West Coast leaders convey climate concerns

Governor Jay Inslee along with mayors and governors from various West Coast cities and states came together and addressed the General Body at the United Nations to talk about climate change – specifi...

Study abroad takes the extra step

The new Office of Global Affairs has come with new additions to the process of studying abroad. The new program includes a new ses­sion, known as session 101, which teach­es students how to prepare f...

Rescue readies for returned rabbits

A local rabbit shelter prepares to take on more than a basket of bun­nies. Rabbit Haven, a rabbit shelter in Gig Harbor, says that every year after Easter, “Easter bunnies” are either abandoned or di...

Student Involvement gets upgrade

A new model for UW Tacoma’s Center for Student Involvement awaits implementation. The Center manages organizations such as the University Y student cen­ter, publications such as The Ledger and Tahoma...

Seattle burger stop settles for the south

A Seattle staple is moving down to South King County. Dick’s Drive-In, an award-winning burger stop, plans to open a new store close to the South Sound. When Dick’s Drive-In expanded to Edmonds five ...

Burgers and bunsen burners

A Stanford professor may have created a healthy alternative to meat. Patrick Brown, a biochemistry professor and founder of Impossible Foods Inc., has developed a vegetar­ian burger — named the ‘Impo...