April 24th, 2005


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I'm going to be in seattle to visit UW in...what is it...three weeks now, I think, and I need to know of some like...higher-end/whole foodish places to eat lunch. I've got soy and corn allergies, so that means I have to shy away from places that cook with vegetable oil for places that use butter and olive oil. I'm also practically (but not completely) a vegetarian, so yeah, that tells you the-sort-of places I'm looking for.
face of the me

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Has anyone ever taken an intro Linguistics course (200 or 400) and had an undergraduate TA?

The reason I'm asking is because I want to TA one of these guys sometime (heh, it sounds scary now that I've actually said it!) and, well, I'm not graduating for ~3 years on account of double degrees and all that good stuff that I'm after. And that's sooo long! (-: So, for more info: I've taken such a LING intro course a couple years ago and got a 4.0 in it in addition to loving the course and my TA. Since then I've decided to major in Linguistics and have fallen madly in love with it, I've taken many classes in the department already and would love to be able to teach!

I know this is something I should probably talk with my advisor about, but if anyone here by any chance knows...
cutest puppy EVER

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I couldn't find the answer to this online, so do any music majors know how I register for classes if my audition for the music department isn't until September? Registration is coming up soon, and I'm pretty sure it's not gonna let me register for classes that are for music majors only, right? How quickly does, like, Music 119 fill up? Thanks in advance.

Edit: Come to think of it, here's another question. Can I enter the music department on two instruments? I want to do music education, and if I can't take Wind Techniques or whatever because I've auditioned on a string instrument, that's kind of crappy. Wouldn't, say, an orchestra conductor have to take string, wind and percussion techniques? That doesn't mean they have to be able to PLAY every freaking instrument, right?