The University of Washington Alumni Magazine
Saying goodbye to the original Pagliacci Pizza on the Ave.
For 40 years, a group of Seattle-area women has helped UW students strive to be the best in science and engineering.
June 2018 issue
Dennis Edmondson, ’80, ’13, invented the studs inside the Nanoengineering & Sciences Building.
With core values formed by his Chehalis upbringing, Orin Smith went on to become a business leader who knew how to treat people right.
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.
Alumni | Community | June 2, 2018
Anne-Lise Nilsen has known the next Husky mascot since he was 9 days old.
June 1, 2018
When Kelvin stepped into Virginia's office 40 years ago, it changed both of their lives forever.
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.
Solutions | June 5, 2018
Paul Tupper, ’14, started Onda Origins, a Seattle-based coffee company with a technological spin, to further his environmental agenda.
Campus Life | Hub | March 8, 2018
Few activists have a higher profile than DeRay Mckesson, who spent the final day of Black History Month with UW students, staff and faculty.
Sports | July 7, 2018
We photographed the bright smiles and unstoppable attitudes of the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games.
Alumni | April 6, 2018
Robert Merry, '68, reflects on his graduating class.
Faculty & Staff | Social Sciences | March 4, 2018
Psychology professor Anthony Greenwald developed the Implicit Association Test, a rapid-fire survey that reveals the biases that lurk inside us.
Five students stood out in this year’s Three-Minute Thesis competition, an annual event sponsored by the Graduate School.
Medicine | March 5, 2018
It only takes a few minutes to bleed to death, but bystanders with a little knowledge can save lives.
Alumni | Hub | February 14, 2018
Jackson Rohrbaugh, ’09, is the newly minted master sommelier at Canlis, one of Seattle's premier fine-dining spots.
Husky History | March 3, 2018
Some UW students travel to Europe to sample castles and cafés, but for many the trip has been much shorter—just through the doors of the Burke Museum.
Uncategorized | June 20, 2018
The new Don James statue outside Husky Stadium will stop you dead in your tracks.
Alumni | December 7, 2017
A UW-trained engineer quit his job to shake up the burgeoning world of electric bikes.
Hub | January 5, 2018
Discovering the molecular mechanisms that guide our circadian rhythm makes Jeffrey C. Hall the fifth alum to receive a Nobel Prize.
Alumni | December 15, 2017
Life lessons from newspaper publisher Assunta Ng, ’74, ’76, ’79.
Campus Life | Sports | December 30, 2017
For Fiesta Bowl week, we tour campus with seven veterans of the Husky Marching Band.
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The UW's first Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award honoree was a success in business after his Navy tour.
June 2018 issue
The painter behind our June 2018 cover is a UW master's student.
Lantos, the first and only Holocaust survivor ever elected to Congress, was perhaps the unlikeliest UW graduate of them all.
The 1955 alumnus spent his life fighting discrimination.
Why did we keep playing softball even after graduating? Because we loved softball and the IMA league was much more fun than other leagues. And we really wanted those championship T-shirts.
The great power of our University and its public mission is that it touches every person in Washington, through education, research and service.
She teamed with her husband to make her mark at the UW through generosity and service.
What if your class schedule put you in a room with all of this year's best teachers?
June 2018 issue
Four Huskies presented the rawness of struggle and survival at the UWAA Short Talks on Art.
Ingrid Walker wants to change the way media and government frame our perceptions about illicit drugs, and the people who use them.
For adults with autism, finding steady employment can be difficult—even if they have no trouble performing the duties of the job.
March 2018 issue
Acting out the Bard’s works enables veterans to access feelings of rage, isolation and grief—
and heal the invisible wounds of war.
Biology professor Jim Kenagy takes in the surprising beauty of ordinary life in wild places.
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