ATTN: The Gavel Wants to Publish Your Work

Attention undergraduate students! The Washington Undergraduate Law Review (WULR) is looking for submissions for The Gavel!

WULR is an academic legal journal at the University of Washington that publishes law-related essays, research papers, and other written work by undergraduates. The law review is entirely run by undergraduates at the University of Washington.

The Gavel is an online academic journal that accepts a wide variety of papers such as legal issues, history, and current events. It is a sub-sect of WULR run by a committee of members.

Submission to The Gavel is open to all majors. Students are encouraged to submit academic papers between 3 and 10 pages. Submissions will be selected for publication by the The Gavel editing team based upon quality of writing, research, and analysis. All submissions accepted for publication may be edited for length and clarity.

Email articles as a Microsoft Word file (.doc or .docx) in double-spaced, 12 point type. Articles should include a cover page with the following information:

1. Full name

2. Contact information (email, phone)

3. Article title

4. Complete abstract

5. Brief biography

6. College / university

All submissions for The Gavel are rolling. Please submit to wulr.

Please consult our website for more information about submission requirements:

​Amanda Eshelman

​Online Executive Editor

Sent on Behalf of The Washington Undergraduate Law Review

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Auction of TPR Full-Length Course Voucher

Are you interested in Graduate School, Medical School, Law School, or other higher-ed programs? Do you want to get help from one of the top test-prep organizations?
Golden Key International Honour Society at UW is auctioning off a Princeton Review Full-Length Course Voucher. The auction opens tomorrow, Monday, March 30th at 10:00 AM and closes Friday, April 3rd at 8 PM
Starting Bid: $1,000 (item value: $2,499)

To get more information about the voucher and/or place a bid, follow the link below:

**Must register with a credit card on to place a bid

Best wishes,
Daniel Yusupov
Vice President; Golden Key UW

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Taoshi Capital Information Session and Recruiting Event

Taoshi Capital Information Session and Recruiting Event

Who we are:
Taoshi Capital is a venture capital firm located in Shanghai, China. We primarily invests in internet finance sector in China. We also seeks to invest in startup companies in a variety of fields ranging from consumer product, O2O, healthcare and OTA. We invest in stages from seed round to A+.

What we are doing this April:
Taoshi Capital is visiting UW Seattle – we will hold two information sessions on April 3rd and 4th. We are going to have presentations, and successful entrepreneurs are here to share their stories. Start-up teams can bring their business proposals to the event and talk directly with the founding partner about their projects. If necessary, private meetings can be held. For teams that are raising capital for their projects, you should definitely talk with us as well. Last but not least, we are recruiting talent for our projects, so we will collect resumes at the event (or you can follow the instructions on the RSVP page).

More information:
We have two iPad minis to give away at each event. Please make sure you complete the RSVP form AND show up.

Time and locations can be found here:

Scan QR code or use this link for RSVP:

The primary audience are Chinese who wish to return and start their own business in China, so the presentations will be delivered in Chinese. This event is open to all majors including undergraduate and graduate.

Question? Contact Lucas at

Thank you,


Yue Zhang (Lucas)
E-mail: mactsing

Taoshi Capital Event Desc.pdf

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FIUTS Speed Language Exchange

FIUTS Speed Language Exchange

In the speed dating / speed networking format, this event will help match yourself with another person who is also interested in regularly practicing a new language. For example: Speak French? Want to practice Mandarin? Find a Mandarin speaker who wants to learn French! (and vice versa)

HOW IT WORKS: Spend 5 minutes talking with a small group of people from different linguistic backgrounds. After 5 minutes, move to a different table and meet a new group of people from different linguistic backgrounds.

Learn something about world languages and leave with a conversation partner for a language you want to continue to learn and practice.


FREE – light snacks and refreshments provided!

Join the Facebook event to learn more.

Thank you,

Alison Kilkenny

Manager of Education Programs

FIUTS – Foundation for International Understanding Through Students

(206) 543-1571 phone

(206) 685-8338 fax

Speed language exchange poster.pdf

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Important Dates & Deadlines for Spring 2015

Updates from Economics Advising Office on Adds & Drops, Graduation and Graduating Senior Priority (GSP), Drop-In Advising

Remember to check our blog:

Graduating in June / Summer graduates walking in the June Commencement

Note: if you have already filed paperwork to receive GSP, you have had your senior appointment.

***If you plan to complete your degree in June 2015, you must have your senior appointment completed by Friday, April 17th.***

***If you are graduating in August and plan to walk in the June ceremony, you must have your senior appointment completed by Friday, April 17th.***

To make a senior/graduation appointment, send an email to with your name, student number, and several times that you are available. We do NOT make graduation appointments for the first week of the quarter.

Summer/Fall Registration and Graduating Senior Priority

Summer registration begins Monday, April 13th (GSP). For those of you who have not yet filed for GSP: Students who want graduating senior priority (GSP) for summer quarter must have their senior/graduation appointment completed by Wednesday, April 8th.

Fall registration begins Friday, May 8th (GSP). For those of you who have not yet filed for GSP: Students who want graduating senior priority (GSP) for fall quarter must have their senior/graduation appointment completed by Tuesday, May 5th.

To make a senior/graduation appointment, send an email to with your name, student number, and several times that you are available. (Note: we are not able to make an appointment during the first week of the quarter.)

Reminder:Last day to add or drop classes on MyUW for spring quarter without a late fee being charged: Sunday, April 5th.

Dropping Classes during spring quarter:

No late fee for drops March 30-April 5. From April 6 – 12 a late fee of $20 is charged for drops. From April 6- May 17 you can drop one course, however a $20 fee is assessed and it will require the use of your annual drop.

Adding Classes:

No late fee for adding a course from March 3-April 5 . From April 6 – 12, a late fee of $20 (and entry code) is needed to add a course.

Time Schedules

The Summer Quarter schedule is currently online. The Fall quarter time schedule will be online at: in late April.

Drop in Advising – Savery 305

Come meet with an adviser! You may drop by Monday -Friday 8am-12:00pm, 1:00pm-5pm from March 30-April 3 (keep in mind that you may have to wait.) From April 6 through the end of the quarter, you may drop by Monday – Friday: 11am-12pm and 3:00-4:00pm

Updates from Economics Advising (Spring).doc

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Circle of Honors

We are excited to announce the kick-off of our Circle of Honors project starting next week!

Circle of Honors is a tradition that we, the honors societies of UW, hope to initiate as a celebration of the most positive elements of the student experience. Over the course of Week 1 of Spring ’15, we will host a variety of events and activities for the UW general student population and for the members of our honor societies. I am sure you are aware that the honors societies of UW represent a group of ambitious, academically competent, service-minded individuals. We want your help to promote our values throughout UW in hopes of enhancing campus culture for students and faculty alike.
Check out the Facebook page!

Monday is the Honors Tabling & Showcasing Event in HUB. It will be on the first floor of the HUB (HUB Street) 10 AM-1:00 PM. The honors showcase is when all the honor societies will be presenting about the work they do for the community and demonstrate what it really means to be part of an honor society.

Tuesday is the Faculty Reception in the Walker-Ames Room (Kane Hall 2nd floor). It will be from 7:30-9:00 PM. We are going to have several faculty speakers, talking about leadership and service, and how they tie into being part of an honor society. Please RSVP for the faculty reception.

Wednesday is the Community Service Fair. It will be held in the HUB Lawn from 10 AM-1 PM. Various organizations seeking volunteers will be set up at tables, informing students of volunteer opportunities in the Seattle area. This event also functions as a community service event. There will also be games and Krispy Kreme. Money raised is going to be donated to SARVA.

Thursday is a HUB Social in the HUB Games Area 5-7 PM. This is just a fun social event to get to know other honor society members and strengthen our community.

Daniel Yusupov
Vice President; Golden Key UW

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