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The experiment that is transforming cancer treatment

[caption id="attachment_121748" align="alignright" width="640"]Teacher Dulcey Bean working in her fourth grade classroom after successfully completing breast cancer treatment[/caption] by Sheila Cain When Dulcey Bean was…

At Bunker Labs, veterans give aspiring entrepreneurs a leg up

by Sheila Cain [caption id="attachment_117559" align="alignright" width="500"] Arron Barnes, an army veteran, is the creator of "Life Butta." With the help of Bunker Labs, he…

Emerald Skies over the Emerald City

Last year on Mother’s Day, something amazing happened while Seattleites were asleep. The Northern Lights appeared over the city with the most spectacular light show…

10 reasons you should visit Antarctica

For 125 years, Norwegian-born Hurtigruten has been exploring the world’s remote places since we started delivering the mail to the remote and rugged coast of…

Meet Washington’s 2017 Teacher of the Year, SPU Alum Camille Jones

Story by Colleen Steelquist, photos by Brooke Fitts [caption id="attachment_113440" align="alignright" width="400"] Pioneer Elementary kindergarteners through third graders practice computer coding in Camille Jones’ classroom,…

TV for the blind: How new technology is making entertainment accessible to all

[caption id="attachment_112331" align="alignright" width="300"] Marlaina Lieberg, right, has been blind since birth. Before Comcast's "talking TV Guide" she had to have the help of her…

Training the next generation of Northwest docs

[caption id="attachment_109556" align="alignright" width="214"] Second-year UW School of Medicine student Stephen Ellison at the Unversity of Alaska Anchorage. UAA is a partner in the WWAMI…

Bridging the Digital Divide

By Sheila Cain Farida Yeasmin is an accomplished woman. For more than a decade, she’s been an educator, teaching geography and English grammar to children…

Bringing light to the world’s poor

By Seattle University Ayesha Pirbhai recalls the oppressive summer heat in Pakistan where she would visit her grandparents as a child. “The electricity would stop…

Sponsored Content – A tale of two refugees: Two women who are shaping Seattle for the better

By Tracy DeCroce [caption id="attachment_108032" align="alignright" width="275"] Doquyen Huynh earned three degrees at Seattle University, culminating in her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) from the…