The museum, a pet project brought to life by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2006, stayed open for more than a year after Allen’s death in 2018. But it remains in question whether his business associates and family share the late philanthropist’s interest in preserving and showcasing the museum’s historic technology.
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Seattle Central’s 2022 Student Invitational Opening Reception proved to be an exciting celebration, where students came together to commemorate their artistic endeavors and inventiveness in the school’s M. Rosetta Hunter Gallery.
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When it comes to large-scale conflict, there exists a constant element of uncertainty. Political biases, loyalties, and obligations tend to obscure or stifle what’s truly happening on the ground, leading to embellishment at best, and disinformation at worst. This “fog of war” can be a major impediment to all parties involved— opposing factions, civilians, and journalists. Affected too are neutral observers like Castner; independent arbiters of accountability tasked with reporting military misconduct.
On Thursday May 27, students at Seattle Central College’s first in-person Unity Fair since before the coronavirus pandemic suffered an unappetizing experience after they participated in a hot sauce challenge.
May 15 at Westlake Center, a rally was organized to protest the Israeli occupation of Palestine, in light of the recent murder of Palestinian-American Journalist Shereen Abu Aqleh, and to call for an end to United States relations with Israel.
After the initial news that the culinary program was being put on the chopping block, faculty expressed their concern and aggravation about the affair, criticizing the lack of accountability by Seattle Central’s administration. In a faculty email chain, Marie Villarba, a Seattle Central STEM teacher, called out the chancellor and president for “failing their responsibilities.”