UW professor: Misogyny a factor leading to Clinton’s defeat

Published on Seattle PI (Graphic: Jesús Hidalgo) Had it been a normal Thanksgiving, Chris Wilson would have driven more than an hour to her family’s cabin in Cle Elum with her husband and three children to meet her parents and have a traditional meal together. But this wasn’t a normal Thanksgiving for the Wedgwood woman. … Continue reading UW professor: Misogyny a factor leading to Clinton’s defeat

Commissioners study draft plan for Seattle dog parks

Dog owners call for more off-leash areas Published on The Capitol Hill Times There were supposed to be no comments from the public during the study session  the Board of Park Commissioners held to discuss the Draft People, Dogs and Parks Specific Plan Dec. 8. But after Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Holly Miller and the board discussed issues surrounding … Continue reading Commissioners study draft plan for Seattle dog parks

Seattle police, neighbors use technology to fight vehicle prowls

Published on GeekWire Erik Karlson, a homeowner whose security system recently led to the arrest of a prowler, recommends installing video cameras and motion detector alarms at home as a strategy to prevent car prowls and other property crimes (Photo: Jesús Hidalgo). Erik Karlson was reading the news on his phone on Oct. 15 a … Continue reading Seattle police, neighbors use technology to fight vehicle prowls

“Nunca Más” – Entrevista con Oscar Medrano

El pasado mes de abril, el célebre fotoperiodista Oscar Medrano visitó Duke University para hablar con un grupo de estudiantes acerca de su experiencia como fotógrafo durante una de las épocas más oscuras de la historia del Perú contemporáneo—el conflicto armado que enfrentó a Sendero Luminoso y el Estado peruano (1980-2000). Asimismo, Medrano (quien ha … Continue reading “Nunca Más” – Entrevista con Oscar Medrano