January 11th, 2007

quequito estrellas

absences

I've ended up in the Snoqualmie Valley with about a foot of snow outside and my little 2-door Toyota to drive. I have class on campus at 9:30 tomorrow morning. How is the snow (is there any?) in Seattle? Ice? Any chance there's going to be cancellations of classes does anyone think? I've got a research proposal due in the morning and can't miss class... but I also can't get my car out of my street.
good evening pricks

Free Pro-Choice Youth Summit on Campus

Saturday, January 20
                               10:00 am - 4:00 pm
                          University of Washington HUB
Register Today!


     NARAL Pro-Choice Washington's Youth Leadership Summit is January 20 at
    the University of Washington HUB. The event is free and open to all high
               school and college students; we even provide food!


      The Youth Leadership Summit is a chance to get valuable information
                                     about:



           * Reproductive health and rights issues important to youth
               * How to talk about CHOICE and organize your peers
                   * Youth activism and political involvement
       * The state of reproductive rights in our region, our country, and
                               around the world.

       Not a student? Forward this message to a pro-choice high school or
                                college student.

                     Questions? Contact Sasha Cousineau at
                    sashacousineau@prochoicewashington.org.

Lost cell phone

Only people who live in Hansee / are affiliated with Hansee need pay attention. Or people who work at any of the lost-and-founds on campus. Or anyone who has magical searching powers.

I seem to have misplaced my cell phone. This occurred last Sunday evening in Hansee - I had it upon going in, I did not have it upon coming out. Black Samsung phone, Cingular service. I assume it's still in Hansee because I keep calling it, and it keeps going straight to voice mail, like it has no reception. Any leads would be very, very, very, very, very greatly appreciated.