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Unalarming fire alarm in SAM

At 9:15 on the morning of March 15, the fire alarm in Seattle Central’s Science and Math building (SAM) went off. All students and staff in the building evacuated and waited for nearly 30 minutes as the fire department arrived, cleared the building, and left. According to the Security Office…

Metro shakes up fare enforcement

As of March 2019, King County Metro will be changing how it enforces payment on buses, including Rapid Ride, especially those on Third Avenue. The changes to the fare violation program will no longer make failure to pay a fare citation misdemeanor, meaning violators won’t need to go to court…

Tenant Rights Workshop @ WildRose

On March 6th, a rainy Wednesday evening, The WildRose bar hosted a Seattle Tenants Rights Bootcamp for members of the Capitol Hill community from six to eight PM. Fitting for the venue itself, this workshop was curated specifically for LGBTQ tenants and citizens of Seattle living on Capitol Hill .…

S.A.S.G. has moved, now PEER Seattle

On February 1st the Seattle Area Support Groups and Community Center, or SASG, moved from its previous space at 115 15th Ave. E. to its new location on Bellevue Ave., between Pine and Pike. SASG moved to their 15th Ave. E. space in late 2015; their former home at The…

Police but no protest at Seattle Central

At 4:00 pm in the afternoon of Wednesday February 20, approximately 15 police officers arrived at Seattle Central in anticipation of a protest against Trump’s border wall. The protest never happened. In the wake of the president’s February 15 decision to declare a state of emergency to secure funding for…