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I am a lover of historical fiction novels, but it’s often hard to find books not centered around the World Wars and tragedy. Alternatively, “The Lawless Land” is a refreshing, adventurous story set in medieval Europe, and is filled with action, vengeance, companionship, suspense, and history. 

On May 13, students at the Swaranjali School of Music performed pieces composed by the 2020-21 Seattle Symphony Composer in Residence Reena Esmail, accompanied by the Seattle Symphony string quartet. The free community concert, held at Benaroya Hall, was a fusion of Western classical and Hin…

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It’s no understatement to say that food brings communities together. For the Taiwan Student Association (TSA), food prompted hundreds of community members to gather in Red Square for the long-awaited return of the Night Market on May 14. 

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At the end of April, the Icelandic Chinese singer known as Laufey announced her “Everything I Know About Love” tour with concert dates in both North America and Europe.

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The academic year is quickly coming to an end, despite the finish line feeling further away every day — the pervasive gray skies and rising COVID-19 cases aren’t doing anything to boost your mood. If you’re looking for a sign to keep chugging along, this month’s Chinese astrology horoscope o…

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Ever wonder what your headphone-touting peers are listening to in Ode? A surprising number of UW students swear by lo-fi beats. Lo-fi music, or low fidelity music, first gained popularity in ’90s cassette culture before becoming a craze in modern academia for its hazy background sound and co…

At the end of April, the Icelandic Chinese singer known as Laufey announced her “Everything I Know About Love” tour with concert dates in both North America and Europe.

The academic year is quickly coming to an end, despite the finish line feeling further away every day — the pervasive gray skies and rising COVID-19 cases aren’t doing anything to boost your mood. If you’re looking for a sign to keep chugging along, this month’s Chinese astrology horoscope o…

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