Instrument Share Activity

Students enrolled in Music Appreciation participated in a fun activity sharing instruments during class. The students were tasked with finding the Instrument they wanted to share. Some students used Instruments they had as children, others chose to make an instrument. Our goal for this activity was to create sound and rhythm using instruments and for ...more about Instrument Share Activity

OLS Students Win MLK Essay Writing Contest

Please join us in congratulating the students in our Critical Thinking Through Writing course for winning the Bellevue College Martin Luther King Essay Writing Contest, sponsored by the Asian Pacific Island Student Association, Black Student Union, International Student Association, El Centro Latino, LGBTQ Resource Center, Arab Culture Student Association and BC Association of Veterans. Here ...more about OLS Students Win MLK Essay Writing Contest

An Egg-cellent Experiment

The Nutrition, Health, and Fitness course focuses on overall wellness and the application of healthy living practices. Throughout the quarter, students actively participate in events that demonstrate skills and knowledge in maintaining healthy lifestyle choices.  The class has recently been learning about how teeth are affected by what we drink. The eggshell is very similar to the enamel ...more about An Egg-cellent Experiment

Intro to Computers Community Day

OLS students taking Introduction to Computers this quarter celebrated OLS Community Day with Raymona Baldwin of the Disability Resource Center. Raymona shared an informative presentation introducing students to the DRC, what it was for, and how it could serve them as Bellevue College students. Some of the many useful topics highlighted included: Universal Design General ...more about Intro to Computers Community Day

OLS Election Night News Coverage

As news outlets began reporting election results from around the country on November 3rd, second-year students in the OLS News and Daily Living course were busily taking in those numbers. Then at 7:00PM that evening, they gathered online to present their own news coverage in an “Election Night Watch Party” for their fellow students and ...more about OLS Election Night News Coverage

Equal Treatment, Equal Access: Raising Awareness About People With Disabilities and Their Struggle for Equal Rights

Bitmoji pic of the Controversial Issues course students. Bitmojis created by students and put together by student Katelyn. Students in Controversial Issues had the opportunity to study the evolution of the disability rights movement through the eyes of disability activists and the organizations that lobbied for key civil rights legislation for people with disabilities. Students ...more about Equal Treatment, Equal Access: Raising Awareness About People With Disabilities and Their Struggle for Equal Rights

VP Debate Watch Party

The OLS Citizenship class watched the Vice President Debate virtually together on October 7. They watched via YouTube which allowed them to post comments with their opinions about what the candidates said. Course instructors asked questions during the evening about what the students thought about the debate and to discuss how the debate is an ...more about VP Debate Watch Party