i'm another senior applying to UW, and it's probably a little late since I'm trying to turn in my application (online) later tonight..
but if any of you have spare time to read over my personal statement that would be great.. Writing is definitely not a skill I really posses or feel comfortable with (and add the fact that becaus eof exchange I havent had an english class since first semester sophomore year), so feel free to rip it apart.. (only in a kind way please!)
First Meeting Today!
Tuesday, November 30
Find out about this exciting new chapter of SEDS--the national organization for students interested in space!
At this first general meeting, we will be electing our officers, announcing some of our first interesting projects, and answering questions.
Hope to see you there!
note: Im promoing this page for a friend, if you would like to know more i suggest you contact Carie
The course is Women, Computing, and Collaborating, a pre-cse142 seminar. So, if you're a freshman or sophomore and you want to learn more about computer science, sign up for ENGR199b. No computer knowledge is required.
Last time I posted about this class, I hadn't been a TA for it yet. Now that I am a TA, I can guarantee you that it is an awesome class. We explore lots of topics in CSE. The class is a lot of fun and very informative.
We'll be adding pictures from this quarter later. For now, here's a list: Programmed LEGO robots, taken part a computer and learned how the hardware works, learned about electronic voting, played around with some graphics programs and had guests from Microsoft talk about careers in CS.
Oh, and the Course Catalog Entry.
I was just wondering how to remove the grill plates from the George Foreman Grill. I thought they were removable, but it does not show or tell me in the owners manual how to remove them. I would just like to know how because it would be easier to clean them. It seems like the top could be separated from the bottom, but I don't want to break it! I know the Foremans are popular, so I figured it would be pertinent.
So, come downtown with me and my photographer for a medley of Seattle holiday fun.
We're leaving at about 12:30 pm on Friday to go downtown and get in the spirit, from the bus stop across from Terry-Lander on Campus Pkway.
Riding the Carousel
Time with Santa
Playing with remote control trains
And whatever other great fun stuff we can think of.
Be prepared to have your picture taken and be asked questions about how much you LOVE Seattle this time of year. :)
(Or at least, how much fun you have screwing around downtown this time of year.) It'll be great. You'll provide lots of great quotes, have a BLAST, and revive the article I'm writing from the pits of hell.
We'll be back before 3:30, cause I have to be at work then. :)
All are welcome: UW students preferred.
or IM ZanyZipp03 if you're game.