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Student Voices: Asian-Americans as the model minority-it’s not a praise

The most common analysis of Asian-Americans is that we’re smart, right? Being an Asian student, a “model minority,” can be difficult because claims like this actually limit our livelihoods and our future aspirations. Many argue that the name model minority is misleading because performance scores do not accurately represent many…

Week in review

You can’t get there from here… Do you all remember a time before the internet? Where you had to actually look at maps, write things down, and even interact with strangers after leaving the house?…me neither. But I do remember when there was much less internet, and “friendster” was the…

Haunted Performance Hall: The Ghosts of an Oppressive Past

Broadway Performance Hall and Erickson Theater have existed as public arts spaces on campus since the start of Seattle Colleges in 1970. The theater has been a community arts space dedicated to an inclusive variety of performances through an assortment of owners and subcontractors, including current stage manager Darrell Jamieson.…