May 8th, 2006

Lap top

I got two old lap tops to sell. Sorry if I am posting here but I figured students might actually be interested.
Don't comment please (this is going to all the people bitching about whatever I have to sell) just send me emails at:  jplarch @ excite . com

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ASUW Elections!! Vote NOW!!!

Make sure your voice is heard this election season. Check out and Vote!! Voting is open Monday thru Wednesday!


Hala Dilsi- President
Chris Paredes- Vice President
M'Liss Dewald- Diretor of Community Relations
Tyson Johnston- Director of Diversity Efforts
Masha Burina- Director of Organizational Relations
Rod Palmquist- Director of Operations
Nelson Robles- Director of Programming
Erin Shields- Director of FAA

go to to read their platforms and vote now!!

Trans awareness week! May 8-12 Get involved!

Events for Transgender Awareness Week
Celebrate the Spectrum of Gender!

Monday 5/8
Find the Gender Neutral Bathrooms Contest!
Begins Monday on the HUB lawn, ends Friday May 12th on the HUB lawn
Trans awareness week shirt give away on the HUB lawn

Tuesday 5/9
Personal Activism: A Chat with Andre Wilson
Queer women Transgender Individuals Interest Group
4:30-5:30 Q Center, Schmitz 450

Transgender Spectrum Panel 6:00pm
Terry Main Lounge
Featuring UW students: Jaime Biava, Cat Hirst, DA Clements
Community Members: Erik Janson (Verbena), Marsha Botzer (Ingersoll Gender Center), Laura Herman (former UW Law Student), Aiden Key (as seen on Oprah!) and guest Andre Wilson

Thursday 5/11
Winning Trans Health Insurance
University of Michigan, 2005
Andre Wilson Lecture with the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies
3:30-5:00pm Smith Hall 114

Friday 5/12
TV documentary from Sundance and LOGO
Come see the first few episodes of the show that won Best Documentary at the 2006 GLAAD awards!
6:30pm Mary Gates Hall 389

For more information, visit our website: or contact QTIIG (Queer women and Transgender Individuals Interest Group) at

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Michael Cepress Introduces The Modern Gentleman
A Runway Show of Men's Fashion
Showbox Theatre (1st Ave and Pike St, downtown Seattle)
Sunday May 14, 2006
7:oo: Doors, cocktails
9:oo: Dance with DJ Colby B
NO COVER (suggested $5 donation at the door)


Contact: Michael Cepress, University of Washington School of Art
Tel: (206) 334.7602

Local Designer Gives Men a New Look
The Modern Gentleman: A Runway Show of Mens Fashion

Seattle--May 1, 2006-- Local designer Michael Cepress will be presenting his new collection of mens fashion at the Showbox Theatre on Sunday, May 14, 2006 with doors opening at 7:00 p.m. The runway show will be introducing a line of new and challenging mens garments that function as art, and give men a sense of variety and freedom that is otherwise only found in womens apparel.

A total of forty new pieces will be featured on live models, including colorful, lavish and artfully tailored variations on shirts, trousers, knickers, accessories and even skirts for men. This collection is as sexy as it is progressive,îsaid Cepress. Im trying to challenge the common approach to clothing design by blurring gender lines and investigating the history of mens fashion.

The runway event is in conjunction with the Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery on May 26th, 2006. The event, at the Showbox Theatre, will display the culmination of 2 years of study by Cepress in the Fibers Program at the University of Washington School of Art.

A reception and dance party featuring the music of Seattle DJ Colby B will follow the runway show. DJ Colby B. frequently performs at Chop Sueys Comeback, the War Room, and is returning to the Showbox Theatre to provide her support for local independent designers like Cepress.

The Showbox Theatre is located at the intersection of 1st Avenue and Pike Street in Downtown Seattle across from Pike Place Market. A cash bar opens at 7:00 p.m. with the runway show beginning at 8:00 p.m. DJ Colby B will get the dance party started immediately following the fashion show. The event is open to all ages with a $5 suggested donation at the door.
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