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Masahiro Sugano’s “Competitive Filmmaking” Class Wins Top Prize in International Film Competition

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The short film “Delirium” created by IAS faculty member Masahiro Sugano’s “Competitive Filmmaking” Class won at the 2020 ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival held in Berlin, Germany. In Spring 2020 when Washington State went into COVID-19 lockdown, IAS faculty Masahiro Sugano had the unique challenge of remotely teaching a new advanced level media production course ...

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Mari McMenamin: Border Stories

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IAS student Mari McMenamin's podcast on life at the Mexico/Southern California border for 91.3 KBCS (Bellevue College’s award-winning community radio station serving the Seattle-Tacoma region) is featured in an article from Bellevue College News. At KBCS ...

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Q&A: First-generation students

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In honor of National First-Generation College Celebration Day on Nov. 8, a few of UW Bothell’s first-gen students answer questions from Director of Communications Maria Lamarca Anderson. Included are three IAS students: Hieu Doan, a Black and Vietnamese senior in Interactive Media Design; Jacky Guzman, a Mexican-American transfer student from Everett Community College majoring in both American & Ethnic Studies and in Society, Ethics & Human Behavior, with a minor in Diversity Studies; and Maritza Lauriano Ortega, a Mexican/Latina senior in Environmental Studies with a minor in Human Rights.

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My Story: Why I vote

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Elisabeth Schnebele, a senior majoring in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, could have voted in 2016, but didn’t. Learn what happened, how her mind has changed since then, and why she voted in 2020. “This year, I am voting — for myself, for Molly, the Jane Doe’s, people of color, the LGBTQ community, immigrants both documented and undocumented ... for anyone who feels like they don’t have power. I will fight for you with my vote and help write a better future for us all.”

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Denise Vaughan discusses the difference between the presidential debate and academic debate (KOMO news)

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IAS faculty member Denise Vaughan was interviewed by KOMO news sports reporter Bill Swartz about the UW Bothell Speech and Debate team and the upcoming Presidential Debate.  The discussion (listen here) focused on difference between academic debate and what we see on the Presidential Debates where interruptions are frequent, as well as how the UW Bothell team has adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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