A Student’s Guide to UWB: (Part Two) Study Space

As a full-time student, club officer and a part-time on campus employee at UW Bothell, I find myself spending a lot of my time at school. But of course, even if you don’t spend that much time on campus, you most likely find yourself looking for any of the following… Food Study Space Calculators, Phone/Laptop…

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Approaching Organic Chemistry (from someone who hated Organic Chemistry)

Organic chemistry (AKA "o chem") is known to be one of the most challenging classes any chem/bio undergrad and pre-health professional needs to take. One of the main reasons why I immediately hated o chem was because everyone around me and their best friend hated o chem. O chem is known as that subject that…

UWB/CC Library Terminology

Do you know the difference between Open and Closed Reserves? How about the job of a Technology Consultant? Do you know what it means when you have an item that has been "recalled"? If you answered no to any of these, or all of these questions, never fear! A UWB/CC library glossary is here! This…

Study Music

Sometimes studying can feel overwhelming... All around campus you can find great locations to pull out your books and study, such as the third floor in the library, or breakout rooms in both UWB and Cascadia. However, when the mood just isn't right, or you find yourself easily distracted, studying can be easy to ignore.…

Brain Foods and Recipes!

When I was younger, I took culinary arts for two years in high school because my dream career was to become a chef. I then realized that cooking was more of a hobby rather than a life-long career for me. In college, I switched over to study biology and neuroscience. Ever since I joined my…

It’s National Poetry Month!

Poetry, Poetry, Poetry... It's that time of year again. April is National Poetry Month! National Poetry Month is the largest literary celebration in the world. This month was established by The Academy of American Poets to recognize the legacy and achievement of American poets, encourage the reading of poems, assist teachers in teaching poetry in their classrooms,…

My First Puppy

I'm sure most of you are thinking about getting a dog or a puppy. They bring us so much joy and happiness. Getting a puppy is a big responsibility! Why? Because puppies have so much to learn from eating to potty training and everything little thing in between and you’re the one who has to…

Hiking Trails for Beginners

Spring is here, which means we can count on seeing more sunny days here in Washington! Now if you're anything like me, the idea of hiking seems daunting and tiring. Fortunately, I have friends who will literally force me away from my Netflix binges to give me my much needed fix of fresh air. Here…

Recap: Blind Date with a Book 2018

Every Valentine's Day at the Campus Library, our wonderful Student Circulation employees put together a display called "Blind Date With a Book." Each book is wrapped up so that patrons cannot see the title; this way, everyone must choose a book based only on the blurb written on the front.   The display was a…

A Student’s Guide to UWB: (Part One) Food

As a full-time student, club officer and a part-time on campus employee at UW Bothell, I find myself spending a lot of my time at school. But of course, even if you don't spend that much time on campus, you most likely find yourself looking for any of the following... Food Study Space Calculators, Phone/Laptop…