In a video, she said, “Yeah, till July sounds like a bunch of bullshit. I’m sorry. It’s a virus, I get it. I respect it. But at the same time, like, even if everyone gets it — like, yeah, people are gonna die. Which is terrible. But inevitable?”
Washington’s presidential primary is too close to call, and because all votes there are cast by mail or by dropping them off in a ballot box, many ballots were marked for candidates who have since dropped out of the race.
A drive-thru COVID-19 employee health testing site for UW Medicine opened on March 6, at the University of Washington Medical Center – Northwest in north Seattle. Testing is provided to UW Medicine staff, faculty, and trainees who have symptoms or an upper respiratory infection—fever, a new cough, and shortness of breath.
Most Americans seeing a turban-wearing Sikh, with a long beard, would not automatically assume such a man called Charlotte, N.C., his home, growing up.
International Women’s Day was on March 8—celebrated every year around the world. This year, we wanted to highlight the women leading our city, and the world.
By Alka Kurian The Conversation (Republished with permission) Women are among the strongest opponents of two new laws in India that threaten the citizenship rights of vulnerable groups like Muslims, poor women, oppressed castes, and LGBTQ people. The Citizenship Amendment Act, passed in December, fast-tracks Indian citizenship for undocumented refugees from Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Pakistan—but […]
The Japanese American community taught an invaluable lesson to the administrators of Bellevue College, considered one of wealthiest colleges in the Washington state college system. Asian American and Pacific Islander faculty, staff, and students brought Erin Shigaki’s art installation “Never Again is Now”, an 11-foot high mural of two children standing in a concentration camp to commemorate the Day of Remembrance
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. This month, we write about the effects of the coronavirus and the potential issues it may have on sports, Team Philippines baseball gets a boost from the New York Mets, and the creator of the famous “Konami Code” has passed away.
Now, SPU is teaming up with food banks, like the one in Rainier Valley, to make sure that food thrown away from restaurants, grocery stores, and individual households does not make it into the garbage stream.
Your household may be eligible if:
● You are the homeowner or renter
● You have a Seattle City Light and/or Seattle Public Utilities bill in your name*
● Your total household income for the past month prior to applying does not exceed the amount listed below: