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University of Washington student arrested in groping cases

SEATTLE — Police have arrested a 19-year-old University of Washington student related to a series of groping incidents on campus.KOMO-TV reported six women have reported being grabbed or fondled in an intramural activities building near Husky Stadium since Jan. 31.

Date: 02/08/2016 | Northwest

UW police looking for man who has groped numerous women

SEATTLE — University of Washington police are looking for a man who they believe has groped women at the student athletic building. Police believe the man inappropriately touched women at least three times at the building since Jan. 31.

Date: 02/07/2016 | Northwest

EvCC adds new program to train new kind of workforce

EVERETT – Unlike decades ago, the current surge in demand for welders and other vocational skills in the Puget Sound region is more than a search for blue-collar workers.Increasingly specialized industry requires knowledge of robotics, electronics, programming and...

Date: 02/05/2016 | Business

Westendorf buzzer-beater lifts Seattle past Chicago State 59-56

SEATTLE — Brendan Westendorf scored 12 points and hit a game-winning, running 3-pointer from near half court with a second left as Seattle extended its Western Athletic Conference win streak to four, beating Chicago State 59-56 Thursday night.

Date: 02/04/2016 | Sports

Why student housing in Everett is such a big deal

Everett Community College is partnering with a private developer to build a new student housing complex next to its north Everett campus. The commitment to campus housing is meaningful well beyond the effect a few hundred more students will have on coffee shops and fast food...

Date: 02/04/2016 | Business columnists

Give students freedom to learn free speech

Regardless of what one thinks of the future of newspapers and other print media, journalism in some form will — must — continue as a vital part of our society and democracy.And that requires journalists who are trained as much in journalism's responsibilities as...

Date: 02/04/2016 | Editorials

WSU adds software engineering program at Everett center

EVERETT — Students can now apply for a software engineering program to be offered starting this fall at Washington State University in Everett.The number of students accepted into the program depends upon the level of interest. It will be the fifth degree program...

Date: 02/02/2016 | Business

County businesses confident about growth, survey says

EVERETT — A new economic study finds that most businesses surveyed in Snohomish County expect economic stability or growth this coming year and a majority expect revenues to increase year over year.Everett's Coastal Community Bank is working with Western Washington...

Date: 02/02/2016 | Business

Software for Washington colleges needs improvement

SPOKANE, Wash. — Officials say the $100 million computer software system for Washington state’s community colleges will likely cost another $10 million before it’s ready for use.

Date: 02/01/2016 | Northwest

Trinity Lutheran students launch fundraiser to save school

EVERETT — Bello Dondja, a senior at Trinity Lutheran College, stood in the commons area while students (and a few staff) danced to a hip-hop beat. "This place was dead a week ago, with people figuring out where to go and who to tell," he said.

Date: 02/01/2016 | Local News

Why the University of Oregon turned to neighboring states for students

Oregon’s flagship university boasts a well-heeled athletic program that has made it one of the most recognizable brands in college sports. Yet that has not shielded the University of Oregon from challenges facing many other public universities: a shrinking pipeline of local high school students and...

Date: 01/30/2016 | Northwest

Seattle knocks off WAC-leading Grand Canyon 59-57

PHOENIX — Emmanuel Chibuogwu grabbed an offensive rebound with four seconds left and laid it in to lift Seattle to a 59-57 win over Grand Canyon Saturday night, handing the Antelopes their first loss in Western Athletic Conference play.

Date: 01/30/2016 | Sports

EvCC’s student focus earns national honor

Years ago, the knock on community colleges was that they were little more than "high schools with ashtrays."Thankfully, the ashtrays and the cigarettes are long gone. And the perception that a community college education is second-rate also is disappearing in a...

Date: 01/29/2016 | Editorials

Westendorf leads Seattle past UVU 73-62

OREM, Utah — Brendan Westendorf scored 20 points and distributed five assists as Seattle posted a 73-62 win over Utah Valley Thursday night.The RedHawks won their second straight game and climbed into a tie for fourth-place with the Wolverines in the Western Athletic...

Date: 01/28/2016 | Sports

Everett Community College on list of 150 best in nation

SEATTLE — Nine Washington community colleges are on list of the 150 best in the nation.The colleges were picked by the nonprofit Aspen Institute, which will choose a grand prize winner in early 2017. The Aspen Prize comes with a $1 million reward.

Date: 01/27/2016 | Northwest

University of Oregon wants basketball player’s suit dismissed

PORTLAND, Ore. — The University of Oregon has asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a former basketball player who claims the school damaged his prospects of playing in the NBA.

Date: 01/26/2016 | Northwest

New Mexico State beats Seattle 68-60

SEATTLE — Pascal Siakam had 21 points and 11 rebounds to lead New Mexico State to a 68-60 victory over Seattle on Thursday night.Siakam posted his 10th straight and NCAA-leading 18th double-double. Ian Baker added 15 points and Jalyn Pennie 12 for the Aggies (12-8, 4-1...

Date: 01/21/2016 | Sports

Oregon college plans Whiteness History Month project

PORTLAND, Ore. — An Oregon college intends to undertake an innovative project on racism that it says examines how white privilege affects people’s daily lives.

Date: 01/21/2016 | Northwest

Disabled UW alum files lawsuit over arena accessibility

SEATTLE — A University of Washington alumnus says parts of the school’s arena and the university’s ticket pricing violate the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Date: 01/21/2016 | Northwest

Obama administration seeks Pell grant expansion

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration wants to expand the federal Pell grant program to help more students graduate from college — by providing them with money to attend classes year-round and reward them for taking more credits.

Date: 01/19/2016 | Nation & World

State lawmakers propose free community college

OLYMPIA — Tuition at community and technical colleges in Washington would be free for state residents without a bachelor’s degree under a proposal announced Tuesday by a group of Democratic lawmakers.

Date: 01/19/2016 | Northwest

What lies beneath

With new tech, scientists probe Puget Sound

Date: 01/17/2016 | Local News

Alleged assault prompts brief lockdown at Seattle Pacific University

SEATTLE — Authorities say an alleged assault reported near campus Saturday morning prompted a brief lockdown of Seattle Pacific University.

Date: 01/16/2016 | Northwest

Artist calls brain scans ‘a kind of self-portait’

EVERETT — The thing about art shows at Snohomish County’s community colleges is that you’re more likely to see documentary, educational and ground-breaking work than you would in neighborhood art galleries.

Date: 01/15/2016 | Entertainment

Oregon State University store begins accepting food stamps

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon State University has become one of only a handful of universities with a store that can accept federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program cards.

Date: 01/13/2016 | Northwest

Small business center seeks long-term funding solution

EVERETT — The small business development center for Snohomish County cobbled together enough money to keep the doors open in 2016 but needs to find a stable source of funding to last beyond this year.

Date: 01/13/2016 | Business

Trinity Lutheran College in downtown Everett to close

EVERETT — Students at Trinity Lutheran College returned to class Monday to start the spring semester.On Tuesday, they learned this semester would be their last.The school will cease all instruction May 7, said Jim Lindus,...

Date: 01/12/2016 | Local News

Briefs: EdCC adds two new trustees

EdCC adds two new trusteesEdmonds Community College's Board of Trustees has gained two new members, Tia Benson Tolle, and a new student trustee, Omar Abdulla. Benson Tolle will serve a term which will run through September 2020. She replaces board member...

Date: 01/11/2016 | Bizblog

UMKC beats Seattle 84-69

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Martez Harrison scored 21 points, and LaVell Boyd hit four 3-pointers and finished with 20 points to help Missouri-Kansas City beat Seattle 84-69 Thursday night.

Date: 01/07/2016 | Sports

Some WSU medical school doctors will be trained in Everett

EVERETT — In the not-too-distant future, you may be saying ‘Aaaahh' to a doctor in training.Washington State University plans to teach medical students in Everett after it launches its new medical school.The idea is that students will spend the first...

Date: 01/06/2016 | Business

Neighbors oppose ‘ugliness’ of UW Bothell’s building plans

BOTHELL — Neighbors of the University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College are worried about a proposed change that would end the master building plan for the joint campus, streamline campus development, and allow...

Date: 01/02/2016 | Local News

‘Residents Only’ signs near Getchell dissuade off-campus parking

Josh Hardy of Marysville writes about

Date: 12/28/2015 | Street Smarts

Pullman native helped create new Star Wars score

PULLMAN — A Pullman native and Washington State University grad helped create the new Star Wars score with Academy Award-winning composer-conductor John Williams.

Date: 12/27/2015 | Northwest

Foster care to college: Seattle University blazes a new path

SEATTLE — When Tara Reynolds first moved to Seattle, she blurred over the details of her childhood by telling new friends that she went to high school at a Wyoming boarding school.

Date: 12/26/2015 | Northwest

CIA responds to UW student’s lawsuit over Salvadoran documents

SEATTLE — The CIA says it is not wrongfully withholding documents related to the Salvadoran civil war.

Date: 12/24/2015 | Northwest

Helping college students find their paths

More knowledge. More skill. More potential. No matter the reason that a student enrolls in college, the ultimate goal is usually the same: a degree that will expand opportunities. But for too many students, staying enrolled and graduating with a degree may pose stark and...

Date: 12/21/2015 | Commentary

Sabonis scores 36 as Gonzaga holds off Tennessee 86-79

SEATTLE — Domantas Sabonis scored 20 of his career-high 36 points in the first half, Kyle Wiltjer added 24 and Gonzaga blew a 19-point lead before holding on late for a 86-79 win over Tennessee on Saturday night.

Date: 12/19/2015 | Sports

Old friends meet when Zags face Vols in Battle in Seattle

SEATTLE — Newly hired Tennessee men's basketball coach Rick Barnes needed a game. Gonzaga coach Mark Few needed an opponent for the Battle in Seattle."He called as soon as he got the job," Few said. "I think he really wanted to start up a...

Date: 12/18/2015 | Sports

Saving a source of local news

The announcement in late November that Pacific Lutheran University intended to sell its popular National Public Radio affiliate and jazz music station, KPLU (88.5 FM), to the University...

Date: 12/18/2015 | Editorials

Everett CC women drop tourney opener

WALLA WALLA — The Everett Community College women's basketball team lost its first-round game at the Walla Walla Crossover Tournament on Thursday, falling to Clark College 87-62.

Date: 12/17/2015 | Sports

EWU’s Kupp headlines FCS All-America team

Three-time first-team selection Cooper Kupp of Eastern Washington leads The Associated Press FCS All-America football team, along with Montana State quarterback Dakota Prukop, who plans to transfer to Oregon.The team also includes running backs Marshaun Coprich of Illinois...

Date: 12/16/2015 | Sports

Jewish man sues Christian school in Portland for discrimination

PORTLAND, Ore. — An applicant for a professor job claims in a lawsuit that a small private Christian liberal arts college in Portland discriminated against him by refusing to hire him because he’s Jewish.

Date: 12/14/2015 | Northwest

FBI investigates student’s rough arrest by Seattle police

SEATTLE — The FBI has opened a criminal investigation into the rough arrest of a University of Washington student by Seattle police in 2012.

Date: 12/14/2015 | Northwest

Everett CC women top Green River 75-42

Everett Community College's women's basketball team defeated Green River Community College in the Everett Women's Classic on Friday night.Breezy Shore, a Monroe High School alum, scored 29 points and scooped up 11 rebounds for the Trojans in the win. Edmonds-Woodway High...

Date: 12/11/2015 | Sports

Scalia draws rebukes for comments about black students

WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, famous for his blustery rhetoric from the bench and beyond, finds himself in controversy again after suggesting that some black students might belong at “slower-track” universities.

Date: 12/11/2015 | Nation & World

Who will be able to afford college in a decade? Hardly anyone

For much of the 1990s and the first decade of this century, college enrollment in the United States surged as the number of high school graduates ticked upward thanks to the Baby Boom Echo.The rise in the number of students on college campuses was propelled in part by...

Date: 12/11/2015 | Nation & World

College degree was worth something after recession

WASHINGTON — In the wake of the Great Recession, a meme took hold: That of the overeducated barista, unable to find a job in her field, working instead in a low or middle-skilled position just to get by. By 2011, more than half of college graduates under age 25 were jobless or...

Date: 12/11/2015 | Business Wire

WWU student charged with hate crime for ‘lynch her’ post

BELLINGHAM — Charges have been filed against a Western Washington University student from Granite Falls who allegedly wrote “let’s lynch her” on the social media platform Yik Yak.

Date: 12/10/2015 | Local News

Swift station to open at Edmonds CC in early 2016

Students can look forward to a shorter walk to the Edmonds Community College campus from their Community Transit bus with the opening of the Swift College Station on southbound Highway 99 at 204th Street SW in Lynnwood.College Station is under construction and is expected to...

Date: 12/10/2015 | Street Smarts

EvCC sustainability expert brings ideas to state commute reduction board

EVERETT — In her nine years focused on sustainability efforts at Everett Community College, Molly Beeman has helped the college put recycled paper in printer drawers, compost its food waste and reduce unwanted junk mail from 200 pounds a day to 10.

Date: 12/09/2015 | Street Smarts

Walker could have one of his best basketball teams at EvCC

In his 31 years as head men's basketball coach at Everett Community College, Larry Walker has been blessed with some very good teams.This season he appears blessed with one of his best.The Trojans return four starters from a team that finished 18-14 a year ago...

Date: 12/08/2015 | Sports

Spokane native wins Miss Rodeo America competition

SPOKANE — A Spokane woman has become the first Miss Rodeo America winner from Washington state.The Spokesman-Review reported Katherine Merck, a Gonzaga University law student, was crowned winner of the competition Sunday in Las Vegas.

Date: 12/07/2015 | Northwest

After fatal crashes, WSU parents, students demand safer roads

PULLMAN — Parents and students at Washington State University are demanding safer roads leading into Pullman after two fatal crashes this holiday season.They said Highway 195 and Highway 26 have both become very dangerous, with narrow lanes and high speed limits.

Date: 12/07/2015 | Northwest

Our complicated feelings toward those ‘yearning to breathe free’

Congressman Rick Larsen’s audience was in full agreement Friday when he spoke about the meaning of the Statue of Liberty.

Date: 12/06/2015 | Julie Muhlstein

Colorful compilation

Discover the beautiful diversity of the Salish Sea

Date: 12/06/2015 | Explore NW

More federal loan debt forgiven for Corinthian students

WASHINGTON — The government is erasing the loan debt of more than 7,000 former students of the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges — totaling over $100 million, but still representing a tiny fraction of a federal debt-forgiveness program that could run well into the billions of dollars.

Date: 12/04/2015 | Business Wire

Students, watch your yakking

The posts on Yik Yak, an anonymous social media smartphone app, were without question racist and threatening.Following discussion last month that Western Washington University's Viking mascot was viewed by some students as racist, debate on the smartphone app ranged from...

Date: 12/02/2015 | Editorials

$10,000 bail for Granite Falls man arrested in racial threats at WWU

BELLINGHAM — Bail has been set at $10,000 for the Western Washington University student arrested on campus and accused of making racial threats against black students and others on social media.

Date: 12/01/2015 | Northwest

Russell helps No. 2-ranked Western Washington vie for national soccer title

For any college athlete, the chance to play for a national championship is a special career moment.But for Western Washington University soccer player Erin Russell, who endured a severe knee injury and subsequent surgery 31/2 years ago, simply being able to play the game...

Date: 11/30/2015 | Sports

Student arrested on WWU campus after racial threats

SEATTLE — Western Washington University officials say they have arrested a 19-year-old student in connection with racial threats posted online against black students and others that closed the campus last week.

Date: 11/30/2015 | Northwest

Most WWU students return to Bellingham campus after hate speech

SEATTLE — Most, but not all, students returned to Western Washington University Monday as police investigate racial threats against black students and others on social media that shut down the campus last week.

Date: 11/30/2015 | Northwest

Coddling culture has left young adults ill prepared

It would be easy to call protesting college students crybabies and brats for pitching hissy fits over hurt feelings, but this likely would lead to such torrents of tearful tribulation that the nation's university system would have to shut down for a prolonged period of grief...

Date: 11/26/2015 | Opinion Columnists

Briefs: UW Bothell hires new vice chancellor of advancement, external relations

UW Bothell hires new vice chancellor of advancement, external relationsPhilip Akers has been named the new vice chancellor for advancement and external relations at the University of Washington Bothell. Akers will join UW Bothell on Feb. 1. He has more than...

Date: 11/25/2015 | Bizblog

Black Oregon college student says he’s forgiven attackers

PORTLAND, Ore. — A black Lewis & Clark College student who told police he was assaulted by three white men on campus said Tuesday he forgives the attackers.

Date: 11/24/2015 | Northwest

Briefs: WSU wins CleanTech Alliance award

WSU wins CleanTech Alliance awardWashington State University was awarded the 2015 CleanTech Alliance Achievement Award during the Alliance's Annual Meeting on Nov. 17. The CleanTech Achievement Award honors a business or organization for making significant...

Date: 11/24/2015 | Business

Police investigating possible hate crime at Portland college

PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland police are investigating a possible hate crime at Lewis and Clark College.

Date: 11/23/2015 | Northwest

2 Yale students from Pacific Northwest are Rhodes scholars

SEATTLE — Two Yale University students from the Pacific Northwest have been named Rhodes scholars.Mason Ji, of Shoreline, and Jared Milfred, of Portland, Oregon, and are among the 32 American students chosen as Rhodes scholars for 2016.

Date: 11/22/2015 | Northwest

New EvCC housing under construction, set to open fall 2016

EVERETT — A hole in the ground off Broadway will soon be the site of a new housing complex for students at Everett Community College.

Date: 11/22/2015 | Local News

Spokane WSU medical school hopes to enroll students in 2017

SPOKANE — Officials for Washington State University’s new medical school in Spokane are working on an aggressive schedule to win accreditation.

Date: 11/20/2015 | Northwest

Seattle U men fall to Eastern

CHENEY — The Seattle University men’s basketball team enjoyed its best shooting performance of the young season, but it was not enough as Eastern Washington held on for a 76-70 non-conference victory Wednesday afternoon in a game rescheduled from Tuesday night.

Date: 11/18/2015 | Sports

Student sues Oregon university for $3 million after rape

PORTLAND, Ore. — A 20-year-old Pacific University student who says another student raped her has filed a $3 million lawsuit against the Oregon university.

Date: 11/17/2015 | Northwest

Student, 19, injured in third-story balcony fall in Pullman

PULLMAN — Police in Pullman said a Washington State University student was injured when she fell off a third-story balcony of an off-campus apartment.

Date: 11/16/2015 | Northwest

Amid student protests, some see erosion of free speech

Associated PressSAN FRANCISCO — A recent groundswell of protests on college campuses over race, sexual misconduct and other social issues has some civil libertarians worried that the prized principle of free speech could be sacrificed in the rush to address legitimate student grievances.

Date: 11/15/2015 | Nation & World

From the ground up

Researchers gauging how well satellites can measure rain, snow

Date: 11/12/2015 | Local News

New University of Oregon president eyes graduation rate

PORTLAND, Ore. — Helping students graduate on time is among the best ways to keep rising college costs in check and minimize the debt burden for students, University of Oregon President Michael Schill said Wednesday.

Date: 11/11/2015 | Northwest

Mizzou president became a political football

Activists at the University of Missouri just won themselves a trophy Monday. After weeks of protests against the president of the University of Missouri System, Tim Wolfe — and, most importantly, after the Mizzou football team threatened to boycott games until Wolfe quit —...

Date: 11/11/2015 | Opinion Columnists

Stabbed student in Oregon sues college for $3 million

BEND, Ore. — A college student has filed a lawsuit against Central Oregon Community College, claiming officials brushed aside his pleas to assign him to a different dorm room before he was stabbed by his roommate.

Date: 11/06/2015 | Northwest

Lawmakers say Oregon agency, university resisting hemp

SALEM, Ore. — There’s a quiet battle playing out between Oregon State University, the Oregon Department of Agriculture and Democrats in the state’s congressional delegation who say the school and agency have fumbled a chance to make Oregon a hemp leader.

Date: 11/06/2015 | Northwest

Briefs: EdCC instructor awarded medal by President Obama

EdCC instructor awarded medal by President ObamaEdmonds Community College part-time English instructor Lela Hilton was given the National Humanities Medal by President Barack Obama for her involvement as director of the Clemente Course. The Clemente Course...

Date: 11/03/2015 | Bizblog

Vote for a better Washington

Regardless of the outsized attention that the presidential election draws, your vote matters as much if not more in local and state elections, this year determining who represents you on city councils, school boards, fire districts and more and next year as you elect legislators and...

Date: 11/03/2015 | Editorials

WWU’s handling of sexual assault cases under investigation

BELLINGHAM — Federal officials are investigating Western Washington University’s handling of sexual assault cases following a complaint filed by a student earlier this year.The Bellingham Herald reported that officials with the Office of Civil Rights are wrapping up a visit Tuesday.

Date: 11/02/2015 | Northwest

Regents approve making WSU campus nicotine-free

SPOKANE — Cigarettes and other products containing nicotine will soon be banned on the Pullman campus of Washington State University, after the Board of Regents approved the ban on Friday.

Date: 10/30/2015 | Northwest

Regents told WSU costs $5K a year more than UW

PULLMAN — It costs a typical student about $5,000 more per year to attend Washington State University than the University of Washington in Seattle.

Date: 10/30/2015 | Northwest

Dems urge Obama to fund earthquake-warning system

WASHINGTON — Thirty-six members of Congress from Western states asked President Barack Obama on Wednesday for $16.1 million to complete an earthquake early-warning system being developed by scientists in Southern California and along the West Coast.Reps. Adam Schiff,...

Date: 10/29/2015 | Nation & World

Urban areas actually seeing a ‘brain rush,’ not a drain

The population of New Orleans fell 7.3 percent after Hurricane Katrina, but guess what. NOLA now has 40,000 more college graduates than before the disaster.From 2000 to 2013, Detroit lost over 160,000 residents but amazingly added nearly 167,000 college graduates.

Date: 10/29/2015 | Opinion Columnists

Briefs: EdCC students to travel to NASA's Johnson Space Center

EdCC students to travel to NASA's Johnson Space CenterEdmonds Community College students Ben Nguyen and Rebekah Waligorski were selected to travel to NASA's Johnson Space Center to participate in the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars project. They...

Date: 10/28/2015 | Bizblog

She's '100 percent Coug'

Hayley Statema helps build Everett's WSU community

Date: 10/28/2015 | Julie Muhlstein

WSU regents to vote on tobacco-free campus

SPOKANE — Tobacco and nicotine products may be banned from the sprawling Washington State University campus in Pullman.The Board of Regents will vote Friday on the proposed ban, which would make WSU one of more than 1,100 tobacco free campuses in the nation.

Date: 10/27/2015 | Northwest

WSU researchers working to launch breath test for pot use

TACOMA — Washington State University researchers say they’re close to having a portable breath test that police can use to detect if someone has recently consumed marijuana.

Date: 10/26/2015 | Northwest

After 40 years, Bruce Warden’s wallet shows up

TACOMA — On one of her final days in Sitka, Alaska, Chantal Cough-Schulze hiked Harbor Mountain, walking a ridge she’d traveled often.“I saw there’d been a new rock slide,” Cough-Schulze said. “And lying there, about 2 feet off the trail, was a wallet.”

Date: 10/24/2015 | Northwest

Oregon college shooting fund distributes $145,000

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Nonprofits in Roseburg, Oregon, have distributed the first round of money that flowed into a relief fund following the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College.

Date: 10/24/2015 | Northwest

New program to help WSU students pay for college

PULLMAN — Washington State University has launched a new program designed to help more students pay for college.Under the program, more than 400 students can open a savings account with an interest rate of up to 400 percent and use the funds to pay for college.

Date: 10/23/2015 | Northwest

WSU to start new transfer student program

TRI-CITIES — Washington State University Tri-Cities will be participating in a pilot program that allows transfer students to apply credits earned at the campus toward unfinished associate degrees.

Date: 10/20/2015 | Northwest

Idaho man gets jail time for offering scholarships for sex

SPOKANE — An Idaho college’s former financial aid director has been sentenced to 107 days in jail for charges related to offering students financial aid in exchange for sex.

Date: 10/20/2015 | Northwest

Dormitory planned for EvCC

Nearby 6-story building could be home to 120 students

Date: 10/14/2015 | Business

University of Washington names Cauce as president

SEATTLE — The University of Washington Board of Regents on Tuesday chose Ana Mari Cauce to be the school’s next president, making her the first woman, first openly gay person and first Latina to hold the job permanently at the institution.

Date: 10/13/2015 | Northwest

County exec candidates meet in Thursday forum at Edmonds CC

The two candidates for Snohomish County executive will appear at an election forum Thursday at Edmonds Community College.

Date: 10/13/2015 | South County Politics

Briefs: UW Bothell, Cascadia College open new rec center

UW Bothell, Cascadia College open new rec centerThe University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College celebrated the opening of the new Activities and Recreation Center on Oct. 7. The project was jointly funded by student activity fees from both...

Date: 10/13/2015 | Bizblog

UW law school to study marijuana markets and regulation

SEATTLE — A new group at the University of Washington law school will spend the next academic year studying existing and emerging markets for marijuana.The project will help inform the state as it prepares to combine the medical and recreational marijuana markets.

Date: 10/12/2015 | Northwest

Washington colleges prepared for campus shootings after SPU

SEATTLE — Colleges and universities in Washington state didn’t require the wake-up call from Umpqua Community College. They’ve tightened their preparations for campus attacks after the June 2014 fatal shooting at Seattle Pacific University.

Date: 10/10/2015 | Northwest

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