For our election coverage, Northwest Asian Weekly asked professors Dr. David Bachman and Dr. Laurie J. Sears at the University of Washington to share some of their personal thoughts and opinions on the presidential candidates.
Imagine your second day on the job being in front of cameras and reporters at a press conference introducing the Seattle Mariners newest player from Japan. This was the situation presented to then 26-year-old Ken Barron on his second day of work as the Mariners’ interpreter.
On Oct. 18 the 4th annual University of Washington Alumni Association MAP Bridging the Gap Scholarship Breakfast will honor Dolores Sibonga. Sibonga is a lawyer who has been a lifetime community activist and an elected public official, having served three terms as the first Filipino American member of the Seattle City Council.
The University of Washington’s business school has 72 undergraduate scholarships, but none of them is specifically designed for Asian Americans.
What is the secret to happiness?
Women from all walks of life gathered Friday, Sept. 26, to discuss this age-old question.
Northwest Journalists of Color awarded its 2005 scholarships to Tom Giratikanon of Northwestern University, Christopher Jose of Washington State University, Saadyah J. Hopkins of Seattle Central Community College, McCall Ray Hall of the University of Oregon, Janet Noh of Yale University, Karen Johnson of the University of Washington, Martha Guadalupe Flores Perez of the UW […]