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SFCC students from Tibet working to become teachers at Tibetan orphanage

At first look, it seems like Lama Lakshey Zangpo is their father. He scrambles to pay the Spokane Falls Community College tuition for Jigmed Dawa and Jigmed Tubtel.

Gallup: Gay sex, divorce, extramarital sex reach new highs of ‘moral acceptability’

Americans are showing more tolerance for a range of behaviors, with sex between unmarried adults, medical research on stem cells from human embryos, and doctor-assisted suicide all showing record highs and increases in “moral acceptability” from last year.

Meet the writers and interns at SpokaneFAVS

There are lots of new faces around here! First, meet our new writers — Patricia Bruininks and Lucas Thayer. Bruininks teaches courses such on Psychology of Poverty...

Ahead of the World Cup, Brazil’s churches work to protect children from sex abuse

As Brazil counts down to the opening of the World Cup on June 12, churches in cities hosting the international soccer tournament are not content to sit on the sidelines and cheer.


For the next couple of days SpokaneFAVS will be migrating to its new server. You may notice some broken pages and a freeze on user functionality. Thank you in advance for your patience as we go through this transition.

Senator says gay marriage as ‘law of the land’ is inevitable

Sen. Orrin Hatch says legal gay marriage is almost certain to become a reality throughout the United States.

BRIEF: Leadership Spokane member to be guest panelist at upcoming Coffee Talk

Lance Kissler will be the guest panelist at the next SpokaneFAVS Coffee Talk, on June 7. Kissler is an eBusiness Officer at STCU and currently serves as the president of the Inland Northwest Business Alliance board of directors, and is a member of the Leadership Spokane Class of 2014.

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