December 13th, 2004

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I've just joined and I've read the memories, which were super helpful, but I have some more specific questions for you all, if you don't mind.

I'm thinking about attending the UW for graduate school and I plan on studying art history. Is the program pretty extensive? How are the professors? Is it pretty easy to get an internship at one of the public art museums in the city? The website says that there is an option of a thesis or non-thesis program, which do you recommend? etc.

I also was wondering about what the cost of living is like in Seattle. I'm from Colorado and I currently pay $368 a month for a room in a two bedroom apartment, 1 block from campus, with two bathrooms. Obviously, with Seattle being a large city and all, it will probably be a bit more expensive than what I pay now. What is a ballpark figure for the cheapest studio apartment that I could find within walking distance of campus? Also, some outlook on the prices on two to three bedroom apartments would be cool too. I don't really care if I am living in a shit-hole, if that helps.

Is there a pretty good sized vegan population on campus? would it be rough to find a vegan roommate?

Thanks in advance for any helpful answers. <3

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Anyone looking for a room for january thru june. I still need a roommate. Preferably someone anti-social, keeps to themselves, or a couple. email me if your looking for a place at
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Anyone have/ever had Michael S. Taylor as a professor before? I'm considering a Poli Sci course with him next quarter and I'm looking for some insider info! Thanks ahead.

Math 120 Textbook

Just an update for those interested in that math 120 textbook of mine.... I WANT IT GONE!!!!! So... if you need it, what do you say about $10? eh? not too shabby i think - i paid $25 for it and you can't get it at the bookstore! So let me know. Thx!