Join host Angela Nolasco in exploring the interesting and historic corners of Washington and discover how policy decisions in Olympia are being implemented throughout the state.
From Point Roberts to Walla Walla, Republic to Battle Ground, Field Report provides a glimpse into the effects of legislative and regulatory decisions on Washington residents, businesses, communities, and classrooms.
Field Report episodes have no scheduled air times, but air frequently on TVW during the day throughout the year.
Meet the Host:
Before relocating to Washington state from Hawaii, Angela spent the last decade of her career developing various creative pursuits in marketing and communication. In Hawaii, she hosted and produced a cross-cultural lifestyle television segment featuring local events and human connection stories. In her free time, you can find her exploring the outdoors and going on adventures into the wild–a passion that made her decision to move to the Pacific Northwest just as appealing as it was pivotal. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communication from the University of the Philippines and an executive certificate in Marketing Strategy from Cornell University’s SC Johnson School of Business.
Most Recent Episode:
February 17, 2021
The ASUW Shell House is home to the legendary U.S. Men’s Rowing crew from the University of Washington that won gold and beat Germany in the 1936 Berlin Olympics. At the time, Adolf Hitler hosted the XI Olympiad to prove Aryan supremacy in athletics. America’s claim to victory baffled members of the fascist elite, Hitler himself, and the rest of the world–challenging the glory of the Third Reich, while putting Washington state on the map.
The ASUW Shell House served as the training ground for these Olympian rowers, as well as a craft space for world-renowned Olympic boat builder George Yeoman Pocock. It is slated for a renovation, which is in part, funded by the Washington state Capital Budget.
In this Field Report, we take a step back into history, and a leap forward into the future of the ASUW Shell House.