Reese Sherman – Director of Government Relations

Written by Madeleine Jenness, Assistant Editor Reese Sherman (they/them) is stepping into the role of Director of Government Relations previously held by Mumina Ali. They are a first-year transfer student and a junior majoring in Global Studies.  Below are the questions I asked them in an email interview. I have included all the questions I… Read More Reese Sherman – Director of Government Relations

UW Bothell Begins Preparations for Returning Students in the Fall

As Autumn quarter approaches, UW Bothell’s plans continue to develop and are moving forward as the pandemic evolves and vaccination and mask mandates are changing. While Washington State Governor Jay Inslee said the plan is to have all operations running with no restrictions by June 30th, UW campuses have begun to put out a plan, however, there are still many questions unanswered.… Read More UW Bothell Begins Preparations for Returning Students in the Fall

UW Bothell and Cascadia Campus is now a Certified Bee Campus: The CCUWBee Research Initiative and Native Pollinators

With springtime among us, you may have noticed that flowers in your backyard are blooming, the birds are chirping, and the bees are buzzing. But what about on campus? If you haven’t spent much time on campus lately, you may not have noticed the abundance and diversity of blooming flowers on campus – so what’s that all about? … Read More UW Bothell and Cascadia Campus is now a Certified Bee Campus: The CCUWBee Research Initiative and Native Pollinators

Students Deserve a Say in Campus Safety, Opinion Piece

Written by: Dahlia Bergen; Cascadia student and Mumina Ali; UWB student Dear UWB and Cascadia Community, The Advisory Council on Campus Safety, (ACCS), is a joint University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College group that aims to address and represent perspectives from both UWB and Cascadia communities on campus safety issues. This council includes members… Read More Students Deserve a Say in Campus Safety, Opinion Piece

Movie Review: “Judas and the Black Messiah,” a Captivating Look at “the Other Side” of American History

My knowledge of the Black Panther Party has always been fairly limited—it wasn’t exactly a part of my high school history curriculum. So when I took a class on counterculture during my time at UWB, I jumped at the chance to read more about them. The Huey P. Newton Reader was my first introduction to the real BPP: it was like opening my eyes to a part of history that had been forgotten or perhaps covered up.… Read More Movie Review: “Judas and the Black Messiah,” a Captivating Look at “the Other Side” of American History

Reaching Out Saves Lives: On the Importance of Speaking about Student Mental Health, Opinion Piece

It is imperative that we open more dialogues around mental illness on the UWB campus—and on all college campuses throughout the state of Washington—beginning with our administrations. We cannot move forward and create honest healing within our community without first acknowledging the harm our community is experiencing.… Read More Reaching Out Saves Lives: On the Importance of Speaking about Student Mental Health, Opinion Piece

The 10 Best Shows I Watched Since the Pandemic Hit, Ranked

Well, we hit it. One year since the first stay-at-home order was issued in Washington thanks to COVID-19, meaning that I and many other people had way more time to watch a variety of things on television and any other streaming services. I found several favorite shows of mine from this, and I have to say I love everything about all of these shows.… Read More The 10 Best Shows I Watched Since the Pandemic Hit, Ranked