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HAWC, CAPS Offer Help for S.A.D. and Anxiety

Holly Martinez, Author

January 23, 2013

Seasonal Affective Disorder is an all-too-common affliction in cities like Seattle. According to Science Daily, cities located at least 30 degrees latitude north or south are likely to be affected by the lack of sunlight in such a way that SAD is quite common. Seattle’s latitude is approximately 48 degrees north. If not treated, SAD can lead...

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Mythic SU Bands Prepare for Battle

January 16, 2013

As winter quarter kicks off, the Student Events and Activities Council (SEAC) is hard at work prepping for their biggest event...

I-1240 Makes Education A Lottery For Some

Holly Martinez, Author

November 28, 2012

The possibility of public charter schools in Washington state has been a source of controversy since the mid-1990s. Until now, Washington voters had rejected all three attempts at establishing charter schools at the state level. This November, Initiative 1240 passed, competitively earning approximately 51 percent of the vote. Initiative 1240 will...

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Misplaced Documents Threaten Democracy

November 14, 2012

After the registration and just a few days before the final voter registration day, several students who had registered to vote...

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