i looked in the memories, but i didn't see any info on this class.
ENVIR 110--the online course
i have never taken an online course before, any advice?
i suck at science, so i am trying to find the easiest possible nw to take, is this a good choice?
what does this class entail as far as h/w?
How easy/safe is it to walk to campus from Montlake?
To Whomever Burned a Bag of Popcorn in Hansee at 5:45 This Morning--
All Of Us At Hansee
*I'm too tired to actually formulate words, but if I were to compose a letter, it would deal with the matters of:
1. The fact that we were woken up by fire alarm
2. The fact that the entire hall was made to stand outside in the cold for a good twenty minutes, many of us in robes and slippers
3. The fact you were eating popcorn at 5:45 in the morning. C'mon. Nutrigrain bar? Oatmeal? Protein Shake? Waffles? Nope. Popcorn. Right...
Has anyone ever taken COM 440, Mass Media Law.
I'm thinking of taking it summer quarter, and Keilbowicz (never had this prof) is teaching it...
Any thoughts/opinions? Good or bad, please. Thank you in advance!
Hey guys -
I already checked the memories, and I didn't have any luck, as I remembered from awhile back that something related to this was briefly mentioned - although I think it was in a comment not an actual post.
Anyways, to make a long story short. I have a friend (whose liverjournal-less so I'm posting for her) who really needs to drop a class. The deadline to drop classes was February 20th, which also happened to fall on a holiday in which the office wasn't even open. She checked with the registration office and they told her the only way at this point was to either fill out the two petition forms - one that basically says UW fucked up, or a "hardship form." Now, if I remember correctly, I remember people mentioning how they filled out hardship forms and it was pretty easy to drop classes. However, this is my question - is there something else that people were talking about? Because the way the registration office made it sound was that it's near impossible. She either needs a 1) death certificate for someone passing away 2) a work schedule documented or 3) or a doctor's note.
She was, however, very sick over the summer and into this year. Had surgery and everything, could get a note from the surgeon. Is this sufficient for those of you who have dropped classes via this way? Are there other options? I guess bottomline, UW makes it sound like you have to have one foot in the grave (or someone else's) to drop a class.
Thanks for any input.
Does anyone know where you could possibly park for free around this time (or later) as close as possible to the UW Medical Center next to the Husky Stadium/Health Sciences?? I don't want to walk a long way either...
I'm pretty sure they never stop charging for the triangle garage.