Editor’s note: “Ever Since I Was” is a bi-weekly column detailing the genesis and growth of the passions of UW and U-District community members.
Sometime during fall quarter, UW meme accounts started popping up. UW Confessions, Liminal Spaces UW, UW Rats, and many more crossed the Explore pages of UW students’ Instagrams and quickly became popular.
Rachel Lynn Solomon — a UW alum and former writer and copy editor for The Daily — will be participating in her first book signing since the start of the pandemic to celebrate the release of her book “Weather Girl.”
“From the Crow’s Nest” — a new column from writer Julie Emory — showcases authors and literary works from the Pacific Northwest. This week, Emory sits down with former iSchool faculty member Nancy Pearl to discuss writing and the importance of a good book.
Over 130 years ago, the publication that you are currently reading was established. As with many things at UW, the first few years were a bit bumpy, with things halting and relocating to the current state we have now. In looking at the archives we have at the newsroom that date back to the e…
Imagine the scene. You’ve submitted your last final after a week of more coffee and energy drinks than you’d like to disclose to any functioning human being. Eyes twitching, you decide to go back to bed after staying awake for … 24? 36 hours? You rest, acknowledging the final assessment of y…
University majors are often divided into hard sciences, social (read: soft) sciences (including the miscellaneous business), humanities, and the arts, but have you ever thought about whether your major is classified as bouba or kiki (or bouki)?