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At the end of April, the Icelandic Chinese singer known as Laufey announced her “Everything I Know About Love” tour with...
05/16/2022
Laufey stands out as a figure in modern jazz

At the end of April, the Icelandic Chinese singer known as Laufey announced her “Everything I Know About Love” tour with concert dates in both North America and Europe.

Miss the @asuwae Spring Show on Friday? Our photo desk has got you covered with the latest gallery, up now on the websit...
05/16/2022

Miss the @asuwae Spring Show on Friday? Our photo desk has got you covered with the latest gallery, up now on the website!

In a critical Game 2 at USC, it was an all-day party at home plate for the Washington baseball team, as its offense star...
05/15/2022
Washington bats catch fire for sixth consecutive victory

In a critical Game 2 at USC, it was an all-day party at home plate for the Washington baseball team, as its offense started off hot, and stayed hot Saturday afternoon.

In a critical Game 2 at USC, it was an all-day party at home plate for the Washington baseball team, as its offense started off hot, and stayed hot Saturday

In case you missed it...here are the highlights from this week. Find these and more anytime, link in our bio.---[News] I...
05/13/2022

In case you missed it...here are the highlights from this week. Find these and more anytime, link in our bio.

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[News] Interdepartmental panel discussion tackles gender inclusivity in foreign language education. Written by: Laura Schladetzky, Photo by: Emma Ottosen

[Arts + Culture] Your May horoscope according to Chinese astrology. Written by: Julie Emory, Illustration by: Kalina Luong

[Sports] Klingler named Pac-12 Player of the Year, six other Huskies earn honors. Written by: Anthony Edwards, Photo by: Maddy Grassy

[Opinion] The Constitution was made by men, for men: We shouldn’t still be surprised - The Roe v. Wade draft opinion and the lunacy tied to it. Written by: Emma Schwichtenberg, Photo by: Chloe Peterson

The academic year is quickly coming to an end, despite the finish line feeling further away every day — the pervasive gr...
05/13/2022
Your May horoscope according to Chinese astrology

The academic year is quickly coming to an end, despite the finish line feeling further away every day — the pervasive gray skies and rising COVID-19 cases aren’t doing anything to boost your mood. If you’re looking for a sign to keep chugging along,…

The academic year is quickly coming to an end, despite the finish line feeling further away every day — the pervasive gray skies and rising COVID-19 cases aren’t doing anything

In a strong pitching battle from both sides, the No. 10 Washington softball team took on No. 4 Arizona State at home in ...
05/13/2022
Plain strikes out 13 as UW outlasts No. 8 Arizona State

In a strong pitching battle from both sides, the No. 10 Washington softball team took on No. 4 Arizona State at home in the final series of the regular season, looking to bounce back from its series loss against Utah last weekend.

In a strong pitching battle from both sides, the No. 10 Washington softball team took on No. 4 Arizona State at home in the final series of the regular season,

Ever wish you lived during the age of dinosaurs? If so, the Burke Museum’s DinoFest on June 5 might be the perfect event...
05/13/2022

Ever wish you lived during the age of dinosaurs? If so, the Burke Museum’s DinoFest on June 5 might be the perfect event for you.
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"The Burke Museum, located on the northwest corner of campus near the Ave, will host DinoFest on June 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fossils that aren’t usually showcased on the museum floor will be visible to patrons, and Burke paleontologists will be set up in labs to demonstrate fossil preparation.

“Dinos always get the most attention so we will have everyone’s favorite fossils on display, including the only dinosaur bone found in Washington state, our famous Tufts Love T-Rex skull, and recent triceratops finds,” Andy Clark, the Burke’s youth and family programs manager, said. “Also, our new discovery of the chicken from hell — Anzu dinosaur — will be featured.”

For those who have younger siblings or want to take kids to the DinoFest event, the lower lobby will be filled with kids games, fossil dig pits, a puppet theater, and touchable fossils."

For this story and more, visit dailyuw.com.

Last spring, international Ph.D. student Susan Hou and other Ph.D. students established International Pride to address t...
05/12/2022

Last spring, international Ph.D. student Susan Hou and other Ph.D. students established International Pride to address the need for an intersectional approach to queerness.
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"UW is recognized as one of the best colleges for queer students; it is also home to nearly 8,000 international students. Susan Hou, an international Ph.D. student studying learning sciences, recognized that. Despite how welcoming UW is to queer and international students, there are few services that address both identities.

“I definitely wanted to move to the U.S., because I thought it was a freer place for me to explore my identity,” Hou said. “I knew that [my identity] was queer while I was in Taiwan, and I didn't feel safe to continue exploring myself in Taiwan.”

Taiwan is one of the only countries in East Asia to have legalized same-sex marriage, and is often portrayed as a welcoming place for the LGBTQIA+ community. Hou’s experience, however, showed that the reality of queer acceptance was far more nuanced than the legal code."

For this story and more, click the link in our bio, or visit dailyuw.com.

In achieving these aims, it’s necessary to consider animals equivalent to human participants and to center the design me...
05/12/2022
Adaptation in a human-centric world

In achieving these aims, it’s necessary to consider animals equivalent to human participants and to center the design methodologies around the animals’ needs and motivations.

This American ideal was found in a January headline of People, where Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Otvös said that “lif...
05/12/2022
COVID-19: The newest profiting scheme

This American ideal was found in a January headline of People, where Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Otvös said that “life can be short,” in reference to the COVID-19 pandemic and people dying.

This American ideal was found in a January headline of People, where Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Otvös said that “life can be short,” in reference to the COVID-19 pandemic and people

Ever wonder what your headphone-touting peers are listening to in Ode? A surprising number of UW students swear by lo-fi...
05/12/2022
Best lo-fi and study YouTube channels

Ever wonder what your headphone-touting peers are listening to in Ode? A surprising number of UW students swear by lo-fi beats. Lo-fi music, or low fidelity music, first gained popularity in ’90s cassette culture before becoming a craze in modern ac…

Ever wonder what your headphone-touting peers are listening to in Ode? A surprising number of UW students swear by lo-fi beats. Lo-fi music, or low fidelity music, first gained popularity

The Resiliency Tunnel is a project intended to highlight the future of sustainable farming near campus. In partnership w...
05/11/2022
The Resiliency Tunnel and the future of the UW farm

The Resiliency Tunnel is a project intended to highlight the future of sustainable farming near campus. In partnership with the UW farm, the tunnel’s innovative approach to growth will adapt to a variety of ecological conditions, while producing a h…

The Resiliency Tunnel is a project intended to highlight the future of sustainable farming near campus. In partnership with the UW farm, the tunnel’s innovative approach to growth will adapt

UW is recognized as one of the best colleges for queer students; it is also home to nearly 8,000 international students....
05/11/2022
International Pride fosters community for LGBTQIA+ international students

UW is recognized as one of the best colleges for queer students; it is also home to nearly 8,000 international students. Susan Hou, an international Ph.D. student studying learning sciences, recognized that. Despite how welcoming UW is to queer and …

UW is recognized as one of the best colleges for queer students; it is also home to nearly 8,000 international students. Susan Hou, an international Ph.D. student studying learning sciences,

Young women, especially college-age women, are under a microscope to fit within this mold, with the popular notion that ...
05/10/2022
OPINION: Give your body a break

Young women, especially college-age women, are under a microscope to fit within this mold, with the popular notion that we are in our “prime” or “peak” as far as looks go.

Young women, especially college-age women, are under a microscope to fit within this mold, with the popular notion that we are in our “prime” or “peak” as far as looks

The icks, the turn-offs, the red flags. Our campus, like any other, is seemingly full of them.
05/10/2022
It’s not me, it’s you

The icks, the turn-offs, the red flags. Our campus, like any other, is seemingly full of them.

After a successful return to in-person festivities last fall, ASUW Arts + Entertainment (A+E) is bringing five artists t...
05/10/2022
ASUW Arts + Entertainment revives spring concert for 2022

After a successful return to in-person festivities last fall, ASUW Arts + Entertainment (A+E) is bringing five artists to the Hub Lawn for an evening packed with performances. The Spring Show’s full lineup includes: JPEGMAFIA, Remi Wolf, Deep Sea Di…

After a successful return to in-person festivities last fall, ASUW Arts + Entertainment (A+E) is bringing five artists to the Hub Lawn for an evening packed with performances. The Spring

Do you ever wish you lived during the age of dinosaurs? If so, there is a whole day dedicated to reliving the dino age a...
05/10/2022
Jurassic times are at the Burke

Do you ever wish you lived during the age of dinosaurs? If so, there is a whole day dedicated to reliving the dino age at the Burke Museum with fossil activities on all four floors of the museum.

Do you ever wish you lived during the age of dinosaurs? If so, there is a whole day dedicated to reliving the dino age at the Burke Museum with fossil

In continuing with this week’s theme of protest, we have a period of The Daily’s print history that is one of my favorit...
05/10/2022
5/10/1968

In continuing with this week’s theme of protest, we have a period of The Daily’s print history that is one of my favorites to study. I am talking about the demands set forth by the Black Student Union (BSU) in 1968. In fall 2020, The Daily reviewed …

In continuing with this week’s theme of protest, we have a period of The Daily’s print history that is one of my favorites to study. I am talking about the

Editor’s note: “Space Gayze” is a quarterly column taking a deep dive into the staples of sci-fi, analyzing gender, sexu...
05/09/2022
The queer force of the Skywalker twins

Editor’s note: “Space Gayze” is a quarterly column taking a deep dive into the staples of sci-fi, analyzing gender, sexuality, and queer subtext across a range of iconic movies and TV shows.

Editor’s note: “Space Gayze” is a quarterly column taking a deep dive into the staples of sci-fi, analyzing gender, sexuality, and queer subtext across a range of iconic movies and

With the series already in the bag, adrenaline was running high at Husky Ballpark on Sunday afternoon as the Washington ...
05/09/2022
UW sweeps No. 8 UCLA with walk-off victory

With the series already in the bag, adrenaline was running high at Husky Ballpark on Sunday afternoon as the Washington baseball team prepared to take one more from No. 8 UCLA.

With the series already in the bag, adrenaline was running high at Husky Ballpark on Sunday afternoon as the Washington baseball team prepared to take one more from No. 8

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