November 12

University of Washington - Bothell


The Community Center will be closed on the following dates:

11/11, 11/28, 11/29, 12/25, and 1/1/14

due to the Holidays

Winter Break Hours from December 15th to January 5th: 12pm-6pm everyday

We thank you for your patience and understanding. If you are in need of immediate assistance, please call the RA on Duty at 206-245-5536

UWB's Got Talent

Friday, November 22 in the UWB 2 Common Grounds housing will be hosting a talent a show.

More information to come at a later date, keep posted!

Contact RA Shibuki via e-mail at for questions.

UWB's got Talent Show AUDITIONS!

Thursday: 7:30-8:30pm

Come audition for UWB’s Got Talent in the HVCC. All residents invited


Log into your e-mail and fill out the Autumn Resident Survey for a 1 in 270 chance to win! That's the best odds you'll ever find at winning something this BIG (but small, it's a mini after all)

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Katie Horowitz at

Food Trucks!

Loving or Missing the food Trucks on campus? Here’s the place to check out upcoming options!

Upcoming Programs!

La Propia Pizza!

Thursday, November 14th 6pm

Alejandra and Ariella are partnering to create a wellness event focused on healthy eating and teaching residents how to be independent when cooking their own meal. We will address the healthy benefits that a balanced meal has when picking the right ingredients for it.

3v3 Basketball Tournament

Friday, November 15th 4-5:30pm

All residents are invited to play in a small basketball tournament. Shibuki will be leading students to the rec fields to play basketball and have fun! Meet at the community center at 4 pm

Random Facts

oThe Alaskan state flag was designed by a 13-year old

o George Washington was so afraid of being buried alive, he asked his staff to wait 2 days after he died to bury him

o A theater in Paris showed "Life of Pi" on boats

o The hashtag symbol, or pound sign,(#) is actually called an octothorpe

o A woman with a PhD in math won the scratch lottery 4 times (over $21 million) by figuring out the algorithm of the ticket production.