Transgender Student Rights In Focus

By Austin Chavez UJW Staff Writer For many adolescents in the transgender community, bullying has become a major concern. A 2012 national study conducted by the Gay Lesbian Straight Education […]

Cherry blossoms on parade

By Sarah Metzel UJW Staff Writer WASHINGTON — The vivid pink blossoms that have appeared on trees in Washington mark the start of a new season. People from all over […]

Smartphones become a Parade must-have

By Anthony Joseph UJW Staff Writer Sheridan Radcliffe had worried that a foot surgery would prevent her from attending this year’s National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade. But armed with only […]

Performers Bring Spark to Parade

By Abby Duker UJW Staff Writer WASHINGTON–It took Toodles the Clown 45 minutes to put on makeup, and then came the petticoat, apron, bloomers and brightly-colored wig she picked out […]

Battle of the Cities

By Sean Burke UJW Staff Writer WASHINGTON- Here we go again. Another city versus city match up is at it again in professional sports. Seattle has been on both ends […]

International Students Seek American Experience

By Melanie Aguilar-Rojas UJW Staff Writer With high school graduation finally over, many students are looking forward to a new life on a college campus. For some of these students, […]