Articles written by: Anita Tam

The Glass Museum hosts ‘Gather’ event
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The Glass Museum hosts ‘Gather’ event

By ANITA TAM   On Nov. 16 the “Gather” event at the Museum of Glass took place. It was an exclusive party for college students sponsored by the Washington State Arts Commission and supported by the Students Museum Advisory Committee. At the museum, there were many activities in which students […]

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Religion and it’s Changing Role in American Politics

On November 8, 2012, two days after the election, Robert Jones spoke in Schneebeck Concert Hall about the role religion is playing in American politics and how it is changing. He started off by talking about the issues that voters valued in 2012, which were same-sex marriage and abortion. For […]

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Caught in the web: The case against laptops in the classroom

So what are you doing during class? Surfing Facebook or listening to the professor and engaging in the class? Chances are that if you are using a laptop during class, you are probably surfing the Internet instead of being engaged in the class. Some professors allow laptops in class, some […]

Film questions education
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Film questions education

Charter schools are hailed by some as the solution to the public school system. Others say that it undermines the public school system and ultimately hurts all schoolchildren. Charter schools are both publicly and privately funded. They are not subject to the same regulations as public schools are in exchange […]

Backpacks of Hope sparks student interest
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Backpacks of Hope sparks student interest

Did you know that there is an estimated one in four children in Washington state living in households that don’t have enough food to eat? That was mentioned in a recent report from the Children’s Alliance, which also noted that hunger is growing more rapidly in Washington state than in […]