June 4th, 2005


I live in Maryland and I was looking for a bank that will be convienient to use both here and at school. Bank of America has branches in Seattle but from what I can tell they aren't really nearby the U District. Any suggestions?

dorm question #8279263

First off, I looked in the memories and didn't find the answer so no need to direct me there :)

I'm going to be starting my first year at UW in the fall. I've lived in Seattle my whole life and was originally planning to just keep living at home since it's FREE (!!!) and I'm all about free things. But after having tons of people tell me that I should live in the dorms and that I would regret missing the college experience if I didn't, I turned in my housing application this afternoon. I know that most people have already turned their's in, so my questions are: What are the chances of me getting my first or second choice buildings (McMahon or Lander?) What are the chances of me getting stuck in a broom closet or something? Or a miserably small triple room?

If anyone applied for housing late (in June or later) and has an experience (good or bad) they could share that would be rad. Thanks guys.

p.s. Also, if anyone's involved in the snowboard team, I would love to talk to you about it.