Visionary UW architecture professor Astra Zarina opened students’ eyes to the world. Today, alumni are making sure she is not forgotten.
The chair of UW’s Printmaking Program designed a popular new class during the pandemic, stamping out doubt about how effective remote learning can be.
September 2020 Issue
We asked three UW experts—a historian, a leader in education and an expert in infectious disease—how we might use this time of challenge and change to plan for a better future.
The first football game at the iconic stadium came on Nov. 27, 1920.
Arts & Entertainment | Features | Medicine | Research | September 11, 2020
The UW is putting its combined brainpower into population health, improving lives around the world.
Solutions | August 14, 2020
We ask an infectious disease expert for advice about how to explore the great outdoors.
News | People | August 14, 2020
The majestic Boeing 747, designed by Joseph Sutter, ’43, will no longer be flying for one of the world's biggest airlines.
Arts & Entertainment | April 21, 2020
After more than a decade away from showbiz, the actress and SNL alum is back and more brilliant than ever.
Faculty & Staff | Hub | March 24, 2020
What makes hummingbirds so fascinating? We asked UW expert Alejandro Rico-Guevara.
Features | July 7, 2020
Professor David Baker’s audacious approach to creating new proteins may offer new options for stopping disease—including COVID-19.
Art | Obituaries | June 10, 2020
Virginia Bloedel Wright, 1929-2020, brought the Broken Obelisk to the UW and funded countless shows at the Henry Art Gallery.
Sports | July 16, 2020
710 ESPN’s Stacy Jo Rost, ’11, and KJR’s Dick Fain, ’96, earn national acclaim for the way they talk the talk.
Alumni | September 23, 2019
An intimate conversation with the chef behind Beacon Hill's most anticipated new restaurant.
Arts & Entertainment | September 3, 2019
From homestyle cooking to pop-ups with fusion flavors, here’s what our city’s Filipino food looks like, tastes like and means to the people who eat it.
Alumni | Husky History | March 13, 2020
For a life dedicated to students of color, the UW honors Emile Pitre with the 2020 Charles E. Odegaard Award.
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To experience the true beauty of the University of Washington’s Seattle campus, look no further than the photographs of Loyd Heath.
September 2020 Issue
Gifts to the UW’s Be Boundless campaign reflect the character and spirit that unites us.
With the world turned upside-down, the bond between the University of Washington and its community has never been stronger.
With many restaurants closed, the Fish Map offers a way for commercial fishing companies to sell their products directly to consumers.
With flu season coming, doctors and public health officials worry that an outbreak of influenza in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic could wipe out our health care system.
A book by UW Tacoma Assistant Professor Emily Thuma won the 2020 Lambda Literary Award for LGBT Studies.
For many older Americans, the rhythms of every day have not just changed during the COVID-19 pandemic; they have stopped.
Fans of Husky women’s soccer may do a double take this season if they look at the sideline and see one of the best players in school history working as an assistant coach.
Edean Anderson Ihlanfeldt started the UW women’s golf team in 1974-75 and coached it for eight years.
Rod Stanley, a Federal Way High School graduate who was a beloved member of the Husky football teams of the early 1970s, died in 2018.
After taking a bullet in World War II, Charles Sheaffer returned to captain the Husky basketball team in his senior season.
The legacy of Gabriel “Dr. Gabe” Gallardo.
Daudi Abe, author of an upcoming book on Northwest rap, tells us what makes the local scene so special.
September 2020 Issue
The UW has responded with leadership during the COVID-19 crisis. Now we must make the same commitment to addressing systemic racism and injustice.
Jennifer Cohen started working at the UW athletic department in 1998 and was promoted to athletic director in 2016.
Astronomer Emily Levesque’s new book shares the wonder of stargazing—and the adventures it’s taken her on.
UW Magazine Online
To most of us, algae is the green squishy stuff that occasionally “blooms.” But a UW neuroscience doctoral student found that algae has a creative side.
Stephen Johnson, '99, scoured archives, the internet and a villa in Italy to discover the fate of a missing World War II pilot.
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