August 27th, 2004

  • cohen

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my name is steph and i am very interested in attending the university of washington. the only thing is, i'm moving to seattle from chicago. and i've been warned that uw can be hard to get into..

is there truth to this? and are they stingy with loans/scholorships/ out of staters?
beachy keen

laughing buddha

i was wondering if anyone has been to the laughing buddha on the ave and gotten a tattoo there, and if you have, what did you think of it? i want to get a new tattoo and i'm just exploring my options. i deem this uw related because its on the ave. :D
polk card

Great Comedy, Great Cause

Have Fun and Support The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

On Saturday, August 28th at the 10:30 show, Jet City Improv (“fantastic improv theater” – The Stranger) will be donating 50% of all ticket sales directly to The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!

It’s a great opportunity to see a funny improv comedy show and help out a good cause at the same time. Hope to see you all there. Details below!


What: Jet City Improv Benefit for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
When: Saturday, August 28th at 10:30 (doors open at 10)
Where: The Historic University Theater – 5510 University Way – U-District
Cost: only $10

Dorm Supplies

Many of you have already been through your freshman year in college. I'll be in Terry Hall and I'm just curious what sorts of things I should be bringing. I know the obvious, like towells, sheets, matress pad, clothes, desk supplies, etc, but I'm wondering if you more experienced folk have any hints or ideas of things to bring that one might overlook. Thank you for any help you can give.

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So seeing as there hasn't been much interest in trading for my single room on this community, I was curious to know what other places I could go to? Are there other UW communities - or any other place where you guys can think of that I would be more likely to find somebody who was interested? What would you all do in my position? (If you don't know, I have a single in Mercer, which I signed up for not realizing it cost alot more than a double...)

So anyplace you guys can think of where I might reach somebody who would want to trade would be awesome.


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Hi. I am taking physics 114 in the fall and I bought my book yesterday. Its "Physics" by James Walker (second edition). I was wondering if anyone knew ANYWAY i could get an instructors solution manual. I know there is a student one with just selected answers but i want the whole thing ("Istructors solutions manual" Vol II: 0-13-141660-X) so i can know if im doing every problem right. ANy websites or anything that could help with this? Please let me know. Thanks


hi! is anyone interested in dog-sitting for an adorable, tiny 7 pound dog? he's a white pomeranian, and looks like a little fluffball! he loves sitting on laps, cuddling, playing, and eating.

i need a sitter for sept. 3-11; richie (the dog) will stay at your house. i'll pay you $100 plus my extreme gratitude! he's friendly, well groomed, clean, potty trained, great with children. petless household required.

if you wanna see pictures, visit then go to "richie."