Temperatures are dropping, leaves are turning yellow, and Red Square is getting increasingly slippery in the rain. You know the drill: Fall is upon us.

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Editor’s note: “Quarter-life Crisis” is a weekly series offering campus tips and resources in light of the return to in-person instruction and campus activities.

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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.

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If you are lovesick, naked and afraid, or navigating postpartum divorce, read on. Why, you ask? It is because I have taken it upon myself to venture into the dark side of journalism. In search of high-quality, evidence-based love and relationship advice, I consulted Reddit, Yammer, Tinder, a…

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Editor’s note: “Quarter-life Crisis” is a weekly series offering campus tips and resources in light of the return to in-person instruction and campus activities.

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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.

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Editor’s note: “Quarter-life Crisis” is a weekly series offering campus tips and resources in light of the return to in-person instruction and campus activities.

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Editor’s note: “Quarter-life Crisis” is a weekly series offering campus tips and resources in light of the return to in-person instruction and campus activities.

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The vastness of the UW campus makes it much easier to live “on campus,” whether that be in dorms or apartments, through Housing & Food Services (HFS), or otherwise. The U-District is where the majority of UW students live.