Composting at the University of Washington Bothell is a process that allows students and staff to get involved in the school goals of sustainability and a healthier planet, but the composting process on campus may not be as good as the administration makes it out to be.
A topic that many are ashamed to talk about or scared to label as domestic violence. On October 15th, a panel of Cascadia Community College (C.C.C.) and University of Washington Bothell (UWB) staff worked on exploring this phenomenon.
The Coast Salish event on October 16th, hosted by the Social Justice Organizers (S.J.O.), was created to inform University of Washington Bothell students about Indigenous people.
This year, University of Washington Bothell welcomed roughly 1,600 first-year and transfer students to the next chapter of their lives with events, programs and activities to gear them towards a successful year.
Every night, around sunset, hundreds of crows fly over the campus for the night to rest in the North Creek Wetlands. It’s truly a sight to behold. This nightly routine is called their roosting.
With debate season happening now and presidential elections coming up in November 2020, voting has never been so crucial with our current political climate.