February 9th, 2005

LAST CHANCE to see DaytimeTV!!!

Ladies and Gentlemen...

This is officially your last chance to see Wing-It Productions current production: DaytimeTV

Whose in love with Whom? WHose blackmailing each other? Who has returned from the dead to seek revenge? Come find out in this completely improvised soap opera. We take suggestions from the audience and turn them into 3 episodes of a horribly terrific soap opera! Spliced together with commercials, and an appearance by our own version of Cyndi Reinhart, DaytimeTV is a hilarious blend of the worst parts of daytime television and the best parts of improv comedy. Come see it, before it's gone, FOREVER!!!!

This Thursday and Friday at 8pm at the Historic University Theater
Tickets are $8 for students (1 dollar off if you bring tell them TheSampler sent you!!!)

DaytimeTV Website and Info
VW bunny

FREN 134

Has anyone taken the summer intensive first year french course? I'm thinking about taking it this summer... thoughts? comments? warnings? I took FREN 101 and 102 through running start when I was in high school so I technically only need 103 but it's been FOUR YEARS since I've taken french and I'm sure it's mostly gone by now.

Also, where is the French Department office located? I'm kinda curious how it works and if they'll even let me take it since I technically have french transfer credits.


sorry for the repeat

this is strikingly similar to a recent post.

im considering taking the SPANISH intensive course this summer...
how many hours it every day? how "intense" is it? what is the format of the class? could i have a job while taking it?

i took one year honors at my highschool and then flew through 102 at my cc but its been two years and id prefer to know the language rather than pass the requirement.

also, with a 102 on my transcript, does anyone know if the department will let me take the course
The Vu

Win an iPod Shuffle!!

The Kappa Alpha Order fraternity is selling raffle tickets throughout the week out on the HUB lawn with the drawing held at the end of the week on Friday. Each raffle ticket is only $1. The raffle proceeds will be donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.


"The Muscular Dystrophy Association is a voluntary health agency - a dedicated partnership between scientists and concerned citizens aimed at conquering neuromuscular diseases that affect more than a million Americans."

Raffle prizes include:
the new iPod Shuffle
Gift Certificates to Olive Garden, Red Robin, Azteca, Best Buy.
Various CDs, Books, Movie Poster
And more!


-Brian Vu
Kappa Alpha Order
Public Relations Chairman

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My sister and I need to get our hurr did, but we don't know where to go. We're both looking for fairly drastic cuts, so we don't want to go to your acerage hair masters for the job. Any salon recommendations? They don't have to be in the U District.

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Hey, I'm most likely going to be attending the uw starting this fall. Sorry if this has been asked a million times before. My question is: Do you reccomend living in the dorms, and if so which ones are the best? Thanks.