By Jeffrey Osborn Northwest Asian Weekly Kelly Ogilvie, CEO of Blue Marble Energy, has worked with local communities and events and has an illustrious history of working with high profile people, including taking an early role in Gary Locke’s re-election campaign for governor of Washington in 1999 and 2000. For these reasons and numerous others, […]
By Keishi Matsuda Northwest Asian Weekly It is becoming more common for international students from Asian countries to further their education in Washington state colleges. Some students flourish and have relatively little trouble studying in the United States, but others struggle.
By Jack Broom The Seattle Times SEATTLE (AP) — One of his legs ends at the knee. The other, just below it. It’s a disquieting sight, but Tun Channareth, of Cambodia, sitting in a wheelchair he made himself, would not want you to turn away. “Some people understand my English,” he told a group of […]
Japanese American Lillia Uri Matsuda (née Satow) was interned when she was a nursing student at Seattle University (SU) in 1942.
Oishi previously served as Pierce County Superior Court commissioner. He presided over a variety of proceedings in adult felony criminal cases.
“Sara and her fellow officers re-branded the diversity club and helped shape its new moniker, Inspiring a Movement or IAM
The Day of Remembrance is an annual observance of the signing of Executive Order 9066 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt
Scott Heimberger is often spotted sitting near the entrance of the new Jing Jing Asian Market, greeting customers as they come in. Heimberger isn’t a bag boy though
Bernadette Matsuno, former deputy director of the Department of Neighborhoods and a well-known community activist and volunteer
According to the Association for Women in Science, women make up less than 25 percent of engineering and computer science majors in four-year colleges and universities.