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From the streets of Burundi to the Foster soccer pitch, Desire Katameya’s a scoring machine. The 5-foot-5 forward leads the … Continue reading Desire Katameya’s street skills lead Foster soccer
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seattleweekly.com By Allison Thomasseau July 19, 2012 The University of Washington will become even more of a global university this … Continue reading UW Coursera Degree: Too Good to Be True?
seattleweekly.com By Allison Thomasseau July 2, 2012 Most of the prison fights seen in movies involve some pretty elaborate weaponry, … Continue reading Razor-Blade Shanks and Budget Cuts Both Potentially Dangerous to State Inmates