Longtime prisoners sentenced as minors benefit from a UW program that pairs students and lawyers.
Twisted facts, fake news and social media spoofs can turn society upside down. One UW team is working to help us through the infodemic.
December 2021 Issue
Alfredo Arreguin has painted the official portraits for three justices on the Washington State Supreme Court. At 86, the master of Mexican-American art remains a source of colorful ideas and vivid canvases.
Raise a toast to the historic, quirky joint that has come back from a COVID-19 closure.
Alumni | Features | Sports | December 4, 2021
Twelve former student-athletes from five sports receive the highest honor in UW Athletics.
Alumni | Art | Books | November 19, 2021
Poet Jane Wong isn’t afraid to lay her emotions bare as she explores ways beyond the written page to reach audiences.
Faculty & Staff | December 11, 2021
Marie Spiker is an assistant professor of epidemiology at the UW School of Public Health, registered dietitian and enthusiastic kayaker. We asked her about her various passions.
Alumni | Campus Life | Students | December 4, 2021
‘Down the Ave,’ a card game developed by business students, is full of UW and Seattle references.
Community | Features | Students | November 19, 2021
The most diverse generation in American history, they are engaged, informed, and not content with the status quo.
Faculty & Staff | STEM | December 4, 2021
Maynard Okereke, ’06, makes STEM topics more relatable to kids of color.
Art | Campus Life | Faculty & Staff | Students | December 4, 2021
Dance students and faculty once again get a chance to strut their stuff.
STEM | November 19, 2021
Improvements in data collection allow a UW researcher and colleagues to swiftly make new discoveries in the cosmos.
Campus Life | Campus News | December 4, 2021
The Biology plant collection settles into its new home, a state-of-the-art greenhouse.
Research | STEM | December 4, 2021
The UW’s Conservation Canines calls on dogs’ noses to find answers to pressing environmental questions.
Art | Students | December 4, 2021
As she curates an exhibit at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, doctoral student Brittney Frantece examines art through a critical lens.
Alumni | October 21, 2021
Margaret Towolawi, ’10, adopts a new model for health care that promotes closer doctor-patient relationships.
Features | Medicine | September 4, 2021
Washington has a shortage of mental-health workers and high demand for treatment. The UW is at the center of efforts to turn the tide.
Alumni | Art | Features | September 8, 2021
Through the interplay of light with her creations, artist Barbara Earl Thomas creates ‘ordinary magic.’ Her extraordinary work explores childhood, race and religion.
Sports | September 9, 2021
Rosalie Fish runs to raise awareness of violence against Indigenous women.
Alumni | October 30, 2021
Dave Stone, ’68, is recognized for his lifetime of service—military, public and volunteer—with the Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award.
News | Research | September 11, 2021
At the UW's Friday Harbor Laboratories, scientists give sunflower sea stars a chance to shine.
Books | Sports | August 31, 2021
The national champion ’91 football team inspires the first UW Press book on Husky sports.
Faculty & Staff | September 11, 2021
Dentistry professor Theresa Cheng leads a nonprofit organization that connects veterans with resources and employment opportunities.
Alumni | Features | Sports | August 31, 2021
After his NFL career, Mark Pattison kept pursuing athletic feats. He recently climbed Mount Everest to complete the Seven Summits challenge, raising more than $56,000 for charity.
Faculty & Staff | Research | August 31, 2021
Ernesto Alvarado will be the first to tell you: You can’t suppress all of a region’s fires when they’re as much a part of the ecology as its flora and fauna.
Faculty & Staff | Sports | September 11, 2021
Sociology Professor Alexes Harris, ’97, works closely with UW Athletics to help student-athletes succeed.
Alumni | Books | Features | September 4, 2021
Two decades after Tom Stockley and his wife, Peggy, perished in a plane crash, their daughters curate a new book of his eating pleasures.
Husky History | Obituaries | Sports | September 4, 2021
Kermit Jorgensen was part of a Husky team that notched back-to-back Rose Bowl victories.
Faculty & Staff | Features | Film & TV | July 22, 2021
Through feature films, groundbreaking documentaries and shorts, a UW librarian creates a canon of meaningful representation in American cinema.
Alumni | Features | June 1, 2021
Taking risks was second nature for Albert Scott Crossfield. That’s how he became the first man to fly at twice the speed of sound and laid the groundwork to go into space.
Alumni | Art | Features | September 4, 2021
Nin Truong brings creativity and sustainability to the world of public art, skateboarding and apparel.
Alumni | Features | June 4, 2021
From radical youth to senior statesman, Larry Gossett is an activist for us all. The 2021 Alumnus Summa Laude Dignatus award recognizes his lifetime of service.
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A site in Montana yields a triceratops skull and other rare dinosaur fossils.
December 2021 Issue
Imogen Cunningham was an innovative and influential fine art photographer. A retrospective features nearly 200 of her works.
A new book finally shines a spotlight on Paul Hayden Kirk, ’37, who set the standard for Northwest modernist architecture.
A walking tour of the UW campus highlights sites that are relevant to the Native American experience.
While Black fraternities and sororities have thrived at the UW, their presence has gone generally unrecognized. Now their crests are on display in the HUB.
Starting in fall 2021 and well into 2022, the Kelly ECC is celebrating 50 years of serving the student community.
The Washington Research Foundation was founded 40 years ago to capture the value of inventions coming out of the UW.
Students wade into Issaquah Creek to quantify the population and distribution of different fish species.
Graduate education is more than a ticket to a better future; it’s an engine for the public good.
The impact of the University of Washington was never more clearly on display than when the Legislature turned to it to tackle the state’s mental health crisis.
For a teacher in a time of COVID-19, the challenge is to bring the world to students.
Thaddeus Spratlen and Lois Price-Spratlen were the UW’s academic power couple—excelling as scholars and opening up opportunities for others.
Enoka Herat works with law enforcement leaders and the families of people who have died from police violence to change practices in Washington.
A Japanese American UW grad turned businessman, Harry Kawabe was a humanitarian who built economies in two U.S. cities and dedicated his life to building community.
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Junior Coffey, who passed away recently, overcame traumatic experiences to become a Husky football star and racehorse trainer.
December 2021 Issue
Marion Pepper of the School of Medicine helps us better understand the latest COVID-19 shot.
Fruit drinks are often disguised as nutritious alternatives to soda. Researchers try to counter that narrative.
Associate Professor Wendy Barrington, '12, brings a passion for health equity to her role as director of the Center for Anti-Racism and Community Health.
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