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“Why do we write how we write?” That’s the big question to be pondered at this year’s Fall Convergence, which takes place Sept. 19-22 at UW Bothell. This year’s Convergence also plays host to the international &Now Festival. The event is open to the public.
A new zine examines the lives of influencial women in the Pacific Northwest. The work was completed by IAS Professor Julie Shayne and her students in the Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) program.
Samantha Capoeman, a Quinault Indian Nation tribal nurse who completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing this summer at UW Bothell, participated in the annual Tribal Canoe Journey that celebrates Coast Salish traditions.
Nurses in community health courses surveyed Bothell residents to help the city identify who would be most vulnerable in a disaster and how to communicate with them.
Alyssa King led the Black Student Union, raised awareness of issues with the Campus Events Board and studied abroad to earn recognition as one of the Husky 100.
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