04/01/2014 More news stories featuring Dr. David Montgomery’s landslide explanations

Prof. Dave Montgomery, geomorphologist, appeared on Here & Now and USA Today to talk about mudslides and how they occur.

03/26/2014 Prof. Montgomery sought out for landslide expertise

In the wake of the tragic landslide in Snohomish County, WA, Prof. David Montgomery has been interviewed about landslide risk and prevention by several news outlets, including All Things Considered, PBS NewsHour (transcript), and KUOW.

03/21/2014 Loung Ung adds YouTube channel with new videos

Author and activist Loung Ung launched a new YouTube channel today, featuring a about her recent film Girl Rising, news coverage, and clips of her speaking.

02/26/2014 Jen Marlowe discusses death penalty suspension

KING 5′s Mark Wright sat down with Seattle author Jen Marlowe to talk about Gov. Jay Inslee’s decision to suspend the death penalty as long as he’s in office.

01/21/2014 Sleep advice from Arianne Cohen

Sleeping separately saved my marriage, on cnn.com, by Arianne Cohen

01/17/2014 Damaged Teeth a Consequence of Captivity for Orcas

Drs. John Jett & Jeffrey Ventre are quoted in this ‘Decoded Science’ article about SeaWorld and the orcas.

01/16/2014 M. Nicole Nazzaro’s new project: A Workout Every 48 Hours

M. Nicole Nazzaro, our health expert, has a new project for 2014: Every 48 Hours

“Every 48 hours for the next year of my life, I will commit to doing at least one hour of vigorous cardio activity. I’ll log it here. And at the end of the year, we’ll see where we are: weight, health, marathons (yes, there’s a big goal still stalking me in that category), all of the important blood tests and other markers of health – and the one nobody can measure except ourselves: true wellness.

I’ll be here to tell the tale. What happens on the days when I’m tired? When I can’t get to the gym and it’s raining? When I don’t “feel like it”? That doesn’t matter. Every 48 hours, minimum, I’ll be moving hard for an hour.”

01/02/2014 The destructive legacy of the first Thanksgiving: How Europeans hurt the American diet

Elissa Washuta in Salon: Colonists’ food and policies hurt Native peoples’ health. Now Native communities are taking their food ways back.

01/02/2014 The wrongheaded obsession with “vanishing” indigenous peoples

Elissa Washuta in Salon: Photographer Jimmy Nelson is just the latest artist to act like indigenous groups are about to die out.

01/02/2014 Amanda Koster working with The Seattle Foundation

Photographic Center Northwest (PCNW) and The Seattle Foundation (TSF) are partnering on Elements of a Healthy Community, a photography project documenting the various ways that The Seattle Foundation has supported organizations and quality of life in King County.  Five local photographers, including Amanda Koster, were recommended by PCNW and selected by TSF to create photographs in their own style and vision, reflecting subject matter defined by TSF’s historical areas of interest in giving.