This developers academy welcomes non-tech bros to the industry
In 2020, only about a quarter of professional computing jobs in the United States were held by women, according to the National Center for Women and Information Technology. One Seattle group is trying to change that and ensure women, people of color, and gender-diverse people are able to show up as themselves in this industry.
Death is inevitable, yet unknowable. So how should the living prepare for it?
Death is terrifying. Seemingly unknowable yet inevitable. As young people, we know that death happens, but there’s a lot of fear and unknowns surrounding it. Especially after this past year, we have been thinking more about death and the death industry, and we have so many questions.
Welcome KUOW's 2021 RadioActive advanced youth producers
KUOW's RadioActive Youth Media is proud to offer our advanced journalism workshop. Twelve graduates of our introduction to journalism workshop will spend the spring with KUOW online.
Should you pursue your passion in college or a degree that would make you money?
Over the last ten years, the number of students majoring in the arts and humanities at the University of Washington has dropped significantly. That’s no surprise when STEM and Business degrees are touted as more valuable. What do you do when society tells you that the passion or skill you’ve decided to pursue in college won’t give you a sustainable lifestyle?
Pressure, insomnia and hospitalization: The new normal for students applying to college
"If you had asked me if I would chop my leg off if it meant admission to Stanford, I would say yes in a millisecond."
How to keep young readers from ditching Dickens and chucking Chaucer
Breaking up with Shakespeare? Done with Dickens? Between misrepresentations, boring language, and distracting covers, reading classical literature can...