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The Seattle Collegian

Why abortion?

I had to think about it longer than I thought I would. Through reasons unknown to me, several of my recent articles in The Seattle Collegian have referenced abortion reform. Apparently, even though the most I’ve ever done is a march in solidarity and accompanied loved ones to clinics, this…

GayEXP: KEXP Takes Over Wild Rose

Starting June 28th, KEXP will be partnering with WildRose bar to curate a musical event weekend highlighting queer femme artists in the Pacific Northwest. This will be the second year KEXP has partnered with Pride for an event, but the first time partnering with WildRose– seemingly Seattle’s lone lesbian bar.…

Monorail soon accepting ORCA cards

In 1962, the Seattle Monorail, built for the World’s Fair in Seattle was considered to be the future of transportation for crowded cities. Monorail systems can whisk passengers through town without interfering with street traffic or installing massive tunnels. There has been an ongoing debate in Seattle as to whether…

The Multiplicity of Oppression

This month, marginalized communities everywhere have much to celebrate. June is, of course, PRIDE Month, and also holds space for Juneteenth and the 50th anniversary of Stonewall. There is an intercultural significance between these three events for people like myself. As a Queer-identified Person of Color, an avid advocate for…