Sandeep Kaushik

A former drug addict of no fixed address and ambivalent sexual orientation, Kaushik landed at The Stranger only after being poached from the Seattle Weekly’s recruiting department, which had lured him from the scenic vista of Cleveland, Ohio. Kaushik can often be overheard working on assignments for other publications (Time Magazine, The Boston Globe) while on the clock at The Stranger, but he has never once been reprimanded. Experts credit his good luck not to the fact that he quintuples the company’s minority employee quotient, but to the fact that Kaushik is a husband and father, with another kid on the way.

Recent Articles

Dino Lossi

Wenatchee Judge Thumps Republicans


Judge Rejects Republican Spin in Election Lawsuit


A Short-Term Win for Dems, but What About 2006?

News May 19 4:00 AM

The Showdown

Finally, Gubernatorial Contest Heads to Court

Features May 19 4:00 AM

The Young and the Godly

Seattle Is a Secular Bastion, but for How Much Longer?

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News May 12 4:00 AM

Lashing Back

Microsoft Turnaround Sends Message that Christian Right Is Overreaching

News May 5 4:00 AM

The Lying Game

Prominent Gay Microsoft Employee Quits, as More Evidence Emerges That Microsoft Caved to Anti-Gay Minister

News Apr 28 4:00 AM


Minister and Microsoft Executive Offer Wildly Different Versions of Meeting

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News Apr 21 4:00 AM

Microsoft Caves on Gay Rights

Pressured by Evangelical Minister, Microsoft Withdraws Support for Civil Rights Bill

News Apr 21 4:00 AM

Battling for Seattle

The Election Is Over but the Dean-Kerry Rivalry Continues

News Apr 14 4:00 AM

Republican Fink

Blame this Eastside GOP "Moderate" if Gay Rights Bill Dies

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News Apr 7 4:00 AM

Opportunity Costs

Dems Are Misunderestimating Bush

News Mar 31 4:00 AM

Ominous Omission

Gregoire Backpedals on Government Accountability

News Mar 24 4:00 AM

Monorail Monopoly

The Monorail's Latest PR Mess: Excessive Land Appropriations?

News Mar 24 4:00 AM

Saving Terri Schiavo

The Limits of Ownership in Bush's America

News Mar 17 4:00 AM

Sunday Schooled

Shaky 'Seattle Times' Editorial Backs Blue Laws

News Mar 10 4:00 AM

The Two-State Solution

Residents of Eastern Washington want to split Washington in two. Why not out cut the rubes loose?