February 20, 2018 – Seattle Weekly “#MeToo U” Since last fall, the nation has fixated on the sexual abuses and subsequent downfall of the Hollywood elite—inspiring millions of posts on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #MeToo. But college students and faculty already knew what the rest of the country is just coming to accept—sexual […]

February 12, 2018 – Seattle Weekly “Community Members Raise Concerns About UW’s Expansion Plans” As a 20 year veteran at UW Medical Center, physical therapist Emily Sharp has seen the U District undergo extensive social, economic, and cultural changes. So she’s blunt about the current reality for university employees and the neighborhood’s business owners. “People […]

February 11, 2018 – UW Daily UW College Republicans-hosted rally ends in five arrests Small bursts of conflict arose in a chaotic and charged afternoon Feb. 10 at the Patriot Prayer rally hosted by the University of Washington College Republicans (UWCRs). As members of Patriot Prayer and counter-protesters clashed, UWPD officers pepper sprayed crowd members […]

November 2, 2017 – UW Daily Cary Moon: Idealistic but not necessarily unrealistic  A shiny, deflated, multicolored unicorn balloon floats listlessly on the door to a conference room filled with a few folding chairs and a couple tables. The office floor is bright and airy, mostly empty save for some card tables and “Moon for […]

November 13, 2017 – South Seattle Emerald Muslim Community’s Day of Dignity Provides Supplies to Seattle’s Unsheltered By 7 a.m. Saturday, twenty people were already waiting outside Belltown’s Millionair Club Charity, zigzagging down the street and trying to shield themselves from the rain. Two and a half hours later, as the doors opened at 9:30, the […]

July 6, 2017 – Seattle Globalist “Democracy voucher advocates aim to diversify Seattle politics” Seattle’s political campaigns could see a shakeup, as the city launches its democracy voucher program giving four $25 vouchers to adult residents to give to people running for citywide offices. Supporters hope the program boosts the diversity of people involved in […]

May 10, 2017 – The UW Daily “Special election resolution fails in the ASUW Senate” At last night’s ASUW Student Senate meeting, contentious debate occurred regarding this year’s ASUW Board elections. A resolution was introduced which would have, in its final form, recalled the May 8-10 election results and held a special election before the […]