NU Scholarship Conference Highlights Student Research

NU Scholarship Conference Highlights Student Research

Richard A. Lloreda, Staff Writer

The Ninth Annual NU Student Scholarship Conference Program showcased the diverse work of 67 students pursuing their undergraduate and master’s degrees and garnered scholarships...  Read More »

May 2, 2015

Paine Field Cleared for Controversial Passenger Flights

Paine Field Cleared for Controversial Passenger Flights

Angela Cooper-McCorkle, Editor-in-Chief

The decades-long dilemma of whether to allow passenger flights at Paine Field in Everett, Washington was resolved in favor of commercial air service after a 3-2 vote by the...  Read More »

March 29, 2015

Funding College a Challenge as Tuition Climbs

Funding College a Challenge as Tuition Climbs

Lynnette Satterfield, Assistant Editor

A college degree is more important but also more expensive than ever, and for would-be graduates without a trust fund or significant savings, finding enough financial aid...  Read More »

March 13, 2015

The Sanford Education Center Opens

The Sanford Education Center Opens

Richard A. Lloreda, Staff Writer

Excitement charged the air at the opening ceremony for the Sanford Education Center in La Jolla, Calif., on Sept. 18. It was the culmination of a shared effort by San Diego...  Read More »

October 27, 2014

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Virtual Reality Gear Hitting Shelves Soon

Virtual Reality Gear Hitting Shelves Soon

Gerald Glassford, Staff Writer

The virtual reality concept has been written about in books, dreamed about in movies and TV and shown off in theme parks as an integral part of the future. But previous attempts...  Read More »

April 27, 2015

Spring Comes Early with the Start of Little League

Spring Comes Early with the Start of Little League

Angela Cooper-McCorkle, Editor-in-Chief

-Everett, Wash. Boys growing taller by the hour tromp out onto the rain soaked field at that quick pace that everyone who has ever played any baseball will recognize as...  Read More »

April 27, 2015

Dragon Slayers Combat Deadly form of Arthritis

Dragon Slayers Combat Deadly form of Arthritis

Lynnette Satterfield, Assistant Editor

People who suffer from Stills disease, a rare, painful and destructive form of rheumatoid arthritis, are often called dragon slayers. Stills disease is often referred to as...  Read More »

April 27, 2015

Gaming Trend: Diverse Offerings Narrow Gender Gap

Gaming Trend: Diverse Offerings Narrow Gender Gap

Gerald Glassford, Staff Writer

Despite monitoring the video game business for several years, I have recently found that the industry can still surprise me, even in my own home. As a father of two young...  Read More »

April 15, 2015

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