May 5th, 2005


So... if anyone is living the dorms again next year, do you want to share your new assignment? I'm curious to see if anyone got placed in cluster 707N in Mcmahon with me!
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YOU make it possible! YOU are loved! YOU are the star! YOU rock! And above all else, YOU are appreciated!

The Collective, UW's best (and only) performing improv troupe, wants to invite you to a very special night of audience appreciation. We couldn't do our shows without you and your suggestions, and this weekend all of our games will be strongly based on YOUR input!

The Audience Appreciation Show!
Friday, May 6th and Saturday, May 7th
Cabaret Theater, Hutchinson Hall
11 PM
$2 suggestion donation goes towards cancer research (Relay for Life)
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Great volunteer opportunity

UCALL, the University Community Afterhours Listening Line, is recruiting volunteers for the 2005-2006 school year. This is an opportunity to help peers in need of an empathetic ear. Volunteers take a few shifts per month and attend weekly meetings.

Information sessions will be held on the following dates and times in Hall Health room #301:

Mon. May 9: 1130-1230, 1230-130, 130-230
Wed. May 11: 130-230
Thurs. May 12: 1230-130, 5-6

Mon. May 16: 1130-1230, 1230-130
Wed. May 18: 130-230, 5-6
Thurs. May 19: 1030-1130 and 5-6

If you can't make it to the info sessions, you can also download the application at

Check it out! It's a great experience and a good resume builder, especially for those going into helping careers (though we currently have many disciplines represented).

Business School


Has anyone heard from the Business School about application decisions?? I heard that we would know before May 12th...but I'm not sure..just wondering if anyone got their decisions already..thanks =)

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Saturday, May 7 the Washington Huskies will host crews from the Czech Republic and Cornell University in the 19th Annual Windermere Cup Regatta on their famous Montlake Cut racecourse.

The Windermere Cup is the largest FREE spectator event in the nation, boasting crowds of several thousand people annually for a great day of racing and the opening day yacht parade. A great family event!
Race viewing is great anywhere along the Montlake Cut or the Montlake Bridge.

Unique to the 2005 races is the opening of the newly remodelled Conibear Shellhouse--the beautiful new facility on the University of Washington campus constructed to house the Husky Crew program, and provide Academic Support Services for the UW Student Athlete Community. The public is welcome to tour the new building all day on Opening Day.

The festivities will begin on Friday, May 6 at 9:30 PM with a Fireworks Skylight Celebration in collaboration with 103.7 FM the Mountain. Fireworks will be visible from anywhwere on Lake Washington's Union Bay, with an organized FREE viewing (paid parking) from the Men's Baseball field at the University of Washington.

For more information on this great Seattle tradition including press release, race schedule and sponsor information, visit

For more information on your Husky Crew team, visit
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