upcoming events

no make up

WHEN: March 4th-8th, No Make Up Week: Redefining Beauty
by: Health Educator's Reaching Out (HERO's)

t's that time of the year again... The HEROs are hosting Healthy Body Image week March 4-8th. There will be an interactive workshop on Tuesday, March 5th in the Food For Thought cafe on campus: Love Is All You Need. Aside from this, the week theme will also be NO MAKE UP WEEK.

Take on this week as an opportunity to explore and understand your relationship with make-up and break the fears and beliefs of the natural face. Be as much yourself as you can be. Join this event on Facebook!


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WHEN: Friday, March 8th
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Please submit your art at UW1 LL - Student Life Vista.
We're holding an art showcase of student, faculty and staff work (including, but not limited to, poetry, cards, photography) during the International Women's Day event on March 8th in North Creek Events Center.

Please submit your art the way you would like it displayed. The art should focus mainly on Women's History.
Have any questions once you're dropped off your art? Ask the student assistants for help! Any other question about the event? Contac Arianna Aldebot


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International Women’s Day

“Chilean Exiles: Women, Culture and Resistance in Vancouver, BC (1973- 1990)”

WHEN: Friday, March 8th

WHERE: UW1-221
Julie Shayne, Ph.D., Lecturer, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.
FREE & Open to the Public.

Lunch and Faculty and Student Panel Discussion:
“Gender issues from a Global Perspective”

WHEN: Friday, March 8th
12:30pm - 1:30pm

WHERE: North Creek Events Center
FREE & Open to the Public.

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WHEN: Tuesday, March 12th
TIME: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
WHERE: Food For Thought

The Vagina Monologues has given voice to experiences and feelings not previously exposed in public. Students will be able to read parts of the award-winning play in an encouraging and welcoming environment. The play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler's interviews with more than 200 women. With humor and grace the piece celebrates women's sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives. Anyone can participate who identifies as feminine. FREE & Open to the Public. Join this event on Facebook.


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The Worldwide Book Drive and Sustainability Organization is collecting new and used books of all kinds.
Your contributions bring donated books to Africa, to be recycled by disabled workers training to re-enter the workforce, and will be sent to under-privileged youth throughout the U.S.
We need your help! If you have textbooks and any other kind of books, donate them! There is currently a blue drop-box next to the UW-1 Front Desk, so bring your new and old books there. If you have any questions, please contact Aaron

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WHEN: Every Friday
TIME: 2:45pm
WHERE: UW1-361

Club Council is a group of student leaders who are committed to serving clubs at UWB. We support clubs through recognition, training and funding. We want to help clubs' passions come to life! Feel free to drop by our weekly meetings every week or contact Ozden if you have any questions.



HuskySync is group management software that helps keep you connected to the members of the UW Bothell Community!
HuskySync is created and driven by you to meet and interact with other students and serve as your major resource for involvement on campus.
What you can do with HuskySync:
· Join campus clubs, organizations, or recreational programs.
· Contact leaders of current clubs, organizations, and recreational programs.
· Find out additional information about specific organizations on campus.
· Manage group membership for your various involvement on campus and manage your personal calendar with your groups’ events.


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WHEN: Monday, March 25th to Friday, March 29th
8:00am - 5:00pm

Volunteer Recruitment and Registration for Alternative Spring Break!

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is an exciting program, where volunteer activities are organized to serve your community during the break in March.
This year's break is the week of the 25th through the 29th.
There will be many different sites, from a day long site visit to just a few hours a day. You pick which ones you attend! Come to one or sign up for all of them throughout the week! Check out our website to get details of the individual sites, which include:

Food Lifeline (Shoreline): Sort and repackage food for distribution.
Camp Korey (Carnation): Various site maintenance activities, such as painting, moving heavy items.
Northshore Wranglers (Bothell): Participating in activities with disabled persons.
Habitat for Humanity (Renton): Building project, sometimes cleaning up properties.
Northshore Junior High Mural Project (Bothell): Creating a mural with Hang-Time students.

women leadership

WHEN: Friday, March 15th
TIME: 12:00pm-1:30pm
WHERE: Mobius Hall

Women student leaders will be recognized for their contributions and their phenomenal leadership on campus. Students will have the opportunity to speak with alumni and professionals on how to succeed after graduation. Keynote speaker will be Jennifer Olsen, UWB Alumni and founder of Resourceful HR. Students can be nominated for the Women in Leadership Recognition award that will be presented at this event. Student RSVP Click here.

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WHEN: Wednesday, March 13th
TIME: 6:00pm-9:00pm
WHERE: Mobius Hall

Girl Rising Film Screening & Discussion

Do you want to know one way to change the world? Girl Rising spotlights the stories of some unforgettable girls that were born into poverty. The documentary portrays their dreams, voices, and their remarkable lives as they fight for their right to an education. This documentary describes how powerful right to an education can be. This documentary shows that by educating one girl at a time, you can change the world. Come and join us at the screening of Girl Rising. The documentary screening will be followed by a discussion lead by faculty from Cascadia Community College. Light refreshments will also be served. Don't miss out an amazing learning opportunity! FREE & Open to the Public.

Educate Girls, Change the World

For more information about the film:

This event is brought to you by: Campus Events Board, Stirring the Fire, Campus Activities Board, and the Diversity Programmers.

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WHEN: Thursday, March 14th
4:00pm - 6:00pm


Women's History Month & Gender Issues:

Have you ever wondered about the beliefs and values of others? What truly defines a person's identity? The opinions of issues other than your own? Come and join the Diversity Programmers at the Dine and Dialogue Series! This session acknowledges Women's History Month and deals with gender issues. At this session, we will be answering questions such as: "How have gender roles impacted your life?" and "Do you think women are underrepresented in any aspects of modern American life?" For this specific dialogue session, our very own UW Bothell faculty, Dr. Kari Lerum and Sam Al-Khoury will be leading the discussion. Remember, that not only will we be providing great dialogue but free dinner as well!

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WHEN: Thursday, March 7
TIME: 4:00pm-8:00pm
WHERE: The Commons

A strategy based board game. 4 rounds will be played until there is one winner. Prizes for top finishers. Food will be provided. Register at

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Stop by the Cashier to pick up movie tickets for yourself or as gifts for friends and family. Tickets cannot be used for premier showings.


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WHERE: Double Tree by Hilton - Sea

Apply now for a full scholarship to attend this year's White Privilege Conference. WPC is a conference that examines privilege and oppression, and offers solutions and team building strategies to work toward a more equitable world. This year's conference will focus on economic justice.



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