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My goodness how this quarter has flown by. I still look back to winter quarter when I was just starting this column, and I have to say it has gone by very quickly. I still remember standing outside the new Burke Museum under a bus stop shelter in the rain, sketching as fast as I could while …

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As many of you know, the UAW 4121 strike took place this week. I was coming from my last class Tuesday and headed toward Red Square when I noticed a large rally of people in front of Gerberding Hall. I remembered that the strike was occuring so I took out my sketchbook and pen and filled my …

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The University of Washington is home to a wide variety of architecture styles. Ranging from the classic collegiate Gothic that we know and love, to the cold, imposing brutalism we love to hate. This week’s article will focus on the architectural styles that aren’t as widespread as others. 

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I have always loved architecture. Being raised by two architects, I have been conditioned my whole life to have an eye for good design and acknowledge various architectural styles. Both of my parents have an extensive collection of architecture books in our house, and during my early years, …

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We all love the UW campus. From its beautiful, old gothic architecture to its sweeping views and landscaping, the UW is probably one of the best college campuses in the country. While I love the architecture and environment, there is one aspect of the campus that has recently intrigued me: t…

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In addition to sketching and illustrating, I am also a member of the theatre community. I love theatre, be it as an audience member, an actor, or a member of the crew. For this production, I am in charge of mens costumes, hair, and makeup. I make sure that every night, costumes are checked i…

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This past weekend I saw 12 Ophelias at the Glenn Hughes Penthouse Theatre, a theatre on north campus. The production was in the round. For those unfamiliar with theatre in the round, the stage is untraditional in the sense that the audience surrounds the entire stage, as opposed to the audie…