Vitae Term

by Michelle Dong What exactly is a “Vitae term”? It’s a mini-course model that will explore topics and projects beyond the set courses of the regular curriculum, combining ideas and expertise from more than one department or academic discipline to explore big questions about the world.   Is there homework? Courses may have a small…

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Urban Architecture Series: Seattle

by Jennifer Wang Profile Architecture in Seattle is artistically inspired by the nearby mountain ranges and oceans, and throughout the years, has continued to place an emphasis on aesthetic. Background Metro Population – 2,895,300 Cost of Living – 23.1% above national average Unemployment – 4.8% Climate – mild, temperate Geography – Seattle is built on…

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March for Science

by Sukhmani Kaur Since 1970, on April 22nd we have celebrated our Mother Earth and the beauty that we are fortunate to be surrounded with and live on. However, this year marked a special Earth Day Celebration. In 600 cities throughout the globe, thousands of people walked with uniquely shaped signs in the form of…

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Cyber War Defense Must be Addressed

by Lilly Rothschild Cyber security is an impending fear for politicians across America and particularly in Washington. Aside from Donald Trump’s recent accusation that former President Barack Obama was wiretapping Trump using a personal phone, cyber security has become an intense and complex topic. Recent cutting edge technology only promises to become more advanced in years…

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