While lack of inclusivity continues to be a problem in STEM-related fields, writer Alena Alvarez-Saldivar argues that structural change, stalled by problematic professors, is the more crucial issue at hand.
Yes, it’s already week four of winter quarter (time is weird), but it’s never too late to question why fall quarter was not deemed an extraordinary circumstances quarter (ECQ).
Like many other students, I came to UW with dreams, one of those dreams being the chance to study abroad. After applying to study abroad in Almaty, Kazakhstan last spring, I was excited to explore a new city with my second language, Russian.
It's official: In-person classes lasted one quarter before students and staff needed to move online in some capacity. While the benefits and problems with online classes vary depending on who you ask, the last-minute announcement for classes to move to hybrid or online until Jan. 28 left stu…
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