Free College (At First) Under Proposed Bill

Imagine a world where money is not an immediate concern when choosing to attend a college. A new bill being proposed in Washington state could make this a reality. The bill is called Pay It Forward and was proposed by Representative Larry Seaquist. Essentially, the bill would allow for students to go to college without […]

WA Fifth Worst For Gender Pay Gap, Study Says

“You know, today, women make up about half our workforce, but they still make 77 cents for every dollar a man earns. That is wrong, and in 2014, it’s an embarrassment. Women deserve equal pay for equal work.” These were President Barack Obama’s words at his State of the Union address earlier this year, and […]

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Seattle U Brings ‘Invalid’ to Twisp, Wash.

First stop Twisp, next stop Broadway. For only one night, Seattle University’s theater program will be taking Molière’s 1673 play “The Imaginary Invalid” on tour to Liberty Bell High School in Twisp, Washington. The 450+ year-old play details the story of Argan, a wealthy French hypochondriac who forces his daughter to marry a doctor to […]

Reproductive Parity Act Gets Varied Response

Every day in the state of Washington, upwards of 60 abortions are performed. That amounts to more than 20,000 women receiving abortions in our state alone, which represents about two percent of the 1.2 million performed annually in the U.S. It is one of the most divisive issues state governments face, one that cuts bipartisan […]

Washington’s Poorest Feel Taxes’ Toll

Washington state is about as blue as you can get. Last November, Washington voters approved same sex marriage and recreational marijuana use, and Washington residents have voted for the Democratic nominee in every presidential election since 1988. It’s easy to see why a recent Gallup Poll listed Washington as one of the top 10 liberal […]

Misplaced Documents Threaten Democracy

After the registration and just a few days before the final voter registration day, several students who had registered to vote had not received their ballots. After contacting SGSU, who then contacted The Washington Bus, it was discovered that an unknown amount of voter registration forms had been lost in the mail somewhere between being […]

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