Forterra champions work for our future

For many years, Forterra (formerly the Cascade Land Conservancy) has been helping to preserve lands for current and future generations, which are critical to the health of our regional environment (t...

An American passport visits Cuba

Cuba is a nation where janitors and dentists rub sweaty shoulders in the same packed bus home. In this country no one can complain about an educational divide between poor and rich, or die of a disea...

Looking Up to Achieve

In “Lollipop Chainsaw” for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, a rainbow spreads between the two gory halves of a zombie after zombie hunter/cheerleader Juliet Starling tears through its middle with her ...

10 things about myself that annoy me

1. I’m attracted to video game women: My first video game crush was Chun-Li from “Street Fighter II” for the Super Nintendo when I was eightyears- old. Seeing her in that yellow tank-top and those de...

Genetically modified organisms

The practice by so many of our elected representatives of putting powerful global corporations’ profits over and above the interests of our citizens has become so common it is no longer news. With co...

Car theft near UWT is a reality

Last Sunday, a non student resident of Court 17 was the victim of a car theft. According to a campus wide email notification the 1991 blue Toyota Camry was stolen from the third floor of the apartmen...

Predatory student lending

Student loan debt has reached epidemic proportions in the USA. Surpassing credit card debt, it amounts to around a trillion dollars now and is likely to grow as tuition prices continue their rocket r...