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Socialist Alternative promotes protests in public meeting

Sixty people filtered into a classroom on the UW campus Wednesday night. Noise levels were at a murmur while provocative issues floated around like particles in the air, unavoidable.

The group was gathered for a public meeting, sponsored by the Socialist Alternative, centered around the potential use for protests as a tool against racism and poverty. Members of the Socialist Alternative believe both the United States government and the nation's capitalist system are systematic oppressors, focusing its aim on racism and those in the working class.

Three at-large after U-District home invasion

The Seattle Police Department (SPD) is investigating a home invasion robbery Wednesday afternoon in the U-District.

According to the SPD, three men entered a home in the 5200 block of 15th Avenue Northeast, pointed a shotgun at the resident, and stole $600 and a laptop.


Sports

Video: Lake, Kwiatkowski after practice Dec. 20

Defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski and defensive backs coach Jimmy Lake met with the media Saturday to talk about final preparations for the Cactus Bowl, their Oklahoma State scouting reports, and the progression of wide receiver turned cornerback John Ross.

Huskies face biggest test of nonconference season in Las Vegas

Stoically, with his hands folded in his lap underneath the white table in the Hec Edmundson Pavilion media room, Washington men’s basketball head coach Lorenzo Romar nodded slowly.

Video: Coleman, Pease, Bhonapha, Perkins after practice Dec. 19

With only two more days left of practice before they split up for winter break, Washington football players and coaches met with the media to talk about the upcoming break and the week of practice that was. Players will return home on Sunday afternoon after practice for one week and then the Huskies will go immediately to Arizona where preparations for the Cactus Bowl will continue. The Huskies take on Oklahoma State on Jan. 2 in Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz.


Opinion

Room for debate: Ferguson — Indignation of life

When police officer Darren Wilson shot at Michael Brown 12 times, he tore open the flaws in our values as a society. He exposed the vast differences in American perspectives on the importance of human life. Reactions to Brown’s killing reveal many Americans see black life as a lower priority than white life, the law enforcement profession, or private property.

Room for debate: Ferguson — Collateral injustice

On Nov. 24, a St. Louis County grand jury in Ferguson, Mo., declared it would not indict police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown. The announcement set off a wave of protests in Ferguson, many of them violent, underlining the tensions between the town’s mainly white police force and primarily black residents.

Room for debate: Ferguson — A larger issue than color

One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Six.

A young man falls to the ground, a pool of scarlet slowly growing. Witnesses gather, and whispers begin to permeate through the crowd.

“He had his hands up,” can be heard in one of the many eyewitness videos circulating in the media. 


Arts & Leisure

The element of surprise

The power of musical anti-hype

Hops, sip, and a chug: ‘Yulefest Christmas Ale,’ Big Time Brewery

Name: Yulefest

Tasted: On draft at Big Time Brewery, 4133 University Way NE (cask-conditioned)

Style: Winter ale

ABV: 6.5%

Bitterness: N/A

Close encounters of the third dimension

A cold, blue light emanates from the enormous incubator tank. It leaks, sterile and eerie, through the thick glass, dimly illuminating the dark laboratory outside. A soldier sits next to the tank, motionless, shrouded in darkness. From his wheelchair he gazes upward, eyes transfixed by the sinewy form within. 


Features

Hippy Raver: where PLUR lives on

A new store promotes the rave community’s peace, love, unity, and respect

English immersion

Students from Japan visit the UW through a yearlong international studies program

Carbon battle

Non-partisan grassroots group Carbon Washington (Carbon WA) aims to bring progressive environmental legislation to the 2016 state ballot — and it’s in the midst of making strides on the UW campus.


Science

Pinktober all year round

Mount Adams is more than 12,000 feet high and requires a three-day journey to the summit. Rocks and boulders can easily shift and fall onto unsuspecting climbers. Earlier this year, nine female cancer survivors made the ascent toward a healthier lifestyle. 

Campus Pulse

Human connection beneficial to happy, healthy life, according to UW research

Hacked: The race to guard your car

At a time when cars are becoming increasingly computerized, autonomous, and connected, remote hacking is now a reality, as UW researchers have shown. 

In an attempt to attack this challenge, the automotive and software industries are starting to combine their expertise to secure the future.


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