February 5th, 2004



anyone ever worked for WASHPIRG? what did you do? did you like it?

also, does anyone have any stong opinions either way about WASHPIRG as an organization?

i was thinking about applying for a part-time, entry-level position with them, but i don't know anyone who has worked for or in the group. thanks for your input.
rock on
  • seckzee

Another Sociology 271 - Deviance Post - IMPORTANT

I just wanted to let everyone know that I am going to Joe Weis' office hours tomorrow, at 10:30am after my class to tell him that I am concerned about his book having several grammatical and spelling errors. I am very nervous because I think he is very cocky and he probably won't give a damn. However, I think this is an issue. I paid $86 for this book and it has over 40 pages of errors. I have contacted the UW Bookstore and the Sociology Department. I hope that other people will join me tomorrow when I speak to him as I do not want to go alone.
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scott pilgrim

Issues in E-Voting event tomorrow

Issues in Electronic Voting
Friday Feb. 6th, 5-7pm
Location: Kane Hall, room 120
Admission is free

Speakers Include:

Bev Harris
Author "BlackBox Voting, Ballot-Tampering in the 21st Century"
Voting activist

Andy Stephenson
Democratic Candidate for Secretary of State in Washington
Voting Activist and Researcher

Barbara Simons
Simons received her Ph.D. in 1981 in computer science from the University of California at Berkeley. In 1980 she joined the Research Division of IBM, and she is currently a member of the Application Development Technology Institute in the IBM Software Solutions Division.

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I cant for the life of me find the home page that loads when your in the computer lab (im at home) so if i could i'd look there, but i was wondering if there were drawing tablets for computers on campus students can use.