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Meadowbrook Pond is unassuming at first glance. The obsidian-like slabs guarding the entrance are flanked by residential homes, but happening upon the pond itself is like finding a private oasis. Beavers, ducks, and herons construct nests along unkempt vegetation lines, while dragonflies and…

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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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This year, for their summer “Shakespeare in the Park” event, GreenStage is offering full performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and two shorter, abridged versions of “Twelfth Night” and “The Tempest” across a variety of park locations in Seattle.

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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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The phrase “everything happens for a reason” describes the underlying sentiment of singer-songwriter Tinsley’s music. The breakup of a long-term relationship after college brought Tinsley to a fork in the road — remain upset or grow and blossom into the talented musician she always wanted to…

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In the not-so-distant past, Seward Park’s peninsula became an island when the isthmus connecting the land would flood. Lushootseed-speaking Salish peoples lived on and around the peninsula since time immemorial before the first settlers arrived in the 1850s. The xachua’bsh people, or “lake p…

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Nine Master of Fine Arts (MFA) and four Master of Design (MDes) students showcased the culmination of their work at the UW in the Henry Art Gallery from May 29 to June 27. The exhibitions were also made available online to include the work of two graduating Master of Art History students.