By John Liu Northwest Asian Weekly The National Association of Asian American Professionals Seattle Chapter (NAAAP–Seattle) held its 35th annual scholarship
BLOG: Spotlight on youth — An unforgettable summer!!!
Ina Dash University of Washington “I got to see first-hand how bumblebee pollination affects crop production in Seattle’s P-patches (community gardens) through a University of Washington citizen-science project. Insect pollinators are responsible for every one in three bites of food we take and one of the biggest contributors. Sad to say that bees have been […]
ID Rotary awards Lisa Khuu
The International District Rotary Club has awarded Lisa Khuu with a Rotary college scholarship, which she will use to attend the University of Washington with a pre-medicine major. Khuu is currently a student at West Seattle High School, where she has a 3.9 GPA. Her professional goal is to help find cures for diseases. She […]
COMMENTARY: How I made unaffordable college affordable
By The Anh Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly What does the word “college” mean to a former refugee?
Diversity Makes a Difference — Part 4
Compiled by Staff Northwest Asian Weekly The Northwest Asian Weekly’s Diversity Makes a Difference scholarship program celebrates young people who are committed to reaching across cultural lines. Students are nominated by their school for being champions of diversity. From those nominations, a judging panel will choose five winners who will receive $1,000 scholarships and a […]
Diversity makes a difference — Part 4
“Sara and her fellow officers re-branded the diversity club and helped shape its new moniker, Inspiring a Movement or IAM
June 19: Local students are given Hamilton awards
The Alexander Hamilton Friends Association awarded its 2010 Alexander Hamilton Citizenship Achievement Award to 26 gold and 24 silver winners.
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 […]