14 hrs ago
More than 600 Seattle U students' personal information exposed
Personal information of more than 600 Seattle University students were exposed, made viewable online by thousands.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Idaho students to get copies of Sherman Alexie novel banned from curriculum
Hundreds of Meridian, Idaho, high school students signed a protest petition when their local school board banned Sherman Alexie's young adult novel "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian' from their 10th-grade curriculum.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Capitol Hill Blog
CHS Pics | Seattle U rallies for fossil fuel divestment
Seattle University students and supporters rallied at the campus quad Monday night to bring attention to a recent decision by school administrators not to join a push for schools across the country to divest in fossil fuel companies.
San Juan Islander
Marine Education - Hands-on and Feet Wet
It was just over a year ago that President Obama proclaimed Washington State's San Juan Islands "a refuge of scientific and historic treasures and a classroom for generations of Americans."
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Seattle University Rejects Divestment From Fossil Fuels
Slog tipper and former Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn says a group of students at Seattle University are rallying against their college's refusal to divest from fossil fuels today, and you should pay attention.
Exclusive Video: Kithkin's Soundtrack for the...
Civilization as we know it is going to collapse - someday at least. Judging by what climate scientists are saying - or what some are gleaning from the buffalo running around Yellowstone - it could be a lot sooner than we'd like.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Being Ethiopian in Seattle
In 1980, the federal government started placing Ethiopian refugees in Seattle, one of a few cities chosen to receive what would eventually be thousands of people - at least 10,000 now just in the Seattle area.
Police: Man caught pleasuring self in street attacks officer
A man caught pleasuring himself in the middle of a Central District intersection early last Friday was arrested for assault after kicking an officer in the head, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Father Murray: A Priest, Not a Rock Star
If you watch the video online, you may notice that Murray blinks a sparse four times or so during the entire clip.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
The News Tribune
Law school would create opportunity for South Sound
Congratulations, Tacoma. With the vision of a few, it looks like a law school might be on the horizon for the city.
WWU's varsity eight wins at Husky Open
The Western Washington University women's varsity eight prevailed over entries from the University of Washington and Seattle University on Saturday morning at the Husky Open held on the Montlake Cut.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
The Daily Courier
Kingman Academy prospect quiets Bagdad baseball
The senior left-hander, who in February of this year originally committed to Yavapai for 2014-15 but instead has officially committed to Seattle University according to his Twitter account, tossed a three-hitter against Bagdad.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Georgia delegation visits Renton's New Horizon School
Renton's New Horizon School hosted an international delegation from Georgia's Ministry of Education and Science on March 28. The five delegates, accompanied by two State Department interpreters, were in the country to get a firsthand look at special education programs in the United States.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Northwest Asian Weekly
Seattle symposium focuses on increasing the minimum wage
Yen Lam, left, owner of Lam's Seafood Market, and Taylor Hoang, owner of Pho Cyclo CafA©, attended the symposium to learn more about the effect of $15/hour on small businesses.
a oeSo, how will this debate around a $15-per-hour minimum wage affect Real Change vendors?a
During the lunch break at the March 27 symposium on income inequality, co-sponsored by the City of Seattle and Seattle University, a woman asked me, "So, how will this debate around a $15-per-hour minimum wage affect Real Change vendors?" The sad truth, I relayed to her, is that it won't.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Washington Policy Center
Join us at UW this evening or watch live online
Tonight Washington Policy Center, along with its Young Professionals group and WPC Young Professionals @UW club, will host the first of two statewide debates in Kane Hall at the University of Washington on the Minimum Wage.
Thorp named to King County Superior Court bench
Gov. Jay Inslee announced Wednesday he is appointing Tanya Thorp, a 12-year veteran of the state Attorney General's Office, to the King County Superior Court to replace Judge Joan DuBuque, who is retiring after serving more than 30 years on the bench.
The Sampson Independent
City hires new finance director
Chris Berendt/Sampson IndependentHarry Staven has been hired as the City of Clinton's new finance director, the city announced Tuesday.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
North Seattle College names new president
Warren Brown, an administrator with 17 years of experience in the state's community college system, has been named the next president of North Seattle College.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
New movement shaking up how we think about wages, wealth
The Great Recession shook up some long-held ideas about the economy, but it didn't entirely dislodge all of them.