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Opinion: To fight climate change, Seattle must invest in micro-housing

Coffee and gray skies are often the first images that come to people’s minds when they think of Seattle. The fact that we are home to many globally-recognized companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks and...

Opinion: Students agree, Trump and Clinton should focus on the issues

On October 9, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump met at Washington University in St. Louis for the second of three presidential debates. Unlike the other two debates, this would be the only debate to...

Lake Washington Apartments renovation puts focus on quality

On June 16, residents of the Lake Washington Apartments welcomed city officials, non-profit leaders, and philanthropic supporters in order to showcase the recent completion of the property’s extensive restoration project. The Southeast Effective Development...

No one-size-fits-all solution to housing issue

There are certain sights and sounds that are ubiquitous in the Chinatown-International District. While brightly colored restaurant facades and the lively conversation of teenagers enjoying a late night bubble tea may still be some...

HALA strategy in the ID to make use of historic buildings

HALA strategy tries to take advantage of existing buildings in the International District to achieve the goal to create new affordable housing units.

Commentary: Open communication, concerted effort a must in King County

While the Ethnic Heritage Council of Seattle’s roundtable produced a number of promising suggestions, it was widely acknowledged that in order to reduce the inequalities that currently plague King County, there must be a concerted effort between community leaders, businesses, philanthropic groups and political actors.