Thirty years ago, the words technology and computing did not exist the way they do today. As in many other fields, women had to break stereotypes and glass ceilings
Paul Ishii is president-elect for Rotary Club of Seattle, the largest rotary club in the world, with nearly 700 members. He is the first person of color to be president of Rotary Club of Seattle.
Rich Cho, former assistant general manager (GM) of the Seattle SuperSonics, has been hired to replace Kevin Pritchard as general manager of the Portland Trail Blazers.
Cutting costs at the University of Washington (UW) is an unwanted but necessary action to cover a $92 million budget reduction.
Dear Governor Gary Locke, You don’t know me, but you changed my life for the better during your time as governor, and I wanted to personally thank you for helping me out. My name is Mike Kreiger and I was born and raised in Spokane. Neither of my parents went to college, and we didn’t […]
The University of Washington is feeling the economic crunch. What it’s doing to cope is not garnering many fans …
Journalist and educator Lawrence Pintak has been named the founding dean of the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. He will begin his new position on Aug. 17.
For Asians, the word “Oriental” in the English vocabulary provided useful service to Western imperialism on every continent, until “yellow peril” upped the ante …
Humanities Washington has granted $80,356, a total of 16 grants, for humanities projects to serve Washington’s Asian American communities.
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 […]