While departments continue to adjust over recent changes, head administrator reaffirms that this is all in students’ best interest.
How the new vice chancellor for Student Affairs hit the ground running.
Reduced funding to Student Resources results in less opportunities on campus.
ASUWT is moving forward with several student-focused programs and plans.
Former New York Times author continues father’s legacy while raising awareness of Kurdish democracy.
This exhibit gives you a behind the scenes look on America’s longest running animated television show.
Latest Christmas themed Rom-com is cute, but not of much substance
This season will mark the 112th meeting in football between…
One of Tacoma’s hole in the wall Mexican restaurants.
The 2019 NBA season is here, and this will mark…
This Port of Tacoma facility presents a series of positive and negative externalities.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Slump Season.
Learn why the U.S. Congress recognizing the Armenian genocide is a step in the right direction.
The truth behind the Rojava conflict.
The declining pH of Earth’s water sources is a menacing reality.
The Tacoma city council meeting of 11/19 covered a range…
Constantly being involved in the community around her, Fernandez strives to support and help marginalized students.
Joined by ASUWT president Vincent Da, I attended the city…
The city council meeting of October 15 was used to…
Fighting for rights with a team of powerful voices.