So who went? I want your reviews.
I was working as a stagehand so it was freaking awesome, since O.A.R. is my second favorite band. I thought Marc would be taller in person, but I guess not. Being onstage is deceiving!
Twas my best Halloween yet.
Some dancing friends and I are looking to start a belly dance club here at the UW. This is *not* a performing arts club like CAJAH and others, but rather a special interest club where campus bellydancers and those interested can meet each other, watch videos, attend shows, and possibly host workshops and put on a big show at the end of the year. If Western can have a successful one, then so can we!
If interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Quick, weird question
I was wondering if anyone could tell me in traffic-realistic terms, about how long it'd take to drive from Lacey to UW, and what cities would be about halfway? Maps are good but not very good at offering realistic travel times.
Thank you so much, in advance :)
i'm a "second year junior" (read: sophomore with too many AP credits). as far as registration goes, which am i?
these art classes are hard enough to fit in with the science labs, placing "freshman and sophomores" only for period 1 kills. but a classroom that doesn't discriminate left-handed students?... priceless.
Anyone know if there are dorm rooms available for visiting parents? Or any other cheaper method of housing your parents during their stay here?
I'm a freshman looking for an interesting history-type class to go with Chem 152 and Biopsych winter quarter. I'd like a class/professor that's most of all interesting, and if possible one that doesn't require a huge amount of writing. Does anyone know of such a class, or just at least a history professor who is incredible? Thanks!
w/ Pretty Girls Make Graves & Schoolyard Heroes
Friday, December 2, 2005
HUB ballroom, University of Washington
$12 w/ UW id, $17 GP @ Ticketswest
Tickets go on sale tomorrow. Andrew is known for putting on a really fun show, so spread the word and come party please.
crossposted: uw, seattle
this Friday, there is a going away party for Michelle Bandion, who teaches Tango and Salsa through the Experimental College. come one and come all. if you have or you are taking Tango, this is a great time and place to practice.
i tried sending out an email to all the people i know who are interested.
cupkate, i tried sending you an email but the email address was wrong.
hope to you there, lovely tangueros and tangueras!
When: Friday 11/04/05, after Michelle's beginning Tango class
Where: Wilsonian ballroom (come and enjoy it before it's torn down at the end of the month)
edit: Michelle is only leaving for next week to teach Tango on a cruise ship. i'm sorry if i caused any unnecessary panic.
Anybody know if there's any bowling... thing?... I could get into now, rather than waiting to join the bowling league/club/whatever in Winter quarter? I've recently rediscovered my love (if not my talent) for the sport.
Hi, me again, sorry for the posting all the time ness. I'm thinking about applying for a job with HFS since every time I eat on campus I see that they're still hiring.
Ideally I'd like to work pretty few hours a week if I could. I had a job at a restaurant back in NYC that was only 5-10 hours a week and it was just fine. I just want enough money to feed myself for the week without denting my bank account. Anybody think they've got something like that? I have register experience and all that good stuff.
Meanwhile, I'm trying to get a volunteer job with a non-profit and if it works out I'd want to devote my full part-time to it instead of to HFS... so I'd have to quit. Do you think that's a problem?