Diversity in the physician workforce improves health outcomes. But where are all the Black doctors?
Life lessons from newspaper publisher Assunta Ng, ’74, ’76, ’79.
Dec. 2017 issue
Former New York Giants player Carl Fennema attended Husky football games for decades; his love for his alma mater never flagged despite age and injury.
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The late Jerry Thornton was a great ballplayer and a real family man.
Arts & Entertainment | Campus Life | Community | November 27, 2022
The UW Graduate School will host an “Evening with Chuck D” for its public lecture series.
Medicine | News | November 27, 2022
Two interventional cardiologists at the UW Heart Institute were the first to use a basket-shaped, catheter-delivered tool to remove a benign tumor from a heart.
Sports | Students | November 27, 2022
An 18-year-old UW biology major is a legend in the world of fly casting.
Alumni | Editor's Eye | Obituaries | Sports | January 27, 2023
Campus Life | November 27, 2022
A new art installation on the central staircase of Odegaard Undergraduate Library celebrates actor and martial arts legend Bruce Lee.
Husky History | Local News | November 27, 2022
After three decades, the UW Bridges Center continues to grow, as does union membership nationwide.
Campus Life | Editor's Eye | STEM | Students | November 27, 2022
The UW team earned the EcoCAR Collaboration Award at last spring's Mobility Challenge.
President's Letter | November 27, 2022
We need collective action to realize the potential for higher education to be a force for good.
Alumni | Husky History | Sports | September 16, 2022
The former Husky defensive back turned football upside down with his unstoppable “Air Coryell” passing attack.
Alumni | Obituaries | November 9, 2022
John E. Kurnick, '67, climbed all 68 of the 14,000-foot peaks in the contiguous United States.
Alumni | Solutions | September 19, 2022
Alula Asfaw, '08, wants to help schoolchildren from disadvantaged backgrounds thrive. That's why he started the Dream Project.
Alumni | Film & TV | November 9, 2022
Anna Faris plays Savannah, a struggling business owner after her aunt's inheritance, in her latest silver screen effort.
Alumni | Film & TV | November 17, 2022
From Anna Faris to Joel McHale, check out a few of our favorite performances from UW alumni on television.
Sports | December 8, 2022
Steve Sarkisian, who turned Huskies around in his five years as UW’s coach, faces first-year UW coach Kalen DeBoer, who also made the Huskies a powerhouse.
Alumni | Husky History | November 23, 2022
In 1969, NASA launched Apollo 12, which took Richard F. Gordon, '51, to the moon and back.
Alumni | December 15, 2022
He's been in the wine business for decades, and he's only in his thirties. Andrew Januik (of Januik Winery and Andrew Januik Wines) was born to be a winemaker.
Alumni | Obituaries | November 26, 2022
“She was a maverick, and she placed the most vulnerable and marginalized populations—primarily women and children—at the center of her work.”
Social Sciences | Students | November 26, 2022
When doctoral student Horacio Chacón Torrico looks at public-health data, he sees the ‘forgotten’ people he wants to help.
Faculty & Staff | Features | Social Sciences | November 26, 2022
In data and in the field, professor Briana Abrahms seeks ways for humans and wildlife to coexist as the climate changes.
Uncategorized | January 3, 2023
Boeing rolls out the final 747 – once known as the Queen of the Skies – and the end of an era is upon us for a plane designed by a famous alum.
Campus News | Faculty & Staff | Features | Sports | August 31, 2022
There's a new head coach in town: Kalen DeBoer shares his insights on the upcoming season with editor Jon Marmor.
Alumni | November 26, 2022
Former Daily reporter turned Pulitzer Prize-winning editor Suki Dardarian was honored for her newspaper’s George Floyd coverage.
Alumni | Medicine | October 28, 2022
Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award recipient Michael Kilmer is now a leader in Veterans Affairs 20 years after being forced out of the Coast Guard.
With a foundation rooted in leadership, service and education, the Women’s University Club has served the community since 1914. This year, its headquarters turns 100.
Alumni | Features | November 26, 2022
Two UW alumni lead separate projects to address some of the biggest social issues of our time.
Alumni | Students | January 24, 2023
UW student veterans and Vietnam veterans travel to Vietnam to experience the duality of war and find the path to peace.
Campus Life | Research | Students | November 3, 2022
Studies show that students who feel a sense of belonging are more likely to thrive in college and experience better personal wellbeing.
January 26, 2023
Engineering alum Rachel Barnecut made the leap from tech specialist to small business owner. She shares the origin story of Matcha Magic.
Alumni | Features | November 27, 2022
On the 20th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Columbia tragedy, we remember astronaut Michael Anderson, ’81.
Features | Local News | Medicine | November 27, 2022
The UW struggles to enroll Black medical students—a trend that is playing out across the nation.
Alumni | Community | January 26, 2023
Margarethe "Grethe" Cammermeyer, '76, '91, served as an Army Nurse in Vietnam. She reflects on a return trip in 2019 with fellow UW veterans.
Husky History | Obituaries | Sports | November 27, 2022
Rick Redman was a star on both sides of the ball for the UW football team, playing guard and linebacker, and he shined on special teams as a punter.
Alumni | Arts & Entertainment | Community | November 3, 2022
Poet Shin Yu Pai uses everyday objects to explore unique meaning in her new podcast "The Blue Suit."
Sports | November 27, 2022
Heather Tarr, ’96, who has compiled a career record of 742-277-1 entering her 19th year as the Huskies’ softball coach in 2023.
With Matt Anger’s retirement, Rahim Esmail takes over as the Huskies’ new men’s tennis coach.
Alumni | Faculty & Staff | News | November 27, 2022
Gov. Jay Inslee, ’73, selected Professor Alexes Harris, ’97, to serve a three-year term on the University’s highest governing body.
Faculty & Staff | Local News | STEM | November 27, 2022
The MacArthur Foundation honors Yejin Choi, a professor who teaches human language to computers.
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December 2022 Issue
Bryn Nelson followed his love for animals and science to become both a microbiologist and the writer of a book on human feces.
The Huskies defeated the Cardinal 3-0 on a night where hearts and minds were focused on paying tribute to Daniel Phelps.
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