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WHAT is The-Ave.US?

A virtual pub, with the spirit many of us enjoy in the pubs and coffee shops that surround other great universities.

Seattle as seen from The-AVE.US

The publican and his drinking buddies have an ecletic view of what STILL should be called the Queen City!

Arab Spring

The story in Arabia is often garbled by the the Muslim baiting of the Republican party and the equally poliically correct bias of the left. The AVE continues to report on the effort to create a form of Islamic democracy as suggested by Reza Aslan in his book. "No God but God. "

If you want a great place to read about Arabia, I recommend Reuter's Africa Service.

Election 2012.

The best way to see The Ave's take on the election is to use this link.

You may want to join me for a photo essay about my visit to the Washington State Republican Convention.

 

 

 

A venue, a place, a coffeehouse, a pub, a streetcorner, a commons, a blog of blogs. a phone poll with posters, you pick!

CURRENT UW TOPICS

Washington Governors University.

The Ave continues to try to find out whether WGU degrees have any value in students getting a job.

A UW Faculty Member Expresses Doubts About The Value of Cheaper Drugs From Canada

APRIKYAN STORY

Contrary to the Seattle media, the case against the UW has not been dismissed. Instead the Superior Court ruled that Aprikyan needs to bring his case against the UW itself, rather than against former President Emmert. It appears that Aprikyan will do exactly that! Readmore on TA.

Commentary From Other University Blogs

 

 

REGULAR FEATURES

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The AVE Challenge

Testing your knowlege.

BREAKING NEWS

The AVE tries to "break news" the other media does not cover.

APPLE

The Ave has an inside source about a secret project at Apple. Click the link above.

CHINA

The Ave covers China, often from sources Americans rarely read. In addition please follow the commentar by KAM (see link below)

JEFFERSON, WWJD?

What would Jefferson do?

SUNDAY REVELATIONS

Religion in the news, for better and for worse.

COMMENTARY by SMS

COMMENTARY by KAM