Portraits of Resilience: University District
by Karen Maniraho
Karen Maniraho shows what resilience in the University District looks like.
Dec 11, 2017
News & Politics
Corruption reigns in Mexico’s prisonsby Global Press News ServiceDec 6, 2017
The notoriously crooked system extorts bribes from prisoners' friends and families to ensure they receive even the most basic services.
Arts & Culture
Seattle’s coffee culture lacking ethnic diversityby Ester Ouli KimNov 22, 2017
Seattle's coffee culture reflects neither the diversity of its origins nor plurality of the city.
Race & Ethnicity
Burien council candidates supportive of “sanctuary” policies gain leadby Venice BuhainNov 10, 2017
A political battle over Burien's “sanctuary” law heavily influenced its city council campaigns and the candidates supporting the law made late gains.
UW student detained by immigration denied bondby Nathalie GrahamNov 29, 2017
Bangally Fatty, a University of Washington student, faces deportation and is being held at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma.