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Dear Teacher

By Cate Foster Dear Teacher, I want to apologize for the condition of my homework that I’ve been handing in recently.  I think I need to explain why I’ve been…

Devil’s Night Out: a concert review

Devil’s Night Out: a concert review

By Alex Useman The line of people on Friday night was riddled with the normal crowd of fans, new comers, zombies, and other costumed concertgoers. The night before Halloween is…

A tale of two colleges: bye-bye to CC?

By Sam Shupe Last Wednesday UW Bothell Chancellor Kenyon Chan held a town hall meeting in UW2-005 to discuss current campus issues.  To begin, he wrote this on the white…

The view from over the hill: campus life for students “of a certain age”

The view from over the hill: campus life for students “of a certain age”

By Debbie Brown This week, I had the privilege of sitting down over a cup of coffee with our UW Bothell Chancellor, Dr. Kenyon S. Chan.    One of his greatest…

Inquiries on life: Is honesty the best policy? What about when it hurts?

By Jessica Hoffart I have always been good at faking my way through things. Like job interviews when I have no interest at working in retail, or classes when all…

Washington Basketball Season Preview: “The Future of the Family” (pt. 3 of 3)

Washington Basketball Season Preview: “The Future of the Family” (pt. 3 of 3)

By Brice Hamack Sports Editor New Members to the Family The Dawg Family welcomes into its home one of the most highly skilled players to ever step foot on Montlake. …

New “Moon” rising: a student’s opportunity with the UN Secretary General

New “Moon” rising:  a student’s opportunity with the UN Secretary General

By Evo Zarkov On a windy afternoon last Monday, struggling through heavy Seattle traffic, Husky Herald Publications Manager John Emau and I were anticipating a fore coming event of great…

The view from over the hill: campus life for students “of a certain age”

By Debbie Brown Continuing the exploration of non-traditional students, this week I interviewed students from IAS, Nursing, Education, MACS, and Environmental Science.  I asked them two questions: what is your…

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