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  • The Seattle Times marketing and creative team wins an American Advertising Award

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    The Seattle Times’ marketing and creative team won a Silver American Advertising Award, or ADDY, for Fan Frenzy, an interactive campaign that engaged readers in the week leading up to the 2014 Super Bowl win. The integrated campaign included Beast Bingo, a fortune teller predicting the winner of the big game, do-it-yourself pom poms and a Web page chronicling the week of fan fun. Winners go on to compete at the regional and national levels, culminating in the national American Advertising Awards in June.

  • Curious about the future of education?

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    Follow Education Lab, a project designed to spark conversation about issues and solutions related to public education in Washington state. Stay informed by subscribing to our free email newsletter, which features a roundup of Education Lab headlines each weekday morning.more

  • Join us for One Day University

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    What happens when the best professors from the best schools present their best lectures in one place? One Day University, presented by The Seattle Times. Join us on Saturday, March 7, and celebrate lifelong learning with four live lectures on psychology, political science, art and film.more

  • The Seattle Times wins a top journalism award for video and digital storytelling

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    Our Sea Change series just received a 2015 DuPont-Columbia award, one of the most prestigious awards for broadcast journalism. Judges honored The Seattle Times’ multimedia project for showcasing “the power of storytelling on the Web.’’ We are honored to receive recognition of this video and digital presentation, in addition to top honors for our traditional photo and text reporting. Click here to experience the award-winning Sea Change report for yourself.more

  • Fund For The Needy

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    Each year, The Seattle Times Fund For The Needy raises money to help support some of the most vulnerable members of our community, including children, families and seniors. 100 percent of donations go directly to local agencies who address critical community needs. As of today, we’re 94% of the way to our goal of $1.3 million. For more information or to donate, click here.more

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