Monthly Archives: October 2020

Queer People of Color Alliance

Within the context of the pandemic it is important to engage with our community: Reach out to the queer RSO’s on UW Campus https://tinyurl.com/y5q5f5oo October 19 was National LGBTQ+ Center Awareness Day. Find the closest center to you and ask how you … Continue reading

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Write for a UW Student-run Journal, Capillaries

A message from the students at Capillaries… It is understandable to feel overwhelmed with trepidation, grief, loneliness, exhaustion, and more common, the muted desperation of having all sense of normalcy evaporate. We at Capillaries: The Journal of Narrative Medicine believe … Continue reading

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Two Talks of Interest (Wednesday, October 28)

Carol Anderson is professor of African American Studies at Emory University. She is the author of the critically-acclaimed White Rage, published by Bloomsbury (2016). Anderson is also the author of Eyes Off the Prize: The United Nations and the African-American Struggle for … Continue reading

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2020 Virtual Law School Fair

Student registration for November 3rd’s 2020 Virtual Law School Fair is now open! 60 Law Schools have registered and are eager to connect with Huskies during the virtual fair, hosted on the Handshake platform. This fair is open to ALL … Continue reading

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Upcoming Talk of Interest

Description: White privilege has mostly been described as a source of power that grants access to more opportunities and resources.  Implicit in this conception is the notion that white privilege grants its benefactors special abilities and skills that descendants of … Continue reading

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ASUW Student Disability Commission internship opportunities and DASA revival!

Are you interested in disability advocacy? Do you want to learn more about disability justice? Consider joining our student-led, advocacy-centered entity! We put on events like “ASL/Deaf Culture workshop” and “Ableism and Coronavirus webinar”. We lead campaigns like “F*** Stairs” … Continue reading

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Writing Help from Odegaard Writing and Research Center

As the new academic year begins, the Odegaard Writing and Research Center is excited to welcome undergraduate students back with remote writing and research assistance services, which have been adapted to an online format! You can sign up for a … Continue reading

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Pre-law Internship at UW

UW Student Legal Services seeks an hourly undergraduate outreach intern to assist in promoting awareness and usage of SLS resources to UW-Seattle and Bothell students. The intern will also be responsible for the day to day operations of the SLS office, … Continue reading

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Looking for volunteer opportunities? ASUW has you covered!

Are you looking to get more involved this year? Hoping to make a meaningful impact at UW? Trying to find the coolest community on campus? The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) is currently offering TONS of awesome … Continue reading

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Free UW Therapy Workshops & Groups

The first set of workshops provided by counseling and mental health services on campus is coming up! The next upcoming workshop is on self-compassion (geared toward managing stress due to midterms) and happening this coming Tuesday.  There is also a relationship … Continue reading

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