By Olivia Alvord, Staff Writer Former military serviceman, small business owner, and current Police Chief in Republic, Wash, Loren Culp was the favored Republican candidate during campaigns. This landed him in the hot seat next to 2-term serving Gov. Jay Inslee, a former U.S. Representative and former presidential candidate. Incumbent Gov. Jay Inslee and candidate Loren Culp faced off in
Taryn Zard, Staff Writer With schools across the nation moving to either fully online learning or hybrid learning models, one of the biggest challenges school administrator’s face is how to make sure some students do not get left behind in their education simply due to a lack of internet access. In Washington state, the disparity in internet access can vary
By Olivia Alvord, Staff Writer As it gets closer to election day, President Donald Trump and presidential nominee Joe Biden have engaged in debates on mask policies, racism, and police brutality, often bringing up the other’s personal life in an attempt to slight their opponent. On Sept. 29, they went head-to-head in the First Presidential Debate of 2020, discussing everything
Tinsae Shiffraw, Staff Writer On Oct. 7th, the President of Saint Martin’s University, Roy Heynderickx, sent an email addressing how spring semester will operate while the nation remains in a pandemic. With the fall semester, students have been following strict guidelines, with two people allowed in each dorm room and single seats in dining areas, among other regulations. The university
Sophia Kobernusz-Gibbs, Staff Writer Thurston County was approved for Phase 3 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s Safe Start plan on June 24. Phase 3 allows outdoor sports activities and recreational facilities with half capacity, permittance of all non-essential travel, and the opening of most businesses and events with capacity restrictions. However, no sporting events or nightclub activities are permitted. Shortly after
Olivia Alvord, Staff Writer With the increased online presence that the COVID-19 pandemic has created, K-12 schools, colleges and universities, alike have faced many new challenges. One of these challenges is the idea of “Zoom bombing” which has been occurring in classrooms across the world since the move to virtual learning in March. The term refers to unwanted intrusions by
Ailina Cunningham, Staff Writer Hagens Berman, a Seattle law firm, is making headlines because of their support of a graduate student who has opened a class-action lawsuit against the University of Washington, filed Sept. 16th. According to a KOMO News article the lawsuit is based on “breach of contract and unjust enrichment and alleges that despite closing all University of
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