Author Archives: Mario

Imitating Nature

By John Throughout my life, I have realized that the world creates music on its own. Listening to the winds blow as if they were flutes playing a familiar tune, I begin to whistle along; starting to imitate the simple … Continue reading

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Top 3 Landscape Photos of the Week!

By Michelle You can find a whole bunch of unique stuff by using Google. Typing in random words may actually have a result you’ll like. I just now typed in Cute Landscapes… VS HUH? Where’d the bunny come from? Well, … Continue reading

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Environmental Leadership-Coucilmember O’Brien

On April 15th, Councilmember Mike O’ Brien will be making a guest appearance to speak with the youths of YouthCAN. He will be discussing on what inspired him to take leadership on the environment. It’s all part of his Leadership … Continue reading

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Washington Business Week/Career Camps for High School Students

CAREER CAMPS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: The Foundation For Private Enterprise Education uses experiential learning to encourage high school students to learn about careers, business, leadership, and teamwork and gain valuable life skills in a fun and exciting way. They … Continue reading

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UW Hip Hop Summit!

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New Storefronts Coming in April!

Storefronts Seattle is proud to announce the launch of nine new site-specific, world-premiere projects in storefront spaces in downtown Seattle. Storefronts debuted in late 2010 as an experiment in activating vacant spaces with art, creative enterprise, and performance. Since that … Continue reading

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Background Contest for YouthFORUM

Below are the submissions from Tony, Jennifer and Yu for the background contest.  Rank each one with a 1, 2 or 3 (3 being the highest) . Do not give the same rank for multiple backgrounds.  We will be voting … Continue reading

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