Fremont cafe Frodo Joe’s, though lacking with their savory crepes, is a must-try for its dessert ones and drinks.
Washington has lifted its mask mandate, leaving some students worried and others eager to return to the norms of pre-Covid life.
The GOP’s biggest weakness is its inconsistency in its positions. They need to solidify and stick to their stances if they want to be successful amongst Independent voters and eventually in November.
Though expensive, Medicare for All is a crucial policy that would save 68,000 lives annually while making Americans feel secure in regards to their health needs.
Washington has implemented a new rule to ensure school lunches are more balanced and healthier. Some students feel the rule is beneficial as is, while others believe it needs to go further by limiting unhealthy options.
Tesla is being sued by former contract worker Kaylen Barker, part of a trend of mounting allegations against the company involving racism, sexism, and homophobia.
Washington students Nina Rock and Saadhana Rajesh expand the boundaries of traditional art through crochet.
Washington celebrated Black History Month with Power Week, during which various events were held to educate students and support the local Black community.
The narrative of black history has consistently overshadowed current problems. It’s time to focus on the future.