His friends call him an idea generator, a go-getter, and even a machine. His name is Ted Yamamura, and he was the visionary for the Executive Development Institute (EDI).
Black Friday horror stories
After a coma-inducing Thanksgiving dinner of turkey, traditional side dishes, and pumpkin pie, some feasters opt to plant themselves on the couch.
One-on-one with Apolo
He has spent the last decade basking in the glow of the international limelight, racing his way into the history books to become the most decorated Winter Olympian
NWAW’s November must-reads
This third installment of the Haruhi series is a collection of four short stories chronicling our beloved SOS Brigade members and their efforts
Editorial: As the weather tests your patience, don’t forget to keep everything in perspective
Thanksgiving is one of our favorite times of the year. Surprisingly though, we were pounded with a snowstorm earlier this week, and it’s been cold ever since.
Nov. 2: Albert Shen named trustee for Seattle CC
Albert Shen, a Seattle entrepreneur, business owner, and local civic leader has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Seattle Community College District.
Oct. 22: LIHI’s Urban Rest Stop celebrates 10th anniversary
The Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) recently held its eighth annual auction and dinner at the Hyatt at Olive 8 in Seattle.
Oct. 22: Chinese delegation tours South Seattle CC
A delegation of representatives from Jiangsu Transportation Technicians College near Shanghai, China, visited South Seattle Community College to learn more
Oct. 20: APIASF and Annie’s Fun hold special reception
A special reception was held in Seattle by Annie’s Fun to raise awareness of the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF), which is the nation’s largest nonprofit