ON THE COVER: Bri Lamkin is a western Colorado based artist. She received an Associate’s Degree from Brigham Young University – Idaho with an emphasis in photography. She has been behind a camera for over ten years. Her recent work is primarily collage and attempts a lighthearted approach to discussing heavy topics such as mental health, feminism, and earth conservation. See more of her work … Continue reading Spring 2017 Interview Issue Cover
ON THE COVER: Bri Lamkin is a western Colorado based artist. She received an Associate’s Degree from Brigham Young University – Idaho with an emphasis in photography. She has been behind a camera for over ten years. Her recent work is primarily collage and attempts a lighthearted approach to discussing heavy topics such as mental health, feminism, and earth conservation. See more of her work … Continue reading Spring 2017 Issue 2 Cover
THE LITTLE KNOWN HISTORY OF BCC By David Laidig Photo Credit: David L. Laidig Berkeley City College’s current building has been in use for 10 years, but few know the full story of the college, which started in 1974 as the Berkeley Learning Pavilion. For many years the Berkeley community pushed Peralta Community College District (PCCD) to establish a full-scale junior college in Berkeley. At … Continue reading What’s In A Name?
Cecilia Majzoub ON THE COVER: Cecilia Majzoub is a photographer, writer and artist born and raised in the Bay Area. She attended Academy of Art University from 2010 – 2013, but quickly after entering, Majzoub realized it was not the place for her. She finished with an A.A. in photography and then headed for New York City. During her time there, she interned for frequent New … Continue reading Fall 2016 Issue 2 Cover
By Darla R. Hitchcock The Impact on Local Economies The next time you and your friends want to load up the car with your snowboards and head up to Tahoe to take advantage of those student deals ($15 Fridays at Boreal, for instance), there’s something you might want to bear in mind: There may not be enough snow to ride down the mountain. According to … Continue reading Climate Change and You
By Max Rohr Get Out There And Get Healthy When was the last time you thought about your New Year’s resolutions? If getting in shape was one, then running has likely crossed your mind. However, the long- standing irony about New Year’s resolutions is that they rarely come to fruition. If you are looking for those resolutions to come true, setting a goal can help … Continue reading Run For Your Life
By Louis Do Making a Splash in Uncertain Waters For young people who want to start a business, taking the first step can be the hardest part. “I just don’t know what my plan should be, or where to begin,” said Brooke Cannons, a BCC student working on launching her own clothing delivery business and accompanying app. “It just seems so daunting,” The BCC Voice … Continue reading Bringing The Business
By Angel Sunlight Searching For Soulmate Jeans I was looking for jeans, but not just any pair of jeans, soulmate jeans. The jeans I will wear throughout my 20s to every party, concert and class. The jeans that will become my second skin. So, one Wednesday before class at BCC, I walked over to Mars, the vintage thrift shop on the corner of Telegraph, across … Continue reading Is There Life On Mars?
Thrift Shop Til You Drop By Zach Adams-Dominik Do you have a date night coming up and want to look like Don Draper, but your wallet is thinking Jeffrey Lebowski? Do you habitually wear the same pair of jeans so often they’re starting to fall apart? Do you aggressively avoid the mall? Updating a wardrobe on a college budget can be frustrating. Often, the items … Continue reading Going Goodwill Hunting