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No piranhas in student housing

Katie Horowitz

Goldfish bowls are OK, but no pet piranhas are allowed in UW Bothell housing where Friday was move-in day for 270 students at 90 Husky Village and 20 Campus View apartments. Aquariums aside, the residential life staff is committed to connecting students with campus and building a sense of belonging. This is their home.

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Campus changing for parents

Student-parents with their children

Inspired by the Parent Union club, the University has worked to make students with children welcome. Incoming students can expect to find a campus that is more aware of the challenges parenting students go through.

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Convocation launches year

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The incoming class of 2020, new transfer students and their families were welcomed to the University of Washington Bothell at convocation. The ceremony Sunday was the 11th year of the tradition that officially kicks off the new academic year and the 10th year for first year students.

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Dana discusses Muslim voting impact

Karam Dana

Karam Dana, assistant professor and director of the American Muslim Research Institute at the University of Washington Bothell, is quoted by the Boston Globe in a story about changing attitudes of American Muslims. Dana expects Muslims to vote in force in November.

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Shining light on solar power

Audrey Seda, Tommy Tang, Tommy Ferguson

UW Bothell senior Tommy Tang, Audrey Seda from Eastern Washington University and Tommy Ferguson from Seattle Pacific University traveled to India this summer and worked on a solar power documentary. View their video trailer and help Tang win a Tvebiomovies film competition. 

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