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Camp Casey

June 19th-22nd, 2012 is the annual Student Programs Leadership Institute Camp Casey leadership retreat.

All participants are to arrive at 7:15 am sharp at the flag circle! Check in will start immediately due to a large group of students who need to check in as well as ferry deadlined.

Parking If you plan on leaving a car on campus while you are at Camp Casey please park in lot D-1 and make sure you car information is on the list we will give to public safety so you receive no tickets or get towed for parking on campus for the week.

Check in steps

Check in A Get a number card, color code, and luggage tag.

Check in B Put tagged Luggage in U-Haul

Check in C Find your color captain to receive name tag, sports bag with notebook and water bottle

Once you finish these steps you canboared your assigned bus or wait in the marked ‘waiting aira’. This is also your last chance to use the restroom until we get onto the ferry, please plan accordingly.

Please notify Student Programs staff if you experence Motion Sickness. We can help seat you.

Contact Nora with any questions or concerns on June 19th.


Packing list for Camp Casey

  • Sleeping bag and/or sheet and blanket,pillow (no extra bedding will be provided)
  • Toiletries: washcloth, shampoo, soap, bath towel, tooth brush, etc.
  • Warm clothing (It can be cold since we are near the water)
  • 2 pairs of sturdy shoes (can bring flip flops for the shower)(The ropes corse will require sturdy close toed shoes and the camp has uneven ground. It will reduce the chance of accidents)
  • Raincoat
  • hat, gloves, scarves (we will provide a sweatshirt)
  • Swimsuit and extra towel (If you plan to swim)
  • Sunscrean, sunglasses
  • Medication (If you require any)
  • Flashlight
  • Money for snacks(can buy on ferry and at camp)

There will be no oppertunity to buy supplies once we leave Bellevue College. Please make sure to pack any supplies you will need.


Do Not Pack

  • Expensive Jewelry
  • Firearms
  • Fireworks
  • Any type of noise makers
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs (other then required medication)
  • Laptop or other electronics (there will be limited access to electricity and no internet/cell access)
  • High heels

There will be very limited space so please only pack what you need!

We will provide everything else plus fun!




2012-2013 BC Foundation Scholarships!

2012-2013 BC Foundation Scholarships!

The Bellevue College Foundation is pleased to announce the 2012-2013 scholarship opportunities for BC students.  Scholarships are for use during the Fall, Winter and Spring quarters.  All BC Foundation Scholarships are for use at Bellevue College only and can be applied to tuition, fees and (in some cases) books.

Applications are being accepted online NOW!

Visit the BC Foundation Website / Scholarship Page for instructions and access to the online application 

Applications due  June 25!

Questions? Please stop by the Foundation office (A101) for more information.
Phone (425) 564-2386  Email:

AAPI Heritage Month Event

May 15, 2012

9:30 – 10:20 am

“Experiences of an Asian American Civil Rights Activist”

Speaker : Robert “Uncle Bob” Santos

LMC Event Center Room D 106

Robert “Bob” Santos, aka Uncle Bob, is the most publicly recognized spokesperson and leader of the movement that began in the 1970s to preserve Seattle’s Chinatown/ International District (ID).  He is the son of Filipino immigrant Sammy Santos and an “Indipino” (Native American/ Filipino) mother, Virginia Nicol. He was born in Seattle in 1934 and grew up in the city’s Chinatown.  He served in the U.S. Marines after high school in the early 1950s, and returned to Seattle in 1955 to work for Boeing.

He will speak at Bellevue College as part of the Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration.

Sponsored by

MCS, LMC, Student Programs, Office of Equity & Pluralism

Election results 2012 – 2013

ASG President

Ish Sigh Momi : 453 votes

Takhmina Dzhuraeva : 494 votes


ASG VP of Student Affairs and Pluralism

(Tweedy) Thuy Ngoc Pham : 309 votes

Michael Yoon : 714 votes


ASG VP of Finance and Communication

Dustin Boehlike : 651 votes


ASG Campus Life and Events Representative

Katurah Anderson : 781 votes


ASG Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurial Representative

Vannarith Khov : 644 votes


ASG Environmental and Social Responsibility Representative

Alexander Clark : 353 votes

Emily McMillan : 21 votes

Mackenzie Williamson : 500 votes


ASG Marketing and Public Relations Representative

Heidi Yota : 440 votes

Jonathan Peak : 308 votes


ASG Chief Justice

Kevin Tu : 340 votes

Kristin Velez : 268 votes

Steve Turner : 225 votes


ASG Associate Justice #1

Assami Bandai : 470 votes

Jiaxin Liu : 259 votes


ASG Associate Justice #2

Chanmi Choi : 357 votes

Sean Juel : 437 votes

College Civics Week!!

Hey everyone! College Civics week is here! The Office of Student Legislative Affairs is extremely excited to announce that we will be hosting a week long event with a wide variety of activities, workshops, documentaries, games, etc! AND with Secretary of State Sam Reed!! Woot woot!

This email is specifically to invite you all to come and meet Sam Reed, our Secretary of State! Before he retires in January, Secretary of State Sam Reed plans to go back to college – many colleges, actually. And Bellevue College is one of them! As part of his College Civics tour, Sam Reed will be visiting Bellevue College and meeting y’all awesome students. Since taking office in 2000, Sam Reed has led the State of Washington into the 21st Century and secured its legacy. In 2004, he launched the nation’s first state government digital archives to rescue disappearing electronic history. And best of all, he’s one really cool, friendly guy.

Apart from having Sam Reed as our keynote speaker, OSLA will be hosting a jeopardy event and LOTS of free food. Come meet Sam Reed from 3:30 – 4:30 PM on April 10th, 2012. You don’t want to miss this!



Link to the facebook event:


Justice for Shaima and Trayvon

April 11, 2012 in B104 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. there will be a panel discussion.

The topic not only Justice for Shaima and Trayvon but also how we can take what has happened and bring action to our own campus to dispel hate brought about by racism.

Please wear your HOODIE or SCARF in solidarity.


For more information:

On March 24, Shaima Alawadi, 32-year-old mother of 5 died after being beat to death by a tire iron in her own home three days earlier. Next to her body was a note that said, “Go back to your country, you terrorist.”

About a month earlier, on February 26, 17-year-old African American, Trayvon Martin, was shot and killed by 28-year-old George Zimmerman while walking home from a convenience store.

Shaima, an Iraqi Muslim woman who wore the headscarf, and Trayvon, an African American boy who was wearing a hoodie were both subject to the same ill fate.

On April 11, students from across the nation will stand in solidarity against discrimination and hate. As students, we demand legal justice for both Shaima and Trayvon.

Schools that are participating in this nation wide day of action are:
-California State University Fullerton
-Oregon State University
-University of Massachusetts Amherst (April 25)
-The University of Nevada Las Vegas
-Bellevue College (Washington)
-Lane Community College (Oregon)
-Rutgers University (New Jersey)
-University of California Irvine
-University of California Berkeley
-University of California Santa Cruz
-University of California Santa Barbara
-University of California Riverside
-University of California Los Angeles
-University of North Carolina at Greensboro
-El Cambio (Community Group in North Carolina)
-City College of San Francisco
-University of California San Diego

(Each school will be coordinating it’s own action on each individual campus. More details on the specific actions to be posted soon.)

If your school is not listed here and you would like to have an action on April 11, please contact us at

In Solidarity,
The United States Student Association
People of Middle Eastern and South Asian Descent National Caucus (POMESAD)
People of African Descent National Caucus (POAD)


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