By Alia Marsha Northwest Asian Weekly As part of a continuing fundraising effort, the Tsutakawa Fountain Committee at Seattle Central Community College will host an event to raise money for the restoration of an abandoned fountain sculpture by the late, world-renowned artist George Tsutakawa. The fountain is simply called “Fountain.”
Kollaboration Seattle crowned their fourth champion, the duo of spoken-word artist Troy Osaki and music producer Ariel Loud, on Sept. 21 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. Osaki and Loud won $1,000 for their performance. Osaki is a student at the University of Washington; Loud recently graduated from Garfield High School.
By Halden Lin Summer Youth Leadership Program As a musician and a person who experiments with various forms of art, including
By Vivian Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly The heat is rising in Seattle as summer finally makes an appearance in the city! And as temperatures are soaring high, so too are the profiles of many young Asian Americans. Read on to learn about some new fresh new faces on the scene (and maybe an offensive face […]
By Zachariah Bryan Northwest Asian Weekly If there’s one thing Rainier Scholars are, it’s motivated.
The International District Rotary Club awarded scholarships to two graduating high school students. Yemesrach Demissie, who immigrated from Ethiopia to the United States in 2010, is from Franklin High School. She plans to attend the University of Washington to study dentistry.
Compiled by staff Northwest Asian Weekly At the end of each school year, we run this column, which features some exceptional Asian American students that have made the most of their high school careers, whether it’s through academics, volunteer work, artistic endeavors, or in athletics.
Compiled by staff Northwest Asian Weekly At the end of each school year, we run this column, which features some exceptional Asian American students that have made the most of their high school careers, whether it’s through academics, volunteer work, artistic endeavors, or athletics.
Two naval officers and a little build-it-yourself underwater robot are helping to create a new generation of scientists and engineers.
The Alexander Hamilton Friends Association awarded its 2010 Alexander Hamilton Citizenship Achievement Award to 26 gold and 24 silver winners.