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Grow As You Go

Editor’s note: “Grow As You Go” is a weekly column chronicling the flora of UW and its impact on mental health and overall well-being.

Wellbeing
Grow As You Go

Editor’s note: “Grow As You Go” is a weekly column chronicling the flora of UW and its impact on mental health and overall well-being.

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Editor’s note: “Art in Adaptation” is a bi-weekly column exploring the changes between original works and adaptations as well as their effects on popular culture. 

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Whether it’s a quick stroll through Ravenna Park or base camping at Mount Rainier, spending time outside is a wonderful and important part of a balanced college experience and having these places within an arm’s reach is arguably one of the g…

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Editor’s note: “Between Two Pines” is a weekly column chronicling the history and ecological restoration of various green spaces around the UW and Seattle area.

Despite the Seattle rain on their parade, fans of Coin were in high spirits waiting in line at the Showbox SoDo on Nov. 11. The block was buzzing in anticipation as the opener Valley took the …

Now that the days are getting darker and drearier, there’s no better time to romanticize living in the Northwest. 

Weeknights aren’t typically party nights, especially not Wednesdays. Amidst the smoky neon glow of the Neptune Theatre, however, the stage was set for the mostly-instrumental Cory Wong and his band. 

In Oscar Wilde’s long-running comedy “The Importance of Being Earnest,” truth and identity come into focus through a lighthearted game of double lives. 

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“Layers,” an exhibit at the Elisabeth C. Miller Library by local artist Rosemary Washington, features a series of the artist’s watercolors of natural and botanical subjects. Creating art since childhood, Washington — a self-taught painter — decided to start painting again for fun and creativ…

Paleontologists from the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture and the UW excavated fossils from four dinosaurs in northeastern Montana in July. The fossils were found in the Hell Creek formation, a geologic formation estimated to be 66 to 68 millions years old. 

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Seattle has had a long and rich history in LGBTQIA+ activism. According to the LGBTQ Activism in Seattle Project created by The Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project and based at the UW, the LGBTQIA+ community established roots in the city in the 1930s, although members of the com…

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Despite the Seattle rain on their parade, fans of Coin were in high spirits waiting in line at the Showbox SoDo on Nov. 11. The block was buzzing in anticipation as the opener Valley took the stage inside. Girls posed in pink cowboy hats, boys flashed black nail polish — everyone seemed to s…

Editor’s note: “Grow As You Go” is a weekly column chronicling the flora of UW and its impact on mental health and overall well-being.