While we acknowledge the unacceptable race-based opportunity gaps in Seattle, we also celebrate efforts underway to serve students of color who are furthest from educational...
Seattle Times Op-Eds
The Seattle Times welcomes Op-Eds on any topic for publication in print and online. We value diverse opinion writing that offers a clear point of view. Below are recent Op-Ed columns published in The Times.
Over the last decade, Mount Rainier’s glaciers have been melting at six times the historic rate.
How tremendous it was to hear Anita Hill acknowledge Christine Blasey Ford for her courage and faith.
The Snoqualmie Tribe is proud to reclaim sacred land for past, present and future generations | Op-Ed
Protecting Snoqualmie Falls and the adjacent sacred land adds value to the broader community.
Our best estimate is that only 40% of Washington high school freshmen will go on to get any sort of postsecondary degree. That’s the high...
A Nixon fixer’s cautionary tale for Trump staffers: ‘A horrendous meltdown of our personal integrity’ | Op-Ed
Sadly, there are all too few Bud Krogh’s in the Trump administration, but at least some there and in Congress should read his book and...
With Catholics, Jews, and Muslims, the smears question their dignity and help pave the way for the stripping of their constitutional rights.
The U.S.’s uniquely dysfunctional hybrid public-private system has resulted in the country devoting a much higher share of its output to health care than its...
The state of Washington is providing support so communities can move their ideas from concept to investment-ready projects.
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