The University of Washington Alumni Magazine
Forest ecologist Nalini Nadkarni keeps nature in touch.
Over the last half century, some of the greatest poets have come to the UW to perform their own works.
Dec. 2018 Issue
Science fiction has come alive in our modern world—from robots in our homes to the search for life across the universe.
How a kid from Lynnwood became the best running back in Husky history.
Campus Life | Faculty & Staff | People | December 7, 2018
‘The Father of Multicultural Education’ is retiring after 50 years.
Alumni | November 30, 2018
The FreshJess founder developed her voice and built a following for her blog, which is going strong after 10 years.
Arts & Entertainment | December 8, 2018
Contorting the imagination with choreographer Alice Gosti, ’08.
October 3, 2018
RoboFly, the first wireless flying robot insect took to the air at the UW last spring.
Alumni | Features | August 30, 2018
Nonconformist and social media star Kevin Ninh shares his story of self-discovery.
Sports | August 22, 2018
We spar with UW senior Zasha Sepulveda.
Campus Life | Hub | Husky History | August 3, 2018
Saying goodbye to the original Pagliacci Pizza on the Ave.
Hub | Obituaries | People | November 30, 2018
We explore the legacy of Microsoft’s late co-founder by photographing items from one of his museums.
Sports | August 23, 2018
With his wife as caddie, former Husky C.T. Pan nearly nabbed first PGA trophy.
Alumni | Sports | August 30, 2018
From Compton to MontIake to Rome, Bobby Jones is Iiving the dream.
Alumni | Community | June 2, 2018
Anne-Lise Nilsen has known the next Husky mascot since he was 9 days old.
Campus News | May 21, 2018
“Women are shaking the foundation of this country in every possible way," said Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood, at a UW Book Store event.
Students | June 5, 2018
All four of the 2017-18 UW student body presidents were people of color, and each of them saw race, equity and social justice as central to their position.
Alumni | People | June 6, 2018
This spring, 20 dawgs teamed up to build a UW-themed tiny house to shelter the homeless.
June 1, 2018
When Kelvin stepped into Virginia's office 40 years ago, it changed both of their lives forever.
Solutions | June 5, 2018
Paul Tupper, ’14, started Onda Origins, a Seattle-based coffee company with a technological spin, to further his environmental agenda.
Sports | July 7, 2018
We photographed the bright smiles and unstoppable attitudes of the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games.
Sports | October 4, 2018
Do you know the history of this sign?
Alumni | Sports | June 4, 2018
Junior Coffey went from the NFL to training racehorses. He's been one of the most successful trainers at Emerald Downs.
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To the late Paul G. Allen, the University of Washington felt like home.
Dec. 2018 Issue
A 1974 concert at Hec Ed Pavilion, long a favorite of Dead Heads, is one of six historic concerts being released in a beautiful new boxed set,
Michael Callahan rowed for UW from 1992-96, competed in the ’04 Olympics and has coached the men’s crew team since 2007.
An adventurous alum stricken with heart disease as a young man is thriving after undergoing two heart transplants.
Author and traveler Chris Sanford shares 10 bits of wisdom from his book, “Staying Healthy Abroad: A Global Traveler’s Guide.”
UW Medicine researchers are exploring how a smartphone might help someone manage a severe mental illness such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.
To recognize Ton Foley and Alan Sugiyama for their drive to make life better, two roadways were named in their honor.
An interview about race and identity with poet and scholar Kevin Young.
Dec. 2018 Issue
Tony Castricone has a passion for sports and a song in his heart.
Sept. 2018 Issue
A faculty leader shares her view of the future.
Nature is an interconnected web of life. A new Life Sciences building takes that to heart.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, a team of UW engineers and scientists went to Puerto Rico to learn and to help.
A UW summer camp helps teens who stutter find their voices.
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