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UW ranked 23rd in the world in new college list

The Times of London says the University of Washington is the 23rd best university in the world. In the newspaper's new higher education list, UW is the fourth best American public college. The universities are...

Model Minority Myth and the ‘Miracle Drug’

College student David, a marketing major at Oregon State University (OSU), crams for his exams during finals week. With a busy schedule and difficult classes, he stresses about the limited time he has to...

Model Minority Myth and the ‘Miracle Drug’

Asian American college students are increasingly misusing dangerous prescription drugs like Adderall to help get good grades.

SF Tries a New Tactic in Protecting Nail Salon Workers: Going Green

San Francisco could become the first city in the country to adopt green standards for its nail salons. It’s a move advocates hope will kick-start a movement toward greener and healthier products that has...

SF Tries a New Tactic in Protecting Nail Salon Workers: Going Green

San Francisco could become the first city in the country to adopt green standards for its nail salons. It’s a move advocates hope will kick-start a movement toward greener and healthier products that has...

Captive in Your Own Country

Via New America Media Imagine a not too distant future when China has taken over the United States. The US is not indebt to China, butt its been literally invaded by China. Chinese soldiers with...

Captive in Your Own Country

Time is winding down to comment on the City’s Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA) Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The period for receiving feedback from the public has been extended until Monday, August 7th

Students Sue Over Disappearing Teachers

Natalie Robinson, 10, won’t be returning to Cordova Lane Elementary School next year because her school was shut down last week. “It’s sad because my school is closing after 51 years,” said Natalie. “I’m going...

Ethnic Media Hub Launches in Seattle

SEATTLE -- Over 80 people, including 30 ethnic media representatives, government agencies, non-profit organizations, private companies, and minority journalists from mainstream community news outlets met May 26 at the Seattle Times auditorium for the...

Students Sue Over Disappearing Teachers

Natalie Robinson, 10, won’t be returning to Cordova Lane Elementary School next year because her school was shut down last week. “It’s sad because my school is closing after 51 years,” said Natalie. “I’m going...