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Karissa + Haley

Flashback to spring!

Karissa + I had talked about doing another shoot after we had so much fun with our fall shoot at the Arboretum in Seattle. 79 more words

Portraiture

Wrightless

In the last five years, I’ve spent over 100 hours in district and federal courthouses. Between marble walls and gilded ceilings, I’ve seen rushed hallway meetings and furrowed brows. 1,353 more words

Law

Great State Burger | U District

I’ve been wanting to come to this place since I’ve been seeing it on my Instagram feed. I went a last month with my cousin when we were in the area. 198 more words

Nomnom

Red blouse, pink ghetto

Her slightly loved blue jeans and vintage Seattle Mariners jersey screamed anything but “I’m a profoundly capable managing attorney at a branch of an internationally acclaimed firm.” But there she was, grinning ear to ear, with her sandy blonde hair cupped around her chin and her arm outstretched in a proud greeting. 1,048 more words

Law

Washington Hopes This Is The Season It Returns To Prominence

SEATTLE (AP) — When Chris Petersen decided to come to Washington, there was no set timetable on returning the Huskies to prominence.

Headed into his third season, the Huskies seem poised — between talent and a favorable schedule — for a return to the top of the Pac-12 Conference and perhaps the national stage. 664 more words

Sports

Advice for College Freshman from UW-Stout RAs

Entering college can be a both a stressful and amazing time in your life. It is truly a transition into adulthood. It’s important to know that you are never alone in this process because your floor with undoubtedly have a Resident Advisor (at some schools it’s called a Resident Assistant or Community Advisor). 430 more words

Advice

Jury Sides With Surgeon In Bone Cement Trial

SEATTLE (AP) — A jury has found in favor of a University of Washington surgeon who was sued by the daughter of a patient who died after the doctor used a non-FDA-approved bone cement during the woman’s spinal surgery. 127 more words

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