Education

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For students with disabilities, studying abroad can be unchartered territory. Hannah Langlie shares best tips on how to make it work.

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With international student populations at UW increasing every year, more and more are working under the table to make ends meet.

The author graduated in the top 1% of her class at Bellevue High School. (Photo by Melanie Hassler)

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As a graduate of Bellevue High School’s Class of 2011, and a person of color, I am skeptical that demographic changes will mean more opportunity for students of color on the east side.

The author with his mother and two sisters in 2003. (Photo courtesy of Amanda Tran)

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Alex Tran feels guilty he never really learned to speak Vietnamese. But is it really his fault?

President and founder of Richard’s Rwanda-IMPUHWE Jessica Markowitz visits the FAWE all-girls boarding school in the Rwandan capital of Kigali during the organization’s annual summer trip to Rwanda. (Photo courtesy of Lori Markowitz)

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When it comes to running an organization, Jessica Markowitz started early.