Mexico Consol discusses Trump politics in U.S Election

The Consulate General of Mexico in Seattle, Eduardo Baca Cuenca, visited Shoreline Community College as part of the Global Affair Center’s Western Hemisphere series last Thursday. Cuenca discussed trade between the U.S. and Mexico, Mexico’s role as a leader in Central America, and the history behind Mexico’s territory.

After the event however, Cuenca weighed in on Donald Trump’s anti-immigration rhetoric.

King of the string

Winston on the Street

Winston Lee is scaling the shelves at Portland’s landmark Powell’s bookstore. He’s been hunting Winston Churchill’s “The Second World War” series for ages. He made the special trip from Shoreline to Portland just to find this 1960s printing.

Lee admires Churchill. In fact, he admires the former british Prime Minister so much that he took the name Winston when he came to the United States from Hong Kong.

Randy tries: Balkan folk music

It’s good to spice life up. Whether it’s a different brand of oatmeal, a more comfortable pair of socks or exploring a new culture of music and dance, I’m always looking to dive into the unknown, and bring it back for all the bored novelty seekers out there.
A regular Saturday night may have included sitting at home or wriggling on the dance floor of some Capitol Hill bar, but I decided this evening would be a good time to switch things up.



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