To all you seattleites... My partner and I are giving a talk on our oh-so-queer experiences in prague here at UW on thursday at 1130. Come watch and you will be titillated and informed. mwah. sam (x-posted to seattledykes and uw.)
I'm trying to decide between two NW courses. I'm not a science person, so I need really easy-to-comprehend NW classes so that my GPA doesn't suffer.
Here's what I'm considering:
ESRM 101--Forests and Society taught by GREULICH OCEAN 102--The Changing Oceans taught by STRICKLAND
I took ESC 110 and got a 4.0, so I'm looking for something similar to that. Is the online version of OCEAN 102 easy? What do you all recommend? I hate to sound like a slacker, but I'm going to be taking some upper-level English courses, so I need a slacker NW class to even things out. Thanks!
How hard is it, really, to register for classes when you're a freshman and have the lowest priority in the world? Like, am I going to be able to find enough classes open, say in the liberal arts, to be a full time student? That would be dramatic.
hey, i'm looking for opinions on Hall Health... i'm trying to decide whether or not i should make it my primary care clinic. is it crowded? hard to make an appointment? are they people nice there? etc. thanks!