In a surprising twist to the ongoing conflict at the Green River College, Dr. Eileen Ely has resigned as president, effective June 16.
In early May, University of Washington (UW) Student Life announced the Husky 100, a new award program that recognizes 100 students who embrace innovation, display a capacity for leadership, and understand and engage with diverse communities. One of these students is 22-year-old Amy Wang.
On June 10, students at the University of Washington (UW) Tacoma 26th Annual Commencement Ceremony gave a standing ovation following a speech by Daniel Kristiyanto, who graduated with a master’s degree in computer science and systems.
This pictorial is sponsored by the men and women in the pictorial. All proceeds go to Jill Wakefield Endowed Scholarship for the Seattle Colleges.
“So, when will you be finished with medical school?” asked my grandfather.
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By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Leaders and representatives of more than 100 Asian American organizations announced the filing of civil rights violation complaints against Yale University, Brown University, and Dartmouth College for their discriminatory admission practices against Asian American applicants. The complaint, filed May 23 by the Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE), requests that […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Sheila Edwards Lange has been named the permanent president of Seattle Central College (SCC). She has served as interim president since last August. “Dr. Edwards Lange has all of the qualities we have been looking for in a new president. She has great experience, and it’s clear that she cares […]
This fall, University of Washington students will be able to take classes at the historic Denny Hall, which has been under renovation since last summer.