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‘Cycle the Wave’ event to benefit domestic violence victims Sept. 18 in Bellevue

Registration is now open for the ninth annual Cycle the WAVE event. The Women Against Violence Everywhere (WAVE) Foundation’s “Cycle the WAVE” is a celebratory and empowering non-competitive ride for women of all ages. The event brings together riders from communities all over Washington to raise awareness and funds for victims of domestic violencThe event will take place from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18 at Bellevue College, 3000 Landerholm Circle SE.


Enrollment jumps at Washington’s largest community college

This week’s Puget Sound Business Journal ranks the state’s 25 largest community and technical colleges by 2015 fall full-time enrollment. Founded 50 years ago, Bellevue College is the largest community college in the state.


Bellevue College seeks to honor ‘the exceptional 50’

Do you know someone who has contributed greatly to Bellevue College’s success? To celebrate its 50th anniversary, BC is calling on the community to help nominate 50 exceptional people who have made an indelible mark on the institution. In October, “The Exceptional 50” will be honored with a special reception during the college’s homecoming week festivities.



Linking Bellevue College with the Workforce

Al Lewis

Al Lewis’ varied career prepared him well for his job as Bellevue College’s vice president of economic development. His new task? Creating tomorrow’s workforce.


BC teams up with local business for new programming courses

Bellevue College announced Thursday that they will partner with local computer coding center Coding Dojo to deliver two new continuing education courses in programming languages and technologies that can help people looking to get into the tech industry or those already working in it.


Pillar of the community

The Bellevue College men’s baseball team is the epitome of a dynasty at the junior college level on the diamond. The Bellevue Reporter takes a look at the BC program and head coach Mark Yoshino.


Bulldogs host youth hoops camp

Bellevue College men’s basketball head coach Jeremy Eggers sat comfortably in his office busily taking care of administrative duties during the final day of the Bellevue College youth basketball camp on the final day of June 30.


BC’s DeMiero signs to play D1 baseball at Hawaii

Dominic DeMiero

Dominic DeMiero, who posted a 7-2 mark with a 2.74 ERA in 13 starts for BC this season, has signed to play Division I baseball at the University of Hawaii. DeMiero, named to the 2016 First Team All-NWAC team, helped the Bulldogs to a share of the NWAC North Region title and a fifth-place finish at the NWAC Championships.