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fee hikes marching with pride
By ivan vuKovic
Amid school-wide tuition hikes, one of
the programs hit the hardest is the Family
nurse Practitioner (FnP) program in the UW
School of nursing (Son). In June, the Son
told its students there would be a 48 percent
increase in program fees for incoming stu-
dents, raising quarterly tuition from $4,600 to
$6,800 per quarter.
“It’s well above what I thought I was going
to be paying,” said Adam Davis, a graduate
student in the FnP program. “I’m hopeful
that this isn’t going to stay the same because
I think that they’re kind of putting the FnP
program at a huge disadvantage in terms
of the future when it comes to trying to get
strong applicants to apply for the program.”
While the FnP program is self-sustaining
— it pays for itself through student fees and
receives no state funding — the Son, which
the practitioner program is a part of, is facing
According to the UW’s Web site, the
three-year FnP program is a specialty within
the Doctor of nursing Practice program that
aims to train students to diagnose and treat
Huskies participate in ber Ivan Henson designed the T-shirt logo for
this year’s event.
fund a float,” said graduate student Ed Chang.
The group had received $1,000 in funding
“What the Pride parade does is show the from the UW’s Leadership, Community and
diseases and prescribe medication to patients
of all ages.
Seattle Pride queer community and the non-queer commu- Values Initiative to use during the entire 2008-
nity that we provide a support network for our 2009 school year, but it struggled to cover the
not all students in the program see the students,” said UW alumnus Stein Haakenstad, costs of the parade. To offset the expense of the
benefits of a career as a FnP as being under- By LeXie KreLL who walked with the group. “It was to show the event, members of the group purchased their
mined by the increase in program fees. the daiLy unified front of the Huskies and the UW to the own T-shirts.
“As a nurse practitioner, I will be making student body.” “We knew going into the academic year
a lot of money when I graduate,” said Emily The streets of downtown Seattle were filled The group didn’t have a float this year, that $1,000 was going to be difficult to spread
Donaldson, a graduate student in the FnP Sunday with crowds celebrating the 35th instead sporting purple T-shirts and marching throughout the year,” Fesalbon said. “You basi-
program. “So I don’t actually have a fear of anniversary of Seattle Pride. Marching in the behind a banner, but they hope to expand in cally had to be creative as to how you’re going
being able to repay my loans.” festivities — some for the first time — were the coming years. to make the money last.”
one of the stipulations of the program members of the UW community. “We definitely plan to grow UW’s presence Budget cuts have created uncertainty about
increase is that the 48-percent increase only The parade began at Union Street and 4th at the parade, since this was our first year as funding for the coming year, and the group’s
applies to incoming students. Continuing Avenue at 11 a.m. and ended near Seattle a funded [group],” said organizer James Fesal- allocation for the 2009-2010 school year has
Center as part of the monthlong Seattle Pride bon. yet to be determined. But since Sheila Edwards
celebration that aims to create unity and honor QFSUW also hopes to partner with other Lange, vice president of minority affairs and
diversity with LGBTQ pride events. groups for the coming parades. vice provost of diversity, marched with the
The Q Faculty and Staff of the UW “I think the future plan would be to actually group, some members aren’t concerned.
“ I think that they’re
kind of putting the
(QFSUW) group marched in Seattle’s parade
for the first time this year, and UW staff mem-
encourage not just the queer faculty, staff and
students, but also allied groups to join and help
“If the [vice president of minority affairs]
is willing to step out here, I think it shows that
the UW values diversity,” Fesalbon said.
The UW chapter of Delta Lambda Phi, a
FNP program at a national social fraternity for gay, bisexual and
progressive men, marched in the parade and
huge disadvantage hosted a booth at Seattle PrideFest, the cel-
in terms of the
SEE pride on PAGE 8
AdAm dAVIs (Top) Q Faculty and Staff of the UW (QFSUW)
Graduate student in FNP program march during their inaugural Seattle Pride parade
students already enrolled in the program will (Bottom) A participant with Dykes on Bikes
be paying $5,307, or 14 percent more in fees. drives through the street at the Seattle Pride
“The actual cost varies by type of student parade June 28.
because we are committed to easing the tran-
sition for our continuing students,” said Marla
Salmon, dean of the Son.
need-based students, who are exempt
from paying the “tuition” part of the program
fees, are also receiving a break with their
decreased costs now covering a larger range
of credits. Check out Husky News Now at
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Square The Daily
Square This week’s word was once quite scandalous,
licentious and even promiscuous. Indeed, it’s not
normally a word I’d consider delving into, but in
the interest of a summer etymological survey,
“bikini” is worthy of our (modest) attention.
The bikini is, of course, a two-piece swimsuit
Tehran for women, and variations of the basic idea have
been around since the days of the Greeks and
Romans (yes, they liked to go the beach, too).
Fourth-century mosaics at the Villa Romana
del Casale in Sicily depict Roman women wear-
ing rather bikini-like tops and bottoms. But
Afghanistan for much of the first part of the 20th century,
UW Iranian-Americans women’s swimwear was not nearly as revealing,
and “somewhat frumpy” would be a polite way
Iraq of describing old-timey bathing suits. Privacy
respond to recent and exceptional modesty were the bywords of
Iran beach-goers everywhere.
political turmoil in Iran After the first World War, that began to
change, as Hollywood led the way by — gasp! —
Kuwait showing a bit of bare midriff on actresses such
BY MICHAEL TRUONG as Ava Gardner and Rita Hayworth. A “bit” was
THE DAILY still a bit, however, and the all-important navel
Sorayya* submitted her absentee ballot to was still tastefully covered up.
vote in the Iranian presidential election at 3 p.m. Persian Gulf 0 200 km But in July 1946, a bomb got dropped: an
June 12. 0 150 ml atomic bomb, to be more precise, in the Mar-
Two hours after the UW senior cast her ballot, Saudi Arabia shall Islands in the Western Pacific Ocean. The
her family received a call from Iran. U.S. Navy’s “Operation Crossroads” detonated
“My grandparents called and said [the Iranian Pak. two 23-kiloton nuclear devices on the Bikini
Qatar Atoll in an attempt to see how such weapons
government] announced the president,” Sorayya
would affect both men and machines.
said. “We voted just two hours before we were told
Gulf of Oman On the other side of the world, two French
about the announcement, so we were very surprised U.A.E. Oman designers were separately planning a style explo-
about the results.” sion of their own. Inspired by the high drama
News coverage of the current political turmoil WHITNEY LITTLE / THE DAILY and excitement of the early atomic age, Jacques
in Iran resonates deep emotional feelings for several Azadi and Enghelab squares were common sites of protest in the weeks following the Iranian Heim (1899-1967) was the first, advertising his
UW students of Iranian descent, many of whom presidential election. “Atome” in early summer 1946 as the “world’s
have relatives living in the country. smallest bathing suit.” Louis Réard (1897-
The protests in Iran gained momentum after the 1984), an automotive engineer-turned-fashion
state-run Islamic Republic News Agency declared dents who occasionally travel to visit relatives in the signs carried by protesters were written in Farsi, designer, countered with a far smaller suit. Con-
incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad the victor the country, such as Sorayya, also felt the fear of many signs targeted Western audiences with Eng- structed of just 30 square inches of fabric, Réard
of the presidential election with 63 percent of the government reprisal. lish writing. could not, in fact, get any self-respecting girl
votes. Supporters of the Reformist candidate Mir- “It’s not that people of Iran are so behind “Iranians want their voices to be heard,” Sorayya to model it, turning to ah, well, a dancer at the
Hossein Mousavi flooded the streets of Tehran, Mousavi; it’s the idea of freedom that Mousavi said. “It’s not that they want Mousavi or Ahmadine- Casino de Paris named Micheline Bernardini
primarily in Azadi and Enghelab squares, wearing represented,” said junior Cyrus Kazemi, who jad, it’s the principle of their voices not being heard. for help with putting it on display.
green, the color of Mousavi’s campaign. has relatives in Iran. “They feel like the govern- A lot of people felt it was more like a selection than Réard timed his brainchild’s debut on July
Many of the protesters in Iran also covered ment was taking away the freedom they got so an election.” 5 at the Piscine Molitor, a Parisian public pool,
their faces with scarves and masks, fearing reprisal close to achieving.” The president of Iran is the nation’s highest perfectly, naming it “le bikini” after the site of the
by a paramilitary volunteer force called the Basij A popular message on protest signs asked in American Navy’s nuclear test that had occurred
if they are identified in media coverage. UW stu- English: “Where is my vote?” Although most of SEE iran ON PAGE 11 just four days earlier that same week. He claimed
that it was, in fact, smaller than the world’s
smallest swimsuit, but as explosive as an atomic
bomb. The resulting (back) splash was indeed
Timeline the fashion equivalent of an atomic explosion,
but Southern Europe embraced the scanty suit
within a decade or so. American shores repelled
JunE 12, 2009 JunE 15 JunE 20 JunE 29 the bikini’s global advance until the 1960s, and
Polls open in Hundreds of Amateur video Guardian the advent of the counterculture, in this case,
symbolized by Brian Hyland’s 1960 hit, “Itsy
Iran. President thousands of 26-year-old Council certifies
JunE 13 JunE 19 JunE 23 Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka-Dot Bikini”
Mahmoud march silently Neda Agha- election results, (and by all those silly Frankie Avalon beach-
Ahmadinejad Protesters take through central Khamenei Soltan bleeding Iran’s Guardian and furious party movies and, of course, The Beach Boys).
is declared the to the streets in Tehran as the delivers to death after Council rejects protests erupt All that to say, the first appearance in English
winner by a Tehran. Police supreme leader a sermon being shot in the opposition’s once more. of the word comes to us, as noted by the Oxford
landslide. officers react Ayatollah Ali upholding the chest in demand that English Dictionary, in the June 14, 1948 issue
with batons the election’s Tehran surfaces the election of Newsweek, with the line: “This … French
and tear gas, validity and be annulled. A beauty… shows the 1948 countertrend against
for a formal on the Internet. the skimpy ‘bikini’ style … which swept French
and witnesses review of warning of Riots continue, special court
beaches and beauty contests last year.” The July
report at least election results. violence and violent is set up for 2, 1957 London Times offers this definition of a
one person shot if protests clashes lead to demonstrators, bikini: “‘A small pair of pants and a brassière.’”
dead. continue. 13 dead. detaining In the interest of taste, I won’t delve too much
journalists and into bikini bottoms for men (think Europe and
activists, and bodybuilders and stop right there); there’s also
leaving Tehran’s the sling “mankini,” but I’ll leave that one to
your imagination too.
streets quiet. I wouldn’t wear one myself, but I do hope you
found this Spartan garment’s history enlighten-
ing. If you have any word ideas, questions or
comments, please send me a note at features@
dailyuw.com, and until next time, cheers!
June 10 June 15 June 20 June 25 June 30
Reach Opinion Editor Will Mari at features@
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Poaching jobs will Editorial Cartoon / Conrad Zeutenhorst
not lead to recovery
winner was Chicago, which offered
the largest package, consisting of $41
by mike noon million in incentives.
The Daily This type of employment poach-
ing shifts rather than creates jobs.
Moving an employee from Tacoma
to Seattle will not reduce the region’s
As Washington state’s unemploy- unemployment but will further
ment rate approaches double digits, impoverish both cities. While the
legislators are trying to curb the loss losing city ends up with fewer jobs,
of jobs through a variety of pro- the “winning” city will have only
grams. Unfortunately, city officials achieved a pyrrhic victory. Whether
are poaching jobs from other cities through tax exemptions or public
to boost low employment rolls. Not expenditures, the winner will become
only is this method of “job creation” poorer at a time when revenues are
counter-productive, it is also a waste already low due to the recession.
of public funds. The millions of dollars spent on
The latest example is the Tacoma- stealing or saving jobs from other
based financial firm, Russell Invest- cities is money not used to produce
ments. The company is looking for more locally sustainable jobs. Dur-
a place to construct its new head- ing the 1960s, Seattle’s Pike Place
quarters and has mentioned Seattle Market was scheduled to be demol-
as a possible location. In response, ished as part of an urban renewal
Tacoma has put together a package plan to replace the market with a
worth $148 million that includes tax garage, hotel and park. Residents
breaks, a new parking garage and came together to save and revitalize
streetscape improvements to com- the downtown icon. As a result, Pike
pete with Seattle’s tax break offer. Place Market has not only provided
The millions of dollars spent on stealing
or saving jobs from other cities is
money not used to produce more locally
But even if the bid is successful,
it would only save 900 jobs, which
is a fraction of the roughly 15,000
Tacoma has lost since December.
numerous jobs for more than three
decades, but has become a vital tour-
ist destination for the city.
Developing institutions such
Turn off the waterworks
While stopping local employment
loss is important, cities regularly go
as Pike Place Market also have an
added benefit of making the city a Shed a tear, and get on with your life
overboard when competing for busi- desirable place to live. Places that
nesses. A good example is the 2003 attract people for cultural reasons feat all too noticeable on my 4-foot- seize a false independence.
battle over the production of Boeing’s can help provide a strong workforce 11-inch frame. In retrospect, my “I’m done with guys,” a friend
787 Dreamliner. The state passed for potential employers. by rachel inner Gloria Steinem is clucking told me recently, following a
$3.2 billion in incentives to have the Money spent on Pike Place Market solomon with disapproval. breakup. “I hate men.”
plane built in Western Washington. produced the type of sustainable jobs The Daily I’ve since reconciled my past fool- Sure, those safe, familiar words
Creating jobs via this method is that will fuel Washington’s economic ishness. But it troubled me — and have oft crossed my lips. My friend
a negative-sum game. Any company recovery. The city and the state should still does — that one person could was definitely not alone in feeling
that can so easily relocate will likely focus their efforts on redeveloping wield so much power over another. spiteful.
do so regularly if not given incen- infrastructure and supporting local This past year, I witnessed four Now, perhaps this collapse into But it’s only a matter of time
tives. This leads to absurd bidding entrepreneurs rather than getting in of my close friends nurse broken despair is all just proper protocol, before the next guy bats a flirtatious
contests among cities as each tries a bidding contest with other regions. hearts. as perpetuated by the media. After eye, we return a coy smile and the
to upstage their rivals with a more With a little effort and planning, we They followed the typical post- all, it’s quite rare to see a man weep cycle of heartache resumes.
ridiculous combination of tax breaks, can create the type of sustainable and breakup ritual, lamenting the loss of to his pals or treat himself to retail Let’s face the biological facts: In
subsidies and public expenditures local jobs that expand, rather than lovers with a pint of mint-chocolate therapy. But the very moment college, when we’re at the height of
for private benefit. This happened in shift, employment. chip ice cream, bawling over Love women get dumped, they’re por- our sexual prowess, no one should
2001 when Chicago, Dallas and Den- Actually for the third or fourth trayed as weak, unable to sustain a be renouncing the opposite sex —
ver competed to be the new location Reach columnist Mike Noon at straight time and swearing off men normal existence sans a Mr. Right or same sex, if it so suits you.
of Boeing’s global headquarters. The email@example.com. altogether. by their side. I don’t mean to compromise
As I made myself useful as a This portrayal is what irks me anyone’s grief. Whether a relation-
one-woman tissue dispenser, I was the most. There’s something seri- ship lasts three years or three days,
left wondering why society man- ously wrong when women are made breakups just hurt. But I think it’s
dates the female species’ complete to feel that “singledom” is a punish- high time we stop feeling sorry for
psychological breakdown following ment reserved for sinners in the ourselves.
the latest deployment of “it’s not 10th circle of hell. Shed a tear, bake a cake, buy a
Of THe UNIveRSITY Of WASHINGTON you, it’s me.” Possessing a significant other cute new dress, do what you need to
The Student voice Since 1891 I’ll be honest; I’m certainly guilty does not somehow validate your do. But ladies, please don’t overdo
of this comfortable post-relationship existence; you’re perfectly capable it. You’ve got to know when to turn
trap. After two particularly crushing of being whole alone. off the waterworks.
Casey Smith Vicky Yan
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BY JULIAN ESTRADA Edward Scissorhands is one movie in a lineup that “We’ll probably go to another one if the evening is
THE DAILY is chosen by the cinema staff before the start of each right,” said moviegoer Kelly Malone on his first visit
summer. to the cinema.
Zombie walkathons, haircutting showdowns, “We start out with a list of about 30 movies that we After a long year of economic strain, watching
karaoke contests and gourmet popcorn all converged have played over the years, never played, and movies an outdoor movie and participating in the eccentric (Clockwise from top left) The Fremont Outdoor
at the Fremont Outdoor Cinema last weekend. that we think would be a good [match] for the sum- festivities of the Fremont Outdoor Cinema is an inex- Cinema provides a photo booth for fans to have their
The theater, which began its 17th season this mer,” Reiter said. “It sounds easy, but it usually takes pensive way to let loose and start the summer. pictures taken while dressed according to different
year, shows weekly movies during the summer for a us about three months to make our final decisions.” movies' themes.
suggested donation of $5. The program also provides The Fremont Outdoor Cinema started in 1992 as Reach reporter Julian Estrada at firstname.lastname@example.org.
visitors with zany preshow activities that relate to the a means of bringing people together while supporting Shaun of the Dead will show at the cinema on July 3.
featured film. local businesses. The cinema has a family-oriented
“It’s easy: Grab a few lawn chairs, a blanket, a pic- atmosphere that employs interactive aspects such as With low-backed folding chairs, people assemble for a
nic basket; then grab a date or a group of friends,” said movie trivia, costume contests, karaoke and photo projected movie at the Fremont Outdoor Cinema.
Ryan Reiter, the artistic director of the program. booths.
The festivities before last week’s showing of While this cinema is an outdoor venue, it has had
Edward Scissorhands included a hairstylist competi- difficulties accommodating all of its visitors in the
for more information,
tion hosted by Rudy’s Barbershop. past. Jon Hegeman, co-founder of the cinema, said
“There’s a lot of preshow fun, comedians, jugglers that some moviegoers spilled into the streets and onto visit fremontoutdoormovies.com.
and magicians,” said vendor Dana Adams. rooftops for last summer’s showing of Ghostbusters.
Saturday’s festivities began with about 250 people For the rest of the summer, the cinema will show Bus routes that service north 36th Street and Phinney ave north:
arriving for the preshow fun. As the sun disappeared, an array of cult classics and established blockbusters
the former gas station evolved into a make-shift such as Some Like It Hot and Die Hard. Additionally, 28, 46
theater. The parking lot was a montage of laughing 3,800 zombies will attempt to break a Guinness World Plan your trip at tripplanner.metrokc.gov.
children, pets and young couples by the time the film Record by walking the streets of Fremont before the
began on the 40-foot jumbotron. screening of Shaun of the Dead on July 3.
Public EnEmiEs a crime history set in the streets and out-
The end of a gangster era comes to the screen
He uses colors and movement, part of his the film is its phenomenal acting. Depp
skirts of 1930s Chicago, tracing the fall of ultra-stylized technique, that add to the and Bale have an outstanding chemistry
the last great gangsters and the rise of J. story’s impact, not just its presentation. that continues even when they aren’t
BY RoBERT fRANKEL Edgar Hoover’s FBI. Unlike many similar films, Mann’s work on screen together, and Marion Cotil-
THE DAILY Although the film lacks the wicked is not only visually invigorating, but also lard displays great skill at portraying
tension of Mann’s previous efforts, it is emotionally effective. When his new film Dillinger’s lover.
Michael Mann has been at the fore- still engaging. Prepare for a thorough and presents Dillinger’s famous assassination, Enthusiasts will revel at the perfect
front of crime cinema since his 1995 engrossing look into both the workings of the scene’s orchestration is both poetic embodiment of gangsters Baby Face Nel-
masterpiece Heat. He is one of the few gangsters and the early operations of the and balletic. son (Stephen Graham) and Pretty Boy
filmmakers who manages to make dark, fledgling FBI. Based on his previous work, Mann remains true to his gritty style Floyd (Channing Tatum) and FBI Direc-
deathly intelligent thrillers with a strong Mann is no stranger to crime narratives. even in the context of the 1930s. Some- tor J. Edgar Hoover (Billy Crudup), not
sense of style and spirit. He is interested in the political, technical, times the camera is too shaky, and at other to mention the strong accompaniment of
With Public Enemies, Mann returns to social and even organizational processes times it is difficult to tell exactly what is the musical score or the convincing 1930s
tell the story of the legendary battle between that drive both the cops and the robbers. happening. The violence, when present, is production design.
the law and Depression-era gangsters, No stone is left unturned, making the end intense and overwhelming. Gunfights are Overall, Public Enemies is an excep-
specifically that of the hunt for the United product a rich and layered experience chaotic and brutal, as they would seem to tional film. It is both exciting and powerful,
States’ very first public enemy number one: instead of a simple run-and-gun picture. be in reality. It is interesting to view this and although it is not Michael Mann’s best
John Dillinger (Johnny Depp), the notori- In addition to its intellectual strengths, modernist style chronicling what is effec- film, it certainly is one of his finer ones.
ous bank robber and folk hero. Public Enemies also boasts incredible visu- tively a period piece, but it works quite well
Hot on Dillinger’s trail is agent Melvin als. Mann’s flair for the image on screen is for the most part. Reach reporter Robert Frankel at arts@
Purvis (Christian Bale). What follows is a talent rivaled by few modern directors. One of the most important aspects of dailyuw.com.
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Fremont lounge provides pool, music
BY MATT JACKSoN The real draw, however, is the pizza. The
THE DAILY signature pizzas come by the slice or as whole,
28-inch, hand-tossed pizzas. In addition to all
Of Fremont’s repurposed warehouses, the the classic pizza choices, the Ballroom also
Ballroom is the classy place to go for seekers of features some exciting gourmet toppings. The
drinks and East Coast-style pizza. Oglio D’Ovio mixes goat cheese, arugula and
The Ballroom is open from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. garlic while the Rocket features buffalo chicken
every night. With a hip young crowd, it sees and bleu cheese.
its busiest nights during the weekend, though These pizzas are huge and delicious, and
there are reasons to go any day of the week. with the beer, provide the perfect way to begin
Pool is half-priced Sunday through Tuesday — or end — an evening of pool.
at any of the six regulation-sized tables, and A dozen beers on tap, along with a full selec-
PBR beer is $2 all night. Pool is free for par- tion of wines and liquors, provide choices for
ticipants in the Ballroom’s “Trivia with a Twist” everyone. Happy hour is from 4 to 7 p.m. every
that is held on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. Winners day, with a second food-only happy hour from
take home cash, while losers get various other 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sundays and Mondays.
prizes. Entry is $5 per group, with an eight per- The earlier happy hour features wines,
son limit per team. beers, PBR and wells. Pizza by the slice is either
Thursday through Saturday are great nights customized for $3, with additional toppings for
for dancing in the room adjoining the pool hall. 50 cents each, or $4 for a signature slice. The PHOTOS By THOM WEINSTEIN / THE DAIly
The music is always great, although loud on the fried mozzarella, garlic bread, Italian house
weekends. Be prepared for a $10 cover charge salad and Caesar salad are each $3 as well. (Top) The Ballroom in Fremont offers a relaxing environment with spacious
as well. Although the Ballroom has come under seating, live music and several pool tables.
The bars themselves — one with outside scrutiny for drawing a “sketchy” crowd and has (Bottom) The Ballroom has nicely lit outdoor seating with heaters and a large fire
access — are stylish and made of dark wood, a history of purse and jacket theft, for bar-goers place to sit around on cool nights.
fitting with the dark, chic atmosphere of the with common sense, the Ballroom is a great
COURTESy Ballroom. Six wide-screen televisions, a fire pit hangout. For a higher-intensity night out, try
PHOTOS / and a vintage photo booth add to the charm. the weekends, or enjoy the more casual week- BuS routeS that Service StoPS
FREMONT The food ranges from typical comfort, bar night outing where the bar can be a comfortable near the Ballroom:
OUTDOOR food to more exotic options. Appetizers of cala- spot for drinks and dinner.
CINEMA mari, Caesar salad, fried mozzarella, meatballs
and garlic bread are all made in-house and cost
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The Wednesday, July 1 Thursday, July 2 Friday, July 3
entertainer 7 p.m. — Treeless
First thursday Noon to 10 p.m. —
Admission to the Seattle Art Museum (10
Northwest Film Forum — This semi-
a.m. to 9 p.m.), Experience Music Project/
Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame (5
autobiographical film, which runs until July to 8 p.m.) and the Seattle Asian Art Museum
2, follows two young girls in Korea who Mural Amphitheatre, Seattle Center — This
(10 a.m. to 9 p.m.) is free on the first Thursday event offers 150 beers from more than 15
rely on each other after being repeatedly of every month. There is also a monthly art
disappointed by adults. Tickets are $6 to $9. countries as well as live music. Entry is $20
walk in Pioneer Square (noon to 8 p.m.). and comes with a glass and 10 beer tickets.
nwfilmforum.org firstthursdayseattle.com Drinks cost from 1 to 4 tickets, and of-age
non-drinkers can attend for $5. Attendees
must be 21 or older, and the event runs
Saturday, July 4 Sunday, July 5 Monday, July 6 Tuesday, July 7
Noon — chase Family 4th Noon — Waterlines 7 p.m. — summer sings 7:10 p.m. — seattle
GasWorks Park — This celebration goes Volunteer Park — This performance by Benaroya Hall — Dennis Coleman, artistic mariners vs. Baltimore
from July 3 to July 5 and includes activities, Stokley Towles occurs at various times director of the Seattle Men’s Chorus, will lead
food vendors and music from Sound Wave, until July 19 and explores the sources, an open reading session to Fauré’s Requiem
the official band of the Seattle Sounders conservation and perceptions of water. The for interested singers. Tickets are $10 at the
See the second game in the series between
Football Club. A fireworks display will begin artist worked with Seattle city employees to door (pay with cash or check).
Seattle and Baltimore at Safeco Field on
about 10 p.m. get information for the piece and explored seattlesymphony.org/benaroya
military discount night. Tickets start at $7.
chasefamily4th.org Mesopotamia, where Hammurabi’s rules for
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» campus crime blotter «
Science and Systems
stolen wallets and Conference comes to UW
illegal showering By doris wu
sensor networks for exploring aquatic
environments, wrote in an e-mail.
“The UW is a major center of robotics
essary to explore complicated issues,
such as the problems of getting a
robot to follow a diver underwater.
ual was given a written warning for For the past four years, experts research, so it was chosen this year.” “We used a technique that allows
trespassing and left the area. from all over the world have flocked Previous conferences have con- the robot to detect biological motion
By LeXie Police arrived at Suzzallo Li- together to exchange and share ideas vened in various locations around the in the water to recognize specific
KreLL brary after a suspect wearing bloody on a broad range of concepts within world. Last year, the conference was creatures, such as a diver, and follow
the daiLy clothing entered the building and the field of robotics. This year, the held at ETHZ, a technical institute them,” said Gregory Dudek, a profes-
reportedly took a phone out of a UW had the honor of hosting the in Zurich, Switzerland. The UW was sor at McGill University in Quebec,
bystander’s hand to prevent the in- robotics: Science and Systems (rSS) picked for this year’s conference. Canada. “We use a custom, gesture-
From fraud to graffiti, this week- conference where researchers pre- “The UW has a very strong pres- based language akin to sign language,
dividual from calling 911. The vic-
ly crime blotter aims to inform read- sented their work on a number of ence in robotics and has a unique but better suited to underwater
tim declined to press charges. The
ers about offenses on and surround- topics including autonomous robots robotics faculty,” said Sebastian robotics.”
suspect was trespassed from all UW
ing campus. While in-depth articles and sea exploration. Thrun, founder of rSS. “It’s been very “In science, you’re trying to solve
libraries and admitted to gang activ-
may be written about specific inci- “The rSS conference is held annu- eager to host the conference here, difficult problems,” he said. “So get-
dents, this column provides a brief ally at a different site each year,” Gau- [and] it was a perfect fit for us.” ting together periodically in this
A suspect stole the wallet of an
overview of recent crimes that im- rav Sukhatme, a computer science Thrun said that in a field as exchange and learning about the
individual studying near the infor-
pact the UW community. professor at the University of Southern complex as robotics, these
mation desk in odegaard Library.
Monday, June 22 The victim left her belongings unat- California who is researching robotic annual gatherings are nec- SEE rOBOTiCS on PAGE 12
officers responded to a com- tended to use the restroom and re-
plaint of spray-painted graffiti on turned to find her wallet missing at
a retaining wall by the UW Botany an estimated loss of $190.
Greenhouse. The estimated damage
of the vandalism is $590. Further tuesday, June 23
graffiti found on the wall of a park- Authorities approached two
ing garage at UW Tower is estimated people sitting next to a vent in the
to cost $250 to remove. central parking garage. The individ-
Authorities responded to a man uals said they were homeless, and
showering in a kitchen in the Hec
Edmundson Pavilion. The individ- SEE Crime on PAGE 12
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have been able to preserve faculty
and staff employment and continue
to offer our programs in the face of
unprecedented cuts,” Salmon said.
“For the tuition-exempt students, “Having our faculty, staff and pro-
the university has increased the grams continue this year allows us
number of credits it will now cover to prepare for the future in ways that
in summer and fall quarters — from would have not been possible had we
six credits to 18 credits,” said Lia not made the decisions we’ve made.”
Unrau, director of communications Davis agrees the program has a
for the Son. “This holds the fees lot to offer society, but feels the new
the tuition-exempt students pay to program hikes will turn prospective
just the program fees — about $402. students away.
Students will be responsible for any “I think the program is some-
costs beyond 18 credits.” thing that could be very significant
The Son chose to raise tuition to the state of Washington,” Davis
rather than cut programs or faculty said. “I think the state and school
and staff in an effort to have more would like to be as supportive as
time to continue to find ways to have possible, but the curriculum is actu-
KYLE SCHoLZEn/ THE DAILY
all of the school’s various programs ally extremely expensive.”
bring in more revenue. Ravi Balasubramanian, a researcher for Intel, shows off Marvin, the robot, during the Robotics: Science and Systems
“These decisions have been very Reach reporter Ivan Vukovic at conference June 30. Marvin senses objects using an electric field sensor and can hold various objects such as oranges, cans
difficult. We are deeply grateful to firstname.lastname@example.org. and staplers.
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ebration at Seattle Center following
“It’s a great way to build con-
nections with other groups in the
community,” said Delta Lambda Phi
President rob Squizzera. This marks
roughly the fifth year the fraternity
has marched in the parade and the
first year they have had a booth at
“ It’s a great way to
with other groups
in the community. ”
Delta Lambda Phi president
This year’s parade celebrated a
theme of peace, love and equality,
encouraging participants to express
and honor diversity.
“In a group of people that is often
oppressed,” said Fesalbon, “having
these events for this monthlong cel-
ebration serves as a way to celebrate
pride in being true to oneself.”
THoM WEInSTEIn / THE DAILY Reach Arts Editor Lexie Krell at
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want something closer to what China has where the
government still has the reigns of the country, but it
will embrace capitalism.”
elected official but is subordinate to the supreme Maghami’s grandfather was a doctor and a
leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. professor at the University of Tehran before the
The president does not make major foreign revolution. His grandfather and father fled Iran
policy decisions or control Iran’s armed forces and at the onset of the revolution and settled in the
must be approved by a group of six religious cler- United States.
ics and six legal experts known as the Guardian Although the crisis in Iran has been compared to
Council. The chairman of the Guardian Council is a the 1979 revolution, the government has not dem-
strong supporter of Khamenei. onstrated any intention of changing its structure.
“What happened in Iran was the breaking point,” The theocratic republic sees authority divided
Sorayya said. “Iranians really appreciate and look up between elected officials and senior clerics but is
to the freedoms Americans have, and they want to ultimately overseen by the supreme leader.
have the same thing there.” The supreme leader and the Guardian Council
Sorayya said young people in Iran look to have demonstrated their control over the country
Western countries for more than just political through ordering its military and law enforcement
inspiration. forces to quell the protests and rejecting any pos-
“When you walk down the more affluent streets sibility of a re-election.
of Tehran, you see the young generation imitating The size of the current protests — the biggest
the style of large fashion hubs like Los Angeles,” since 1979 — is significant because it serves as an
she said. indicator to Western observers that the supreme
More than 60 percent of Iran’s population is leader’s control over Iran may no longer be as strong
under the age of 30 as a result of a booming birth- as previously thought.
rate that followed the 1979 Iranian Revolution. The government’s theocratic nature has led to
That revolution resulted in the overthrow of laws that prohibit alcohol and tobacco and censor
Iran’s monarchy under Shah Mohammad Reza cultural influence.
THOM WEINSTEIN / THE DAILY
Pahlavi and its replacement with an Islamic republic “In Iran, there are certain books you’re not
under Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. allowed to read, so some people set up networks UW senior Sorayya*, who voted in the Iranian presidential election, flips through an old photo album
“The shah of Iran was a megalomaniac who where they trade books for underground book from her family in Iran.
pushed the country to a point where the military reading,” Kazemi said. “There is heavy censorship
abandoned him, the people rose up and the Islamic on the Internet, so Twitter became big during the of emotions in recent weeks: relief in learning their Although separated by 12 times zones and 6,700
republic is what emerged,” said Talal Hattar, a politi- elections because it was one of the few mediums family members are safe, disappointment as their miles, many UW Iranian-Americans are perhaps
cal science graduate student and TA. that wasn’t as censored.” votes appear to have gone uncounted, and optimism just as connected to the streets of Iran as the pro-
Many Iranian-Americans are critical of the The BBC reported in late May that Iranians that this month’s events will be a catalyst for change testers themselves. Glued to the TV, refreshing their
Iranian government because of the conditions attempting to log onto Facebook received a message in the future. Internet browsers and waiting for the phone to ring,
that forced large numbers of Iranians to flee dur- in Farsi that read, “Access to this site is not possible.” “I would like to see continued pressure on the they anxiously anticipate news that has been 30
ing the revolution, but Iranian-Americans are not The Iranian government shut down text mes- Islamic republic and pressure on the leadership years in the making.
homogeneous in their perceptions of the events saging service and Facebook in the days preceding to change the way the government is structured,”
currently unfolding. the elections to prevent Mousavi from gaining more Maghami said. “I would like to see the power divide *Last name withheld for security reasons.
“There is a large part of the population embrac- supporters in the weeks leading up to the election. at the top in the clerical ranks lead to a slackening of
ing the reformists, but they’re not trying to be a new Many of the UW students who still have family the reigns on military pressure on the people, and Reach reporter Michael Truong at features@
United States,” said junior Alec Maghami. “They members in Iran have experienced a roller coaster that leading to increased reformist rights.” dailyuw.com.
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By LeXie KreLL
When hazardous material (hazmat) incidents
occur on campus, the response from authorities
can at times seem overwhelming, and notification
about the incidents has recently increased.
“We have come to the conclusion that the public
likes to have some sort of information, no matter
the severity of the incident,” said ray Wittmier, UW
Police Department assistant chief.
The UW community received notification
of a hazmat situation in the T-wing of the Mag-
nuson Health Sciences building last Wednesday
when a gas leak in the area was reported. Witt- FILE PHoTo / THE DAILY
mier said the incident took roughly 25 minutes A Seattle Fire Department firefighter puts shoes into a plastic bag after a chemical spill in the UW Medical Center May 5.
to resolve, at which time notification giving the
all-clear was sent. to the service. The notification briefly explains vehicles were sent to respond to the incident, no for hazmat incidents. If multiple individuals appear
“We evacuated the area, and then the fire depart- situations the UW community may observe on and hazardous materials were found upon inspection of to have sustained injuries, the situation is classified
ment went in with their monitors,” Wittmier said. around campus. the building. as a multiple casualty incident, and an extensive
“By the time the fire department had made entry “As we evolve with the UW Alert system, “our dispatchers make a decision on what kind response network is deployed.
with their monitoring devices, they found the gas one of the things we have had discussions about of response to send based on whatever informa- While use of the UW Alert system develops,
level was of a safe level in the facility, so they were is the amount of concern generated when the tion they get over the phone,” said Dana Vander increased notification and the large safety official
able to let occupants re-enter the building.” public sees numerous emergency vehicles,” Houwen, Seattle Fire Department (SFD) public response to hazmat incidents do not always rep-
The incident marks the second time in the past Wittmier said. information officer. “In some cases, after firefight- resent the severity of the incident at hand, instead
few months that a notification of a hazmat situation A UW Alert was sent regarding a hazmat situ- ers arrive, they may be able to determine there is reflecting a trend of increased crisis communication
has been sent via UW Alert, an emergency commu- ation at Hall Health in mid-May, when employees not an immediate life-safety issue and return some on campus.
nication system that sends text messages, e-mails on the ground floor experienced a burning sensa- of those units.”
and automated phone calls to people who subscribe tion in their eyes and throats. While 29 emergency This large response was part of SFD’s protocol Reach reporter Lexie Krell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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much autonomy should be given
to the robots, how much autonomy
should stay with the humans, and
problem you’re trying to solve is how should the two best interact.”
beneficial to everybody. It’s a big out of all the findings presented
gathering of people who are at the at the conference, Thrun said he’s
forefront of robotics.” most excited about MIT studies on
Graduate students and faculty in controlling air vehicles.
all areas of robotics submitted work “If this work pans out, you’ll be
to present at the conference. The able to land regular aircraft verti-
submissions went through selective cally,” he said. “Think of what the
committees who only chose certain implications of that is. It’ll be pos-
findings. sible to take a very small aircraft and
“The selection process for being possibly land it in your backyard.”
chosen is extremely rigorous where overall, Dieter Fox, local
only 25 percent of applicants are arrangement co-chair on the orga-
accepted to present their research,” nizing Committee, said that the
said Yoky Matsuoka, program chair conference was a great success.
on the rSS organizing Committee. next year, the conference will be
Although there is no common held in Spain.
theme in the work presented —
experts in robotics come from Reach reporter Doris Wu at news@
multiple fields — popular topics at dailyuw.com.
this year’s conference were robot
autonomy and robotic underwater
“[A] key challenge that a number
of people are working on, including
my group, is how to effectively set
up systems of multiple robots that for INformAtIoN
interact with humans,” said Kristi on talks and
Morgansen, UW assistant professor
in the Department of Aeronautics presentations, visit KYLE SCHoLZEn / THE DAILY
and Astronautics. “Questions that roboticsconference.org. Numerous robots align themselves after being ordered to do so by James McLurkin. McLurkin is developing software, which
are under investigation are how allows groups of robots to interact with each other using typical group behaviors, such as lining up or grouping together.
the UW Human resources building
to find the victim in what appeared
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to be an intoxicated state. After dis-
playing uncooperative and aggres-
the officers informed them they could sive behavior, the individual was in-
not stay in the garage overnight. one voluntarily committed for a mental
suspect was arrested at the scene for evaluation.
a misdemeanor warrant but was re-
leased because of overcrowding at the tuesday, June 30
Kent Police Department. Authorities Authorities received a report of a
released both suspects without fur- robbery at the Bank of America in the
ther incident. 4700 block of the Ave. This incident is
An unknown person gained access part of a series of bank robberies that
to an individual’s debit-card informa- have occurred in the Seattle area dur-
tion and made three fraudulent charg- ing the past weeks and is being inves-
es. The victim checked his account tigated by the FBI.
balance and was informed by his bank
it was $0. Authorities at the Japanese The UW Police Department pro-
Embassy advised him to cancel the vides the information for this column.
card and file a report with police.
dailyuw.com wednesday, June 24
officers responded to a fight at
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