Student Life Weekly Newsletter
February 16th - 19th
Winter Quarter Club Meeting Times
Creative Arts Club
Wednesday 4-5:30 CC3-201
Chinese Communication Club
Friday 11-1pm ARC 121
Monday 11-2 ARC 110
Monday 12-2 ARC 210
Monday 12:45-1:15 CC1-004
Monday 11am-12pm CC3-Lobby
Next Generation IT
Wednesday 4-4:30 pm CC2-161
Tenti Gathering (Meets every other week)
Thursday 12-2pm ARC 110
Board Gaming Club
Tuesday 3:30-5:30 ARC 210
Tuesday 12:30pm-2pm | UW1-161
Pop in to have some fun and build LGBTQIA+ community on campus with a photo booth, pride button- and bracelet-making, and educational resources!
Get your picture taken with the rainbow, bi, trans, pan, asexual, and/or genderqueer pride flags, and design pins and bracelets in whichever colors you want.
This event is open to all UWB and Cascadia students, staff, and faculty, as well as the broader community. This event will be LGBTQIA+ centered, but allies are welcome. Join us for as long as you want or as briefly as you need to.
Guest Speaker: Jose Antonio Vargas
Tuesday 4pm | Mobius Hall
Jose Antonio Vargas is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker whose work centers on the changing American identity. Join us in an engaging conversation about race, immigration, and identity in a multicultural America.
Coffee with CSG
Wednesday 8:30am-10:30pm | CC1 Lower Level Lobby
Dream Together, Succeed Together
Wednesday 12:50-3:20 | CC1-004
Muslim Student Association Meet & Greet
Wednesday 3:30pm - 4:30pm | CC3-234
NGIT LAN Party
Saturday 10am-6pm | ARC 2nd Floor
Deadline approaching! - Cascadia Foundation Scholarships
All Cascadia students and prospective students, domestic and international, are encouraged to apply. Running Start students should not apply for the period they are enrolled in this program. All awards require enrolling in at least ten (10) credits for three consecutive quarters during the award year. Recipients must also maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA. Other requirements may apply based on specific criteria set by an award’s sponsor – e.g. First in Family, LGBT, Northshore School Dist. Student, etc.
A current listing of awards and the Application and Guidelines is available on the college’s scholarships webpage or at the Foundation Office (CC2-281E). Applicants complete ONE application to be considered for all Foundation scholarships. The guidelines explain how to submit an application and where to go to get questions answered.
Completed applications will be accepted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, at the 1st floor Information Desk and the Foundation Office (CC2-281E). Kodiak Corner should instruct applicants to drop off their application at the Information Desk.
Curb Jumper Street Eats @ 11
Mr Gyros Food Truck @ 3
Gobble @ 11
Roll OK Please @ 11
Mr Gyros Food Truck @ 3
Spicy Papaya @ 11
Big Dogs Hot Dogs @ 3
Curb Jumper @ 11