‘Nourish’ highlights Seattle community organizers in recipes and essays | Eater Seattle

Co-founder Alyssa Kearns hesitates to call “Nourish” a cookbook, because while it began as one and recipes dot its 122 pages, the stories told within aim to do far more than teach the reader how to prepare certain dishes. Kearns and co-founder Nica Sy are undergraduates at the University of Washington, and the book is the culmination of their two-quarter class with the Foster School of Business, Creating a Company.


Opinion: The verdict is in on short-sellers of stocks — they greatly benefit all of us | MSN

“I am devoting this column — my regular monthly focus on the latest Wall Street research — to interviewing a number of finance professors who have studied the roles that short-sellers and their research play. Would the world be a better place if the short-selling firms closed their doors? The professors’ answer is an unequivocal ‘no,'” writes columnist Mark Hulbert. A study by UW finance professor Jonathan Karpoff is referenced.


UW students create ‘Nourish’ to document local organizers’ histories through family recipes | South Seattle Emerald

UW students Josh Williams, Cassidy McGee, Alyssa Kearns, Sandra Li, and Dionica Sy were placed in a project group for their two-quarter Foster School of Business course called “Creating a Company Class,” which began last September. After witnessing a 2020 packed with various social movements sustained by community organizations, they chose to create a book called “Nourish,” a collection of short stories, photos, and recipes from 10 local Seattle organizers.