April 6, 2020

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. While the COVID-19 pandemic does not allow us to for an in-person event, it remains important to create ways to come together as a community to recognize this milestone and look toward the future.

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18 years 2 months ago

Erin McKeown worries about what may be in the landfill underneath the Montlake parking lot and intramural sports fields, but she is more concerned that she does not know everything that was once...

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18 years 2 months ago

Every day students park, play and walk on what was Seattle's largest landfill -- a place where household trash and industrial pollutants were mixed with unknown hazardous materials to create a...

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18 years 2 months ago

Its timing coinciding with Earth Day, the UW has changed its recycling program to make it easier for people on campus to recycle their plastic and glass bottles.

Students and faculty will...

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18 years 7 months ago

The recent overturning of the controversial energy fee means that the Board of Regents can no longer impose special fees on students. However, ASUW members fear it may open the door for another...

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18 years 8 months ago

A King County Superior Court judge ruled last Friday that the UW cannot charge students an energy fee to cover increasing energy costs.

Judge Robert Alsdorf ruled the $3-per-credit fee...

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19 years 3 months ago

Actor Woody Harrelson will pedal his celebrity from Seattle to Santa Barbara, Calif., on a bicycle journey to promote and increase public awareness of eco-friendly living.

Harrelson will be...

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19 years 12 months ago

Every Saturday morning, the usually mundane street corner of 50th and University Way is transformed into a bustling community market. An amalgam of ages, classes and ethnicities congregate in the...

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20 years 1 month ago

Here is a riddle: What do you get when you combine people who like to grow things in the soil, gather in large groups to display these grown goods and people who won't settle for anything less...

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20 years 2 months ago

The International Socialist Organization is hosting a discussion on genetically modified food at 7 p.m. today in room 30 of the Social Work Building, which is located on the corner of 15th Avenue...