Features

September 28, 2017

How the UW helped a little girl triumph as a reader with dyslexia

My alma mater helped my daughter become a reader.


September 13, 2017

Humanities anyone?

Society’s focus on STEM careers has contributed to a precipitous drop in liberal arts majors. It could be a problem.


September 12, 2017

Scions of Spokane: How two brothers tapped into the soul of their city

Ted and Jeremy McGregor operate one of the best alternative weekly papers in the nation.


August 18, 2017

Antonio Lopez-Ibarra, tri city dental

‘We came here to contribute’

As an undocumented immigrant, he dreaded going to the dentist. Now he's a dentist who goes the extra mile to put his patients at ease.


June 16, 2017

elephant art wolfe, sam wasser

Armed with DNA and forensic science, Sam Wasser fights to save endangered species

Biology professor Sam Wasser fights to save endangered species.


June 12, 2017

mountaineers, uw, seattle

In a time before trails, UW climbers found a way to trek the Pacific Northwest

In a time before trails, UW climbers found a way to trek the Pacific Northwest.


June 1, 2017

Of the highest grade

Celebrating the 2017 teachers of the year.


May 29, 2017

norman rice seattle mayor asld uw

Man of the city: Norman Rice remains one of Seattle’s most dedicated public servants

In his five decades of public service, Norman Rice has helped build a community we are all proud of.


May 8, 2017

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Young men of color thriving thanks to Brotherhood Initiative

Inside the new program advocating for black and brown students on campus.


March 3, 2017

Sol Moravia-Rosenberg, Sol, rap Seattle, UW poetry

With spoken word and hip-hop, a new generation of poets has taken the stage

With spoken word and hip-hop, a new generation of poets has taken the stage.