Hi, has anyone had Prof. Lawson or Prof. Simpson for a COM class? I'm trying to decide which one to take for COM 361. Thanks!!
This is something I just recently found out and thought other people might want to know. I'm not sure who it would apply to--
I took an AP course and thus was able to skip the beginning of a sequence of courses, starting at a college not UW. When I got to UW, my AP scores hadn't been sent. This affected registration for anything that required that class; I had to continually go and ask permission of various departments to register for the class. Instead of having to pay for my AP scores to be sent AGAIN to somewhere, though, I was able to go to the AP offices and just request that I get AP credit for that course; super easy. I don't know what subjects they'll do it for, though. Mine was for math.
Hey all, is anyone in PHIL 347? I missed class tuesday and don't see a new assignment up on the course website. Do we have one and if so what is it? THANKS!
I was just wondering where I can get the issues. I've seen them on the tables in Physics Astronomy A, but I've never noticed them anywhere else. My roommate said she thinks they're by Suzzallo and another person said they were everywhere the Daily is. I personally am really lazy and don't want to walk all over so I thought I would ask here to see if people know where I can get it. Thanks!
02.04.05 Friday 7:30P
UW Students for Fair Trade and The Vera Project Present:
- Anna Oxygen
- Crime In Choir
- Charity Stripe
- DJ Jizosh
$7 General Public/ $6 with Vera club card
“Students for Fair Trade at the University of Washington is hosting a show at the Vera Project Friday February 4th with Crime in Choir, Ana Oxygen, and The Charity Stripe. The event hopes to engage youth in issues of the developing world and potential solutions to its amounting problems. With the devastating effects of the tsunami in Southeast Asia, social scientists have made it clear that the economic conditions of the region have only predisposed the people to a more severe aftermath. As basic human needs are not being met to maintain the majority of the world's livelihoods, it's become increasingly important to question where the source of our goods comes from and whether or not these producers are earning enough to live. Such crucial issues will determine the direction our world will head in, and the youth movement is essential to guiding it, as these problems will be ours to inherit."
does anyone want a ticket to tomarrow night's game?
i don't really care if i get paid for it or not, i just want someone to use it! well, ok, so maybe like... i dunno, $7? less than it's worth anyway, i just kinda want something for it. whatever you can pay i guess.
Did anyone else see the inflatable art on the Quad around 12:30pm today? Did anyone happen to snap a picture??
It was really fantastic, especially the octopus. It totally made my day!