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Charles Warner: Deci-Lingual Extraordinaire

Today, the English language is spreading all over the globe and becoming a Lingua-Franca in unexpected places, but don't tell Charles Warner. This UW student speaks ten languages fluently!

Mad Campus

The Double Shot takes a closer look at Mad Campus, the temporary outdoor art exhibit displayed on the University of Washington campus until October 25th, 2014. For more info head to www.madartseattle.com Directed and Edited by Alexander Bosco. Produced by Marina Taylor

Intrigue in Sierra Leone

Having recently been yanked out of Sierra Leone in the face of their worsening ebola crisis, Cooper Inveen describes some of the experiences he undertook in the country as a journalism intern. As well as his dismay at having been forced to leave the country.

What's Going On ON The Ave

Reporter Trennesia Jackson, went down to the Ave yesterday (September 25th) to see what all the commotion and protesting was about. "For More Info on how the Homeless Movement on The Ave began and what we as members of The UW community can do, look out for the article in The Daily, Tuesday, September 30th. Produced and Edited By: Trennesia Jackson Footage Shot By: Simon Fox ***Homeless Movement- Refering to the protests and push for change in The University District (In Seattle Washington) as far as the homeless, and issues they're facing that affect us are concerned

Film Focus: Godzilla

This week, John reviews Gareth Edwards' Godzilla reboot. Bryan Cranston jokes abound.

Rainy Dawg Radio

We take a trip to the Rainy Dawg studio to meet with DJ's and producers, to find out a little more about the amazing, but somewhat under-appreciated UW institution.

University District Street Fair

Community members celebrate 45th annual University District Street Fair. Produced by Megan Herndon

The Challenge of Engaging Student Voters

The number of votes cast this year in ASUW elections was the lowest in years. The Daily's Double Shot investigates the causes and effects of low voter turnout. Produced by Simon Fox

Tennis Science Pt. 3: The Slice

Wendell Watanabe shows us the slice