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Millennials V Generation Z: the Batman Vs Superman of conflicts

 For the last 20-30 years the dominant narrative coming out of the completely moronic “what generation is best” fight has been between the Baby Boomers and Millennials. We all know the arguments – Boomer ruined the planet, Millennials are lazy and only eat avocado toast, Gen Xers don’t actually exist. They’re all dumb, and theyContinue reading “Millennials V Generation Z: the Batman Vs Superman of conflicts”

No more beer, but lots more masks – the Washington State Ferries during Covid-19

One of the most unique features of the highway system here in the Washington is the ferry system. With over 24 million annual passengers, the system is the largest of its kind in the United States – and it’s not a luxury service. The ferries connect several different areas across the Puget Sound, and, soContinue reading “No more beer, but lots more masks – the Washington State Ferries during Covid-19”

Uncertainty surrounding CHAZ forces Community Lunch to leave

Seattle, Wa. Community Lunch on Capitol Hill is an institution. The organization, which runs a program dedicated to providing meals to anyone in need, has been helping those experiencing homelessness or food insecurity since it first opened its doors in 1985. Until this week Community Lunch had been operating out of the Central Lutheran ChurchContinue reading “Uncertainty surrounding CHAZ forces Community Lunch to leave”

Observer sign off

The first four articles I wrote for The Observer, starting way back in December of 2016, were all about then-president-elect Donald Trump. There were two pieces on campus reactions to the election, and then two marches, the #NotMyPresidentMarch and the Women’s March, both of which I wrote after hours standing in the freezing cold interviewingContinue reading “Observer sign off”

Blue Sky Brews brings life back to Rising Star’s Space

The corner of Murray Hill and Cornell Roads feels built for a coffee shop—the location, design, everything about it, really, is perfect for sipping a latte. So when Rising Star Coffee Roasters closed its doors late last year, it left behind a hole in the neighborhood—at least until this week, when Blue Sky Brews, aContinue reading “Blue Sky Brews brings life back to Rising Star’s Space”

Students protest the end of DACA

Print In 2012, President Obama’s administration enacted the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The immigration policy allows people who had entered the United States illegally as children to receive two year stays from deportation. Proponents of the program were bipartisan and from a variety of backgrounds. Nearly all agreed that it was the practicalContinue reading “Students protest the end of DACA”

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