Campus closed Mon., May 28 for Memorial Day

Shoreline’s campus and all College services will be closed on Mon., May 28 in observance of Memorial Day. The College will reopen for regular business operating hours on Tues., May 29. 

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  • "Life goes on as coup attempt rages," The Bellevue-Journal American, Oct. 12, 1985
  • "The Day of the Locust," The Bangkok Post, Aug. 17, 1986 (with photo credits)
  • "A perceptive Week in Siam 119 years ago," The Bangkok Post (book review), Sept. 28, 1986
  • "Bangkok: The familiar and unfamiliar," The Bangkok Post (book review)
  • "Divergent aspects of Thai culture," The Bangkok Post (book review), Nov. 2, 1986
  • "The down-to-earth 'boss' of Thung Yai," The Bangkok Post, Mar. 8, 1987 (with photo Credits)
  • "More than just social climbing," The Bangkok Post, Mar. 22, 1987 (with photo credits)
  • "Old Phuket:  More than just sand and sun," The Bangkok Post (book review), Apr. 12, 1987
  • "Frog hunting in Thailand," The Bangkok Post, May 17, 1987
  • "Saving Thailand's sea life," The Bangkok Post, May 3, 1987
  • "St. Camillo:  A village haven for the sick," The Bangkok Post, May 24, 1987 (with photo credits)
  • "A mental voyage into the past," The Bangkok Post, May 31, 1987
  • "Education-reform agenda too narrow," The Seattle Times, May 21, 1988
  • "Everyone's an Instructor: Three simple Techniques to Improve Sailing Instruction," 48 North, June, 1988
  • "Man in the Mist," The Seattle Weekly, Mar. 1, 1989
  • "Father's Boots," Spindrift, 1989
  • Review of Doublespeak, by William Lutz, The TESOL Quarterly, Autumn, 1990
  • "It's lonely at the bottom," Far Eastern Economic Review (book review), Feb. 1990
  • "We conveniently forget U.S. role in Cambodia's agony," The Seattle Times
  • "U.S. should normalize relations with Vietnam," The Seattle Times
  • Review of "After the war was over:  Hanoi and Saigon," by Neil Sheehan: " The Peace Review, Summer 1993
  • "The Naked Culture," Spindrift, 1993
  • "Nuts with guns versus gun nuts: a rural view," The Seattle Times, Feb. 1, 1994.
  • "The Climb," Making A Difference: Personal Essays by Today's College Teachers, Townsend Press, 1998.  (3rd Place, national essay contest)
  • "We shouldn't have to pay to enjoy our forests," The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Sept. 30, 2000
  • "War is not acceptable in global view of world," The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Oct. 19, 2002
  • "Genetic Engineering for Better Suburbia,"  The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Feb. 11, 2005


Short Fiction

  • "Of Course," Jeopardy, Spring 1983
  • "For the Janitor," Jeopardy, Spring 1985
  • "The Scarf," Crosscurrents, Spring 1997
  • "The Doodle," Connections, Winter 2001
  • "The Vegetarian," Rosebud, Issue 22, 2001
  • "Items Borrowed," The Circle, Spring, 2003
  • "Family Album," Spindrift, Spring 2003
  • "The Volunteer," Thema, Summer 2003
  • "The Melted Buddha," Confrontation, 2004
  • "The Mindful," The Iconoclast
  • "Spencer's Groove," Spindrift, 2008