A free roundtable discussion about organizing, protesting, or just selling stuff

Tuesday, October 7 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. Communications 120 (discussion) | Communications 126 (reception) How did 4 million people organize themselves to protest against FARC in Colombia? How did a presidential campaign raise $6.2 million in one day? How did…

Meghan Peters, China Daily, Beijing, China

Meghan Peters — Meghan Peters is a Journalism major who has worked for the NW Asian Weekly, the North Seattle Herald Outlook, The Seattle Times, the Seattle PI, Real Change, and The Daily. She was awarded the Pioneer Newspapers Award…

Association for Women in Communications awards scholarships to two UW students

Students Judy Vue and Nina Huang were each awarded a $1,500 scholarship from the Seattle Professional Chapter of the Association for Women in Communications. Northwest Asian Weekly reported on the awards in its July 26-Aug. 1, 2008, issue. The newspaper…

Journalism students attend UNITY convention in Chicago

Three UW journalism students attended the 2008 UNITY convention July 23-27 in Chicago. UNITY is a coalition of four alliances: the Asian American Journalists Association, the National Association of Black Journalists, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Native…

Seattle Times travel editor tells class to write the truth — even about squeaking beauty queens

I had heard the tales about Terry Tazioli, The Seattle Times’ travel editor. Funny ones, mostly. During my class’s recent tour of The Times, we marched into the “fishbowl” and took our seats around a long table. Taz, as he…

PROFILE UPDATE: On June 2, 2008, Pasatiempo joined The Clarion Group as partner, working in their Kirkland office. Pasatiempo was formerly a partner at Korn Ferry International. Posted: 07.01.08 By Chanel Merritt “Don’t aim at one star at a time,”…

Whittier Smallwood, center left, longtime pressroom manager for The Seattle Medium, explains printing operations to Karen Rathe’s Publication Design class (COM 491) spring quarter. At right, Amy Monroe peers into a barrel of black ink. Behind her are fellow students Holly Gordon and Andrew Hart.

UW Publication Design students visited The Seattle Medium Newspaper Group in the Central District to tour the home base of four radio stations, four newspapers and a printing press. Chris B. Bennett, co-publisher and editor who spoke with the students,…

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