Although I'm extremely biased, I wanted to suggest to you folks that if you need a break this weekend from all the studying, you might do well to come see the last Collective show of the year. We're UW's best (and only) improv troupe, and we've got a hell of a show lined up. It's free, but donations always rock.
Hey! Come join the new Winterguard in the Seattle Area for anyone 18-23!! www.rhapsodywinterguard.org ******************************** Hey Guys -
This totally snuck up on me, but lets make it happen. The weather looks crappy, so maybe a BBQ isn't the best idea.
Lets meet Friday June 3rd at 8:00pm at Diva Espresso at 80th St. and Greenwood Ave N in Seattle. Its a neat little coffee shop that's easy to find.
From I-5 you should take the 85th St Exit and head west. Cross Aurora Ave and then turn Left on Greenwood Ave N. Continue south on Greenwood Ave N until you get to 80th St. Diva Espresso is on your left.
At about 9:00 or 9:15 we can decide what to do, but right up the street is Leilani Lanes that has tons of bowling, pool, music, and food. If you can't catch up with us until after 9:00, Leilani Lanes is at 100th St and Greenwood Ave N.
Hope to see you all there!
Bring music, ideas, opinions and totally bring guard friends even if they haven't signed up. We want a ton of kids in this.
************************************ Also, I've really moved to Myspace And I've created a Rhapsody Group over there so fell free to check it out! (www.myspace.com/15651603)
I'm looking at studying abroad next spring, either with the CHID/English Dept. Rome program or the English Dept. London program. Does anyone have any recommendations or preferences between the two? Many thanks in advance :)
The previous post made me think of a question for you all: Has anyone gone on the Spring quarter in Rome program with the Italian dept? I was planning on going next year and taking 203 over there and was wondering if any of you guys have gone! And what you thought of it.
We have one room in our spacious two bedroom apt. available June 23 (at the latest) through August 31. You'll have your own room and live with 2 girls. $350/month. The apt. is located on 42nd between 11th and 12th Ave.
Hardwood floors, dishwasher, laundry downstairs, short walk to campus and major bus stops (#66, #70-74). Utilities are cheap ($15/mo) and we have Cable Internet ($15/mo).
We are looking for someone quick, so we're willing to negotiate rent/utilities.
i lost/forgot my ghetto cell phone at Mary Gates Hall Computer Lab next to the commons. it's black and silver. i would really appreciated if someone found it and email me at email@example.com. i cannnot afford another phone. thank you. and i need it back as soon as possible.
edit: i forgot it today and only realized that when i was already on the bus home.
Does anyone have advice about summer quarter courseloads, difficulty-wise? I'm wondering if it would be too difficult to take 4 science classes, 16 credits total. I'm worried about finals especially, since they are all on the last day of school. Any advice would be appreciated!