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Between Guggenheim and Sieg Halls, a small gray portable building about the size of a few Odegaard study rooms houses the Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars, the home of many programs for young people’s academic enhancement.

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Graduate student Laura De Vos had been trying to put together courses for her dissertation focused on Indigenous studies, but experienced difficulties organizing a schedule and receiving guidance from faculty.

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State legislators and UW students are hoping to mitigate mental health issues on college campuses by putting crisis hotline numbers on the back of newly issued ID cards. These numbers would most likely include the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and local crisis lines, according to ASUW…

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What do the fall of the Ottoman Empire, newspapers, and the historical and cultural development of Seattle have to do with each other? 

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With the recent release of Disney+, there has been controversy around the warning played before movies that they “may contain outdated cultural depictions.” Times have changed since the release of classic Disney movies, with “Dumbo” released in 1941 and “The Jungle Book” released in 1967.

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Last week, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) held a protest on the steps of the UW Medical Center. They were contesting the use of live pigs in surgical residency training, a practice that the Medical Center has confirmed they currently use.

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Curious eyes and ears gathered in the University Bookstore on Tuesday night to engage in a conversation about climate change policy, centered around the new book “A Planet to Win: Why We Need A Green New Deal.” 

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The ASUW Student Senate’s meeting Nov. 19 was largely devoted to resolution R-26-3, a bill aiming to create a task force by fall quarter of 2019 to review the creation of an Office of International Student Advocacy, Outreach, and Involvement within ASUW.

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New rules proposed by the U.S. Department of Education in November of 2018 could require the UW to make drastic changes to its student conduct and Title IX policies within just one to two months — a tall order when the rule-change process normally takes about a year.

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Washington voters who had hoped to restore affirmative action statewide faced a narrow defeat in the Nov. 5 general election, raising concerns among supporters about diversity practice in the workplace and state colleges. 

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A casual Wikipedia search of male and female artists will reveal a striking visual disparity. Articles on female artists, when compared to their male counterparts, tend to be shorter, lacking references and often missing photos of the actual artist or their work. This difference is concernin…

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Like so many RSOs at the UW, the College Republicans chapter (UWCR) was small in 2015. So small that most of its meetings consisted of its five officers, and if they were lucky, three or four others would join.

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A vote for more transparency in senate meetings, approval of the 2020 Legislative Agenda, and an election for the senate AAA Committee chair were among the topics discussed during the ASUW’s Student Senate meeting following the Veterans Day holiday.

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The Student Safety Advisory Board (SSAB) met with representatives from ROOTS Young Adult Shelter on Friday, Nov. 8, to discuss the shelter’s plan to move into an old frat house, Alpha Epsilon Pi, on 19th and 45th, between the months of April and June next year. 

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Lawyer, professor, and activist Anita Hill came onto the national stage in 1991 when she accused then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment when he was her supervisor at both the U.S. Department of Education and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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When asked how zines are different from other forms of media, Alwyn Mouton, a senior double majoring in comparative history of ideas (CHID) and gender, women, and sexuality studies (GWSS), explained how they radically reject the capitalist barriers of publication, therefore making room for m…

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Eva Schloss, Anne Frank’s stepsister and a Holocaust survivor, visited the HUB Ballroom Nov. 5 to share her life story with hundreds of students and visitors from the Seattle area in a conversation with UW President Ana Mari Cauce.

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Initial results for the 2019 King County general elections have been announced and will be updated daily.

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This October, UW President Ana Mari Cauce received a five-year contract extension, which includes a 2.5% pay increase for this year. Cauce’s base salary, not including annual deferred compensation, retirement account contributions, and an annual automobile allowance, is now $766,140— 9.7 tim…

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In the Seattle General Strike of 1919, more than 65,000 workers, representing 110 local unions, took part in an effort to increase wages. The strike lasted five days and effectively shut down the city of Seattle.

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On Saturday afternoon, about 30 people gathered in front of Seattle Central College in Capitol Hill with baby Trump balloons and a banner reading “Trump/Pence #OutNow,” as they chanted repeats of “out now.” This was the second day of Refuse Fascism’s rallying in Seattle, in the midst of the …

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