I have a few things for French and Italian 200 level classes (which it pains me to think that i'll never use again) including the Da Capo (italian) 5th Edition Lab Manual, and A World Langauges cd set for En Bonne Forme (all CDs 1-11.. French). Both are in great shape (showing I never did my homework...), if anyone wants them, I think I can part with them for free. You won't get them til the school year starts, but if you want to request them now, the first person to email me with a decent story, that is actually taking the class, gets them. I'll have some Spanish stuff for the 300 as soon as I finish with it. email@example.com Name's Will. I might have some more stuff... if I can't sell back the two textbooks I mean :-P. Thanks for taking them off my hands
Does anyone here work for or know someone who works in student tech support for the C&C client services? I have a technical interview there soon, and am really not sure what to expect. Specifics would be appreciated- anything to help prepare myself!
Also, incase this job doesn't work out, does anyone know of any other computer lab/tech supoort jobs around campus that are hiring right now? I can't find anything online, I've already checked UW's student employment links.
Hi everyone. I checked the memories and couldn't find an answer, so here goes:
I'll be studying abroad in Spain (specifically the University of Seville) from January to June of next year (2006), and I am a bit worried about the length of time and the difficulty of transferring credits from the host university back to UW. Has anyone had any problems with getting credit? How long has it taken you? I already talked to the anthropology department (being an anthro major), but I thought that it would also be good to get opinions from people who actually studied abroad. Thanks!
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I already browsed the uw memories.. soo, Anyone have any thoughts/ideas to share about the hair salon in U Village across from Fireworks? I'm guessing its pricey, considering its in the u-village (even with the $5 off, first-time/ walk-in customer deal they advertise).. ? Good place? Bad place? any thoughts? I just need to chop off a good chunk of my hair. thnx