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Summer may seem quiet on the University of Washington Bothell campus, but it’s busy for incoming students and the office of Orientation and Transition Programs. In the June-September period there are 23 orientation events: 14 for transfer students, six for first year students and three for parents.
The wetlands that make up about half of the University of Washington Bothell campus are a rich research opportunity, a community resource and the front line in the campaign against non-native plants and dam-building beavers.
Before he begins his final year as a law, economics and public policy major, Avi Socha is picking up perspective in Cape Town, South Africa, at a nonprofit legal firm called Projects Abroad Human Rights.
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