It was an eerie feeling bringing my laundry to the washer without having to worry about someone taking my stuff out and leaving it on the ground. I walked down the hall listening to the austere silence in lieu of the hooligans participating in hall sports after hours under the RA’s nose and …
My choice to move back home for spring quarter boiled down to saving money and maintaining my well-being. Besides saving four grand, moving back meant I could once more care for my cat, socialize with my younger siblings, and inhabit a space larger than my squished triple in Elm.
While the UW is continuing classes online this quarter, a lot of people are finding themselves with a lot more free time on their hands than usual. Whether this comes from not having to commute or being unable to continue normal social activities while in quarantine, this free time needs to …
Writer’s note: Living in today’s world as a queer person of color has made it clear that spaces are dominated by and fundamentally for white folks. In an effort to reclaim power and uplift marginalized communities, this column acts as a step to holding institutions of power like the UW accou…
It’s weird to leave a place that’s been a huge part of your identity for what feels like your entire life. I have only faint memories of a time before college, when I feel like I was a completely different person. I’ve been at The Daily for longer than I’ve been a UW student (by a quarter). …
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