BC’s Dyer Named First-Team All-American in Volleyball

Averi Dyer

BC sophomore Averi Dyer was named a first-team Two-Year College All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Dyer, an outside hitter, helped the Bulldogs to the NWAC North Region title and a second-place finish in the 2017 NWAC Championships.


BC Student Advocates for Disability Community

Joey Wilson

A life-long resident of the Queen Anne neighborhood in Seattle, Joey Wilson, 26, is a member of the developmental disability community and currently earning his associate degree through the Occupational & Life Skills (OLS) program at Bellevue College. He works part-time as a grocery clerk, and has moved from living in a group home to …more about BC Student Advocates for Disability Community


3rd Annual BOOM Experience to Be Held at BC

BOOM Experience participants from 2016

Bellevue College is partnering with the Bellevue School District to host The BOOM (Breaking Out Of the Margin) Experience, an all-day conference designed to support 7-12th grade male students who racially identify as African, Black, Hispanic, Latino, LatinX, Native American, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander (or mix of any). The program, scheduled for Dec. 12, provides …more about 3rd Annual BOOM Experience to Be Held at BC


Men’s Basketball Looks to Build on Tournament Victory

The Donald Brady era at Bellevue College got off to a good start, but the first-year coach realizes there is still a lot of work ahead. The Bulldogs opened the season by winning the Pierce Thanksgiving Tournament, including a 102-101 semifinal victory over Linn-Benton in which BC overcame a 15-point halftime deficit.


Bellevue College’s radio station recognized for excellence in reporting of disability issues

Yuko Kodama (left) and Sonya Green meet with Katherine Schneider at the annual Katherine Schneider Journalism Award for Excellence in Reporting on Disability. Photo by Marcus Chormicle, Cronkite School

Bellevue College’s public radio station 91.3 KBCS received national recognition in journalism last night for producing a two-piece segment chronicling the experiences of a wheelchair user trying to navigate public transportation in Seattle. “Dorian Wants Transit Policy Towards Disabled Persons to Change” placed third in the prestigious 2017 Katherine Schneider Journalism Award for Excellence in …more about Bellevue College’s radio station recognized for excellence in reporting of disability issues


KBCS Recognized for Excellence in Reporting

Yuko Kodama (left) and Sonya Green meet with Katherine Schneider at the annual Katherine Schneider Journalism Award for Excellence in Reporting on Disability. Photo by Marcus Chormicle, Cronkite School

Bellevue College’s public radio station 91.3 KBCS received national recognition in journalism for producing a two-piece segment chronicling the experiences of a wheelchair user trying to navigate public transportation in Seattle. “Dorian Wants Transit Policy Towards Disabled Persons to Change” placed third in the prestigious 2017 Katherine Schneider Journalism Award for Excellence in Reporting on …more about KBCS Recognized for Excellence in Reporting


BC Athletes Receive NWAC Academic Excellence Awards

Bellevue College was well-represented on the 2017 NWAC Fall Sports Academic Excellence Awards with seven student-athletes named to the list. Four BC men’s soccer players received recognition, along with two members of the women’s soccer team and one volleyball player.


Navigating the Department of Veterans Affairs as a Transgender Veteran – KBCS Report

A federal judge has placed a temporary stay on President Trump’s ban on transgender soldiers. Meanwhile, transgender veterans struggle to navigate for appropriate healthcare through the Department of Veterans Affairs. KBCS’s Yuko Kodama spoke with transgender U.S. army veteran Brooke Wylie about her experiences in advocating for services.


Top-ranked Chemeketa derails Bellevue’s upset bid

Down two sets to one, halfway thru the fourth set, top-ranked Chemeketa was trailing seventh-ranked Bellevue 11-4 after surrendering eight straight points. Then the Storm ran off a 21-10 run to end the fourth set. BC, which won five straight matches to get to the final, finally ran out of energy.


Chemeketa and Bellevue to battle for NWAC Volleyball Title

The Chemeketa Storm and Bellevue Bulldogs will square off Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center in Tacoma, Wash. The match will feature the NWAC’s top two teams in kill efficiency. The Bulldogs had the top number .243 followed by the Storm’s .229.Chemeketa came into the tournament ranked No. 1 and is riding a 23-win match streak.