Some may argue that fishing as an industry is dying, but not on the shores of Knutson. “When I started fishing in 1972, I've heard that my whole life. People told me ‘hey that’s a dying industry', and I usually respond with ‘if you think that the fishing [industry] is dying, then I guess you’re saying that the planet is dying.’”
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In early 2020, I graduated from the Wood Technology Center with a certification in cabinetmaking and architectural woodworking. I am currently a lab assistant and facilities woodworker in the College of Built Environments educational woodshop at the University of Washington. The woodshop, named the Fab Lab, is a teaching resource for colleges of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and planning, and more.
“The flower that blooms in adversity is the rarest and most beautiful of all.” — The Emperor, Mulan Spring is finally here in Seattle! After the wet and gloomy winter quarter has ended with this…
The school system is its own ecology, and just like biological ecosystems, the structure of a community college is sensitive to change.
While the Ukrainian army fights against Russian aggression, residents of Washington state gathered Thursday afternoon at the University of Washington’s Red Square in protest of Russia’s ongoing invasion and in solidarity with Ukraine.