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Islander Josh Radman, left, at the University of Washington with Mohammed Yunus, the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Winner. Yunus was chosen for his bank’s development of micro-lending in Bangladesh. Radman, a senior at Mercer Island High School, is working on micro-financing as his senior culminating project. Read his view on the banking trend on page A5.  - Contributed photo
Islander Josh Radman, left, at the University of Washington with Mohammed Yunus, the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Winner. Yunus was chosen for his bank’s development of micro-lending in Bangladesh. Radman, a senior at Mercer Island High School, is working on micro-financing as his senior culminating project. Read his view on the banking trend on page A5.
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Islander Josh Radman, left, at the University of Washington with Mohammed Yunus, the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Winner. Yunus was chosen for his bank’s development of micro-lending in Bangladesh. Radman, a senior at Mercer Island High School, is working on micro-financing as his senior culminating project. See Opinion to read his view on the banking trend.

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