BC Gamers Battle for Tuition in Heroes of the Dorm eSports Tournament

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On April 8, Raynor’s Raiders, a team of BC students in the popular Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) Heroes of the Storm, represented Bellevue College in the eSports tournament Heroes of the Dorm. The tourney was sponsored by Blizzard, the company that created Heroes of the Storm and countless famous titles such as World of Warcraft and …more about BC Gamers Battle for Tuition in Heroes of the Dorm eSports Tournament


BC Softball Steps Up For Community Projects

BC softball players and coaches planted seeds at an area farm as part of a community service project

On and off the diamond, the Bellevue College softball team stepped up to the plate to participate in a pair of community service events in the past week, planting seeds for eventual harvest to benefit area food banks, and the Swinging for a Cure” softball doubleheader.


Power of One Conference: Coalition through Community

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Bellevue College has been chosen to host the 2017 Student NASPA Region V Power of One Conference from April 20-22, which will develop the leadership skills of LGBTQ students and provide additional professional development for administrators, faculty/ staff and/ or advisors who support them. This year’s conference theme, “Coalition through Community”, is designed to foster …more about Power of One Conference: Coalition through Community



Unmute the Commute: A Methadone Ride – KBCS

Public health officials have called the opiate epidemic the worst drug crisis in American history – with overdose deaths nearly tripling since 1999. About 50 years ago, clinics starting treating opiate addiction with methadone, or controlled doses of an opiate to slowly wean patients off of their addiction. On today’s Unmute the Commute, we ride along with a methadone patient. Story produced by Hans Anderson.


Applications are open for Camp Casey

The Camp Casey Leadership Retreat is our most popular event of the year! Over 100 students travel with us in June to Whidbey Island for a full week of events, workshops, and networking. Ride the ferry, camp out in the historic Fort Casey, enjoy outdoor field events, build skills on a challenge course, and have the opportunity to network and learn from respected industry leaders.


Unmute the Commute: A Ferry Ride Between Two Worlds – KBCS

On today’s Unmute the Commute, join us for a ferry ride between two worlds – the busy, bustling streets of Seattle’s Downtown, to the peaceful, idyllic farmlands of Kitsap County. Bob Fisher’s daily commute is over 2 hours each way to shuffle between both. Produced by Jennie Cecil-Moore.


You Are Welcome Here

You are welcome here

Dear BC Community, We have all been disturbed by recent incidents that have affected our community, from the posting of prohibited literature on our campus, to divisive rhetoric across the nation that attempts to silence the conversations surrounding inclusion, pluralism, and equity. But I am so very proud of the college’s groundswell of support for …more about You Are Welcome Here