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Berkeley Students Upset By Counseling Can Get Counseling
Lifezette (09.11.2017)
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How Parents Can Combat Liberal Bias in Schools
Lifezette (09.06.2017)
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The Dangers of Jargon
Lifezette (08.22.2017)
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Pope Slams G-20 Alliances as Vatican faces more scandal
Lifezette (07.10.2017)
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Transgender bathroom bill is blocked in New Hampshire
Lifezette (03.10.2017)
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How the Left editorializes the March for Life
Lifezette (02.02.2017)
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Trump Administration’s Pro-Life Statement: Conway at March for Life
Lifezette (01.25.2017)
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How will college protesters cope with real life once they graduate?
The Seattle Times (12.11.2015)
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School district sidesteps due process with QA community
Queen Anne & Magnolia News (12.10.14)
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Brain Trust: A groundbreaking law aims to make Washington’s young athletes play safer
Seattle magazine (Aug. 2010)
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Seattle University celebrates its education college with a serious focus: mental illness
Seattlepi.com (June 18, 2010)
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Goodbye–and good riddance–WASL; hello MSP
Seattlepi.com (May 09, 2010)
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Not just on the playround anymore: Seattle schools fight Web bullies
Seattlepi.com (April 26, 2010)
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Arrested Development: With developers on the ropes, stalled construction projects lurk like zombies all around town. What are the city and neighbors to do?
Seattle magazine (April 2010)
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Is Your Drugstore Safe? Local Pharmacies are being hit-hard-by robbers seeking OxyContin, and pharmacists are wondering what they can do to protect themselves and their customers
Seattle magazine (Nov. 2009)
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On the Front Lines of the War on Drugs at the Pharmacy
The Seattle Times (11.12.09)
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Screen Test: Enrollment for K-12 online education is exploding in our state, but some are wondering whether there’s a downside to the online diploma
Seattle magazine (Sept. 2009)
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The Bully Pulpit: Bullies have moved from the schoolyard to cyberspace—and the consequences can be tragic. Can the Seattle Public Schools’ new curriculum curb these vicious attacks?
Seattle magazine (May 2009)
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Shock to the System: Could the solution to healthy kids dying on the athletic field be a simple hand-held electronic device?
Seattle magazine (Jan. 2009)
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Tick Tock, The Medicare Clock: Without congressional action, finding a doc is going to get a lot more difficult for thousands of local residents
Seattle magazine (June 2008)
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Ready For Your Closeup? All over the city, cameras are watching. In our quest for safety, are we giving up too much?
Seattle magazine (May 2008)
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Xbox Detox: Those video games your kids are playing may not be the simple entertainment you imagine. Instead, for a significant number of gamers, what seems like child’s play could morph into a serious online addiction
Seattle magazine (Feb. 2008)
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