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Day one election results not in favor of Proposition 1

King County unveiled the first set of results Tuesday for this year’s April special election. The election’s sole ballot measure, Proposition 1, received 44.72 percent of yes votes from King County residents while 55.28 percent voted no.

ASUW candidates discuss campus connectivity at first elections forum

In the first ASUW Elections forum of the year, members from the five residential communities on campus had a chance to ask candidates questions about how they plan to connect with groups outside of the ASUW.

Three UW apparel makers to have licenses suspended

Three UW apparel licensees will no longer be allowed to produce UW-branded merchandise after failing to sign The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh.

'Cambodian Son' film chronicles poet's story

The Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC) Theatre screened “Cambodian Son” and held a question-and-answer session with the director, Masahiro Sugano, on April 22.

Law School panel discusses reproductive health issues

A panel sponsored by the UW Law School met Monday as part of their spring quarter lecture series to discuss women’s reproductive health.

UW Latin classes expand to local high schools

The UW Department of Classics recently expanded beyond the UW campus and into various high schools in Washington, making the UW the first college in the state to offer Latin university courses to high school students.

RSO Rundown

This column keeps tabs on the activities of the UW’s Registered Student Organizations (RSO). The following events are courtesy of RSOs on campus.

Protesters rally against the UW’s research practices on infant monkeys

As part of World Week for Animals in Laboratories, a group of protesters gathered outside of the UW Medical Center on Friday to spread a message that infant monkeys at the UW Infant Primate Research Laboratory (IPRL) are enduring what they say are cruel and painful experiments.

Indonesian group hosts movie screening

Students and community members gathered at Kane Hall on Sunday night to watch a screening of “Soekarno: Indonesia Merdeka,” a feature-length movie chronicling the struggle for Indonesia’s independence through the eyes of Indonesia’s first president.

ASUW Agenda

The ASUW Student Senate discussed two resolutions at their meeting this week.