.casprowiak@bellevuecollege.edu.

LAST DAY! Coloring Within the Lines: Graphic Works by African American Artists

Free Tax Assistance and FAFSA workshops offered by BC Financial Aid Office

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April 12, 2013 4:00 pm

The BC Financial Aid Office will host  free tax assistance and Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) workshops on campus over the next three months.   If you earned less than $57,000 in 2012 and plan to file a 1040A or 1040EZ, United Way tax volunteers can help you file your taxes for FREE!   Afterwards, BC Financial Aid advisors can help you complete your FAFSA online and explain other items needed to receive financial aid at BC.   Bring your necessary tax documents and come see us on one of the following dates:

February 15, 2013    8am-4pm    Room A134

March 15, 2013          8am-4pm    Room A134

April 12, 2013              8am-4pm    Room A134

If you have any questions regarding this workshop, please stop by or call the Financial Aid Office at 425-564-2227.

 

 

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Rotaract First Harvest

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April 13, 2013All day

Rotaract spends the second Saturday each month volunteering at Northwest Harvest in Kent, WA.

If you'd like to get involved with Rotaract or with this volunteer effort, contact us in Student Programs in C212.

2nd Annual Autism Awareness Video Game Tournament

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April 13, 2013 5:00 pm

All ages are welcome. Free admission, $10 tournament fee.

The Mario Brother's are at it again! There will be a Microsoft Xbox Kinect Kids Game Room (up to age 12) and a DigiPen Student Game Table. Hear special speakers, attend the Autism Spectrum Navigator student panel, visit with autism service vendors and community vendors, and/or participate in the silent auction. Food will be available for purchase.

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Speech & Debate at Pho Rho Pi Debate Nationals

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April 16, 2013All day

BC Speech & Debate is travelling to California for the National Community College Speech & Debate Tournament.

Kinect with The Inn

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April 16, 2013 1:00 pm

Enjoy Kinect, the sports video game, with The Inn during lunchtime today.

Find us in the Cafeteria from 11 - 1.

Sponsored by The Inn.

Spring Leadership Seminar

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April 16, 2013 2:30 pm

The Leadership Institute sponsors a free Leadership seminar from 1:30 - 2:30 in C103 today.

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Rotaract "Up With People" Bake Sale

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April 17, 2013All day

Teach youths about cultural awareness and anti-bullying! Rotaract is hosting a Bake Sale to fund-raise to bring "Up With People" to Bellevue College!

Find us in the Cafeteria April 17 and 18.

Sponsored by Bellevue College Rotaract

Speech & Debate at Pho Rho Pi Debate Nationals

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April 17, 2013All day

BC Speech & Debate is travelling to California for the National Community College Speech & Debate Tournament.

Latina/Latino Leadership Camp

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April 17, 2013 1:00 pm

El Centro Latino, in conjunction with the Bellevue School District, is hosting a leadership camp to empower Latino youths.

The camp will run April 17 and 24 from 8 am - 1 pm in the Cafeteria (C120 and C130).

 

La Tertulia (Spanish Table)

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April 17, 2013

Todos Los Miércoles De
10:30 am A 11:30 am
En La Cafeteria!
Join us for Spanish Table, Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:20 in the Cafeteria!
Questions? Contact Archana Alwar, aalwar@bellevuecolleg.edu

International Night Final Pre-Performance

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April 17, 2013

ISA will hold its final pre-performance on the Cafeteria stage today starting at 5:30.

Your chance to get a peek at the upcoming festivities to be featured during International Night!

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Speech & Debate at Pho Rho Pi Debate Nationals

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April 18, 2013All day

BC Speech & Debate is travelling to California for the National Community College Speech & Debate Tournament.

Rotaract "Up With People" Bake Sale

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April 18, 2013All day

Teach youths about cultural awareness and anti-bullying! Rotaract is hosting a Bake Sale to fund-raise to bring "Up With People" to Bellevue College!

Find us in the Cafeteria April 17 and 18.

Sponsored by Bellevue College Rotaract

Kent School District visits

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April 18, 2013

Students from Kent School District will be touring Bellevue College.

ASL Club Game Night

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April 18, 2013 8:30 pm

Play games in ASL and learn more about Deaf culture!

Find us in C120 from 5:30 - 8:30 pm today!

Bellevue Neighborhood Forum

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April 18, 2013 9:43 am

Join Bellevue College, the City of Bellevue, and Youth Eastside Services for a conversation on community and school safety.

How can schools and mental health agencies partner to help preventing tragedies such as Newtown? Where can people turn for help? What are the trends and signs tp pay attention to?

Panelists will share their expertise on the web of support available in our schools and community.

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Speech & Debate at Pho Rho Pi Debate Nationals

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April 19, 2013All day

BC Speech & Debate is travelling to California for the National Community College Speech & Debate Tournament.

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Speech & Debate at Pho Rho Pi Debate Nationals

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April 20, 2013All day

BC Speech & Debate is travelling to California for the National Community College Speech & Debate Tournament.

UW Pow Wow Field Trip

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April 20, 2013 1:45 pm

The First Nations Student Association is sponsoring a student field trip to the University of Washington's "First Nations @ UW 42nd PowWow."

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Earth Week Photo Exhibit

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April 22, 2013All day

Stop by this exhibit of environment-related images by the Bellevue College Photography Club.

Running during Earth Week, the exhibit is located in the Lobby of the Coffee Shop in the student activities building.

Earth Week: Living With Climate Change

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April 22, 2013All day

Earth Week: Living With Climate Change! Some highlights (April 22-26):
Electric Car and Bike Show (Monday)
4th Annual Farmer's Market (Tuesday)
Speakers - about 20 total lectures throughout the week, including:
Cliff Mass on The Northwest impacts of global warming (Monday 9:30)
Tom Giardino from Valve Software (Mon 12:30) and Ed Price and Scott Fintel from Microsoft (Tues 11:30) speaking on virtual worlds and game design (Virtual is Green) (sponsored by the Computer Science Club)
Lauren Hatzell Nichols on personal responsibility and the ethics of climate change (Wed 10:30)
Yoram Bauman the Stand-Up Economist (Thurs 9:30)
First Nations Student Association Presentation (by Waziyatawin) and Film (End:Civ) (Fri 10:30-2:30)
Film screenings including – Chasing Ice, Waste Land, Bag It, Climate Refuges, Climate Nation…
Haiku Contest
ASG BBQ is also on Thursday of Earth Week – and they will be aiming for a (near) zero waste event
And much much more! Please visit <http://scidiv.bellevuecollege.edu/rv/earthweek/2013/schedule13.php> for a full schedule of events.

Electric Vehicle/Bike Event

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April 22, 2013 3:00 pm

The Office of Sustainability has a gathering of electric vehicles, bikes, and electric bikes to promote sustainable modes of transportation!

Come check out the collection and give an electric bike a spin!

Today in the Courtyard.

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Earth Week Photo Exhibit

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April 23, 2013All day

Stop by this exhibit of environment-related images by the Bellevue College Photography Club.

Running during Earth Week, the exhibit is located in the Lobby of the Coffee Shop in the student activities building.

Earth Week: Living With Climate Change

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April 23, 2013All day

Earth Week: Living With Climate Change! Some highlights (April 22-26):
Electric Car and Bike Show (Monday)
4th Annual Farmer's Market (Tuesday)
Speakers - about 20 total lectures throughout the week, including:
Cliff Mass on The Northwest impacts of global warming (Monday 9:30)
Tom Giardino from Valve Software (Mon 12:30) and Ed Price and Scott Fintel from Microsoft (Tues 11:30) speaking on virtual worlds and game design (Virtual is Green) (sponsored by the Computer Science Club)
Lauren Hatzell Nichols on personal responsibility and the ethics of climate change (Wed 10:30)
Yoram Bauman the Stand-Up Economist (Thurs 9:30)
First Nations Student Association Presentation (by Waziyatawin) and Film (End:Civ) (Fri 10:30-2:30)
Film screenings including – Chasing Ice, Waste Land, Bag It, Climate Refuges, Climate Nation…
Haiku Contest
ASG BBQ is also on Thursday of Earth Week – and they will be aiming for a (near) zero waste event
And much much more! Please visit <http://scidiv.bellevuecollege.edu/rv/earthweek/2013/schedule13.php> for a full schedule of events.

Farmer's Market

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April 23, 2013

The 4th Annual Earth Week Farmer's Market brings local produce and local growers to campus!

Find us from 9 - 2 in the C Building Courtyard today!

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Earth Week Photo Exhibit

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April 24, 2013All day

Stop by this exhibit of environment-related images by the Bellevue College Photography Club.

Running during Earth Week, the exhibit is located in the Lobby of the Coffee Shop in the student activities building.

Earth Week: Living With Climate Change

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April 24, 2013All day

Earth Week: Living With Climate Change! Some highlights (April 22-26):
Electric Car and Bike Show (Monday)
4th Annual Farmer's Market (Tuesday)
Speakers - about 20 total lectures throughout the week, including:
Cliff Mass on The Northwest impacts of global warming (Monday 9:30)
Tom Giardino from Valve Software (Mon 12:30) and Ed Price and Scott Fintel from Microsoft (Tues 11:30) speaking on virtual worlds and game design (Virtual is Green) (sponsored by the Computer Science Club)
Lauren Hatzell Nichols on personal responsibility and the ethics of climate change (Wed 10:30)
Yoram Bauman the Stand-Up Economist (Thurs 9:30)
First Nations Student Association Presentation (by Waziyatawin) and Film (End:Civ) (Fri 10:30-2:30)
Film screenings including – Chasing Ice, Waste Land, Bag It, Climate Refuges, Climate Nation…
Haiku Contest
ASG BBQ is also on Thursday of Earth Week – and they will be aiming for a (near) zero waste event
And much much more! Please visit <http://scidiv.bellevuecollege.edu/rv/earthweek/2013/schedule13.php> for a full schedule of events.

Latina/Latino Leadership Camp

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April 24, 2013 1:00 pm

El Centro Latino, in conjunction with the Bellevue School District, is hosting a leadership camp to empower Latino youths.

The camp will run April 17 and 24 from 8 am - 1 pm in the Cafeteria (C120 and C130).

 

La Tertulia (Spanish Table)

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April 24, 2013

Todos Los Miércoles De
10:30 am A 11:30 am
En La Cafeteria!
Join us for Spanish Table, Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:20 in the Cafeteria!
Questions? Contact Archana Alwar, aalwar@bellevuecolleg.edu

MCS Financial Literacy Workshop

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April 24, 2013 1:45 pm

Attend this free Financial Literacy Workshop on Wednesday, April 24, in C120a. There are two sessions: Session one is Budget and All About Credit Budgeting -- Simple and easy exercises to flex and stretch your dollars.will be held from 11:30am-12:30pm. Session two, held from 12:45pm - 1:45pm,  is All About Credit -- Expect the Unexpected, Use Credit Wisely.

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Earth Week: Living With Climate Change

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April 25, 2013All day

Earth Week: Living With Climate Change! Some highlights (April 22-26):
Electric Car and Bike Show (Monday)
4th Annual Farmer's Market (Tuesday)
Speakers - about 20 total lectures throughout the week, including:
Cliff Mass on The Northwest impacts of global warming (Monday 9:30)
Tom Giardino from Valve Software (Mon 12:30) and Ed Price and Scott Fintel from Microsoft (Tues 11:30) speaking on virtual worlds and game design (Virtual is Green) (sponsored by the Computer Science Club)
Lauren Hatzell Nichols on personal responsibility and the ethics of climate change (Wed 10:30)
Yoram Bauman the Stand-Up Economist (Thurs 9:30)
First Nations Student Association Presentation (by Waziyatawin) and Film (End:Civ) (Fri 10:30-2:30)
Film screenings including – Chasing Ice, Waste Land, Bag It, Climate Refuges, Climate Nation…
Haiku Contest
ASG BBQ is also on Thursday of Earth Week – and they will be aiming for a (near) zero waste event
And much much more! Please visit <http://scidiv.bellevuecollege.edu/rv/earthweek/2013/schedule13.php> for a full schedule of events.

ASG BBQ

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April 25, 2013 2:00 pm

Get involved in elections! Join us for the ASG barbecue and vote for your student representatives.

Find us in the E Courtyard from 10 - 2 today!

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Earth Week: Living With Climate Change

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April 26, 2013All day

Earth Week: Living With Climate Change! Some highlights (April 22-26):
Electric Car and Bike Show (Monday)
4th Annual Farmer's Market (Tuesday)
Speakers - about 20 total lectures throughout the week, including:
Cliff Mass on The Northwest impacts of global warming (Monday 9:30)
Tom Giardino from Valve Software (Mon 12:30) and Ed Price and Scott Fintel from Microsoft (Tues 11:30) speaking on virtual worlds and game design (Virtual is Green) (sponsored by the Computer Science Club)
Lauren Hatzell Nichols on personal responsibility and the ethics of climate change (Wed 10:30)
Yoram Bauman the Stand-Up Economist (Thurs 9:30)
First Nations Student Association Presentation (by Waziyatawin) and Film (End:Civ) (Fri 10:30-2:30)
Film screenings including – Chasing Ice, Waste Land, Bag It, Climate Refuges, Climate Nation…
Haiku Contest
ASG BBQ is also on Thursday of Earth Week – and they will be aiming for a (near) zero waste event
And much much more! Please visit <http://scidiv.bellevuecollege.edu/rv/earthweek/2013/schedule13.php> for a full schedule of events.

Veterans Resource Event

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April 26, 2013 12:00 pm

Veterans: Connect with resources that will help you here in school and beyond! Build connections with other students and translate your experience into success!

Sponsored by BCAV, this event will be held from 8 am to noon today in the L Building Lobby. Please stop by!

First Nations Presents "END:CIV" and Professor Waziyatawin

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April 26, 2013 2:30 pm

The First Nations Student Association presents the movie "END: CIV", which examines our culture’s addiction to systematic violence and environmental exploitation.

Based in part on Endgame, the best-selling book by Derrick Jensen, this movie asks: “If your homeland was invaded by aliens who cut down the forests, poisoned the water and air, and contaminated the food supply, would you resist?”

We have also invited the noted Dakota activist and writer, Professor Waziayatawin, to talk about the movie and about the issue of Decolonization.

Please join us today in N201 at 10:30 for this important event!

Power of One Conference

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April 26, 2013 12:23 pm

The LGBTQ Resource Center is sending a group of attendees to the Power of One Conference in Boise Idaho, to empower youth and leaders with a focus on LGBTQ issues.

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Power of One Conference

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April 27, 2013 12:23 pm

The LGBTQ Resource Center is sending a group of attendees to the Power of One Conference in Boise Idaho, to empower youth and leaders with a focus on LGBTQ issues.

International Night

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April 27, 2013 10:00 pm

Join us for this annual evening of food, music and dance, this year being held in Champions Center.

The event, sponsored by the International Student Association, brings professional and student performance to the campus and offers a cultural celebration for all. Mark your calendars!

Tickets are $10, available now in the Business Office. The event always sells out, so grab a ticket now!

Champions Center is located at 2649 Landerholm Cir SE  Bellevue, WA 98007, Phone (425) 289-1878.

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Power of One Conference

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April 28, 2013 12:23 pm

The LGBTQ Resource Center is sending a group of attendees to the Power of One Conference in Boise Idaho, to empower youth and leaders with a focus on LGBTQ issues.

Family Project

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April 28, 2013 6:30 pm

The Muslim Students Association is hosting an event where students and parents get together to bridge the gap between generations.

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Future Pharmacists Charity Bake Sale

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April 30, 2013

We're selling baked goods and hand-crafted bracelets to raise money for charities promoting equaliting and social justice.

In the Cafeteria starting at noon today!

Tapped!

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April 30, 2013 11:44 am

The BC Environmental Club invites you to see "TAPPED: The Movie", which examines the role of the bottled water industry and its' effects on our health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil.

Join us in C225 at 1:30 today.

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La Tertulia (Spanish Table)

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May 1, 2013

Todos Los Miércoles De
10:30 am A 11:30 am
En La Cafeteria!
Join us for Spanish Table, Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:20 in the Cafeteria!
Questions? Contact Archana Alwar, aalwar@bellevuecolleg.edu

ASG Election Second Candidate Debate

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May 1, 2013 2:00 pm

the candidate's second debate is May 2 and May 3rd is the last day to vote for new Asssociated Student Government (ASG) officers. ASG officers are
elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student
body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in
campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively
participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their
view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

Person to call for more info:      Heidi Yota

Number to call for more info:     (425) 564-2141

14th Annual Become Exceptional Luncheon

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May 1, 2013 1:30 pm

Entrepreneur Gerald Chertavian, the Founder and CEO of Year Up and the author of New York Times best seller, A Year Up, will keynote the 14th Annual BC Foundation Become Exceptional Luncheon. The luncheon is set for Wednesday, May 1, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Meydenbauer Center, 11100 NE 6th Street in Bellevue.

 

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ASG Election Second Candidate Debate

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May 2, 2013 2:00 pm

the candidate's second debate is May 2 and May 3rd is the last day to vote for new Asssociated Student Government (ASG) officers. ASG officers are
elected every spring quarter and serve as representative for the entire student
body thorough the next academic year. Activities include participating in
campus committees and policy-making. Students are encouraged to actively
participate in college governance. Students have the right to express their
view on college policy, issues and concerns of general interest to the ASG.

Person to call for more info:      Heidi Yota

Number to call for more info:     (425) 564-2141

TRiO Spring Academic Award

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May 2, 2013 2:30 pm

Please join us as we recognize the academic accomplishments of TRiO students and celebrate TRiO graduates.

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Science Division Open House

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May 4, 2013 2:00 pm

SAMI and the Bellevue College Science Division will host a celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) on Saturday, May 4 from 10am to 2pm in the college's S (Science) Building.  The event is free and open to the public. All activities will take place in the S building on the main campus of Bellevue College. Free parking will be available in the Bellevue College Parking Garage.

During the event, visitors of all ages can collect stamps in their STEM passports as they engage in hands-on activities and demonstrations from BC's five Science Division programs: Earth and Space Sciences; Engineering Sciences, Life Sciences, Mathematics, and Physical Sciences. Activities will include:

An insect room with  butterflies, Bess Beetles, and termites

Wave Tank Demonstrations in the Oceanography lab

A Shark Tooth Fossil Dig

Planetarium Shows

Demonstrations of BC's Giant Van De Graaff Generator and Vacuum Cannon in the Physics lab

Exciting Chemistry Demonstrations from the Chemistry Club

Math Puzzles and Activities

Engineering Experiments...and more!

For more information, call Kate Souza at (425) 564-3055

 

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