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Seattle University hosting gubernatorial debate Sept. 26
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 4:13 PM
Seattle University will play host to the Washington gubernatorial debate between incumbent Jay Inslee and Republican challenger Bill Bryant 8-9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26.
Seattle Central celebrates 50 years
In recognition of its 50 years as an educational institution and hotspot for social activism, Seattle Central College held a civil march around its Capitol Hill campus on Thursday, Sept. 22.
Lowell PTA reports feces left on school playground
A member of the Partners at Lowell School School PTA contacted police last week, after a woman allegedly left feces on a bridge connecting two play structures at the Capitol Hill elementary school on Tuesday, Sept. 13.
First Place Scholars receives grant for major improvements
First Place School experiences many challenges with the families and students it serves.
Through a $100,000 Large Projects grant through the Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund and a $110,450 community match, much-needed repairs are on the way.
NLRB confirms count: Seattle U non-tenured faculty to unionize
While Seattle University celebrates its 125th year, its non-tenured faculty is celebrating the 73-63 deciding vote to unionize, which was verified Friday by the National Labor Relations Board.
Garfield High School locked down after nearby shooting
Nearby Garfield High School was placed on temporary lockdown after a 17-year-old boy was shot in the shoulder outside the Garfield Community Center near 23rd Avenue and East Cherry Street.
Seattle World School opens to immigrant population
The Seattle World School officially opened its new doors with a ribbon cutting on Friday, Sept. 2, attended by elected officials from the highest levels of state government.
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