The story of the shocking theft, destruction and replacement of George Tsutakawa’s sculptural gates at the Washington Park Arboretum.
We were bipedal before we were human. But science still has much to explore about how we evolved—body and brain—to be walkers.
June 2022 issue
Through public health crisis, nursing leader Pam Cipriano, ’81, has delivered doses of hope and advocacy. The 2022 Alumna Summa Laude Dignata award recognizes her service.
College of Built Environments students help historically Black churches survive gentrification.
Alumni | Arts & Entertainment | Film & TV | May 25, 2022
Jean Smart joins the growing list of UW legends whose names are engraved on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Hub | Students | May 29, 2022
For most people, camping season starts in early summer. For a few hardy UW students, it started in March.
Letters | May 29, 2022
As we emerge from a global pandemic that profoundly unsettled University life, we now turn to face multiple, often intersecting, global challenges.
Uncategorized | May 5, 2022
Judge Sal Mendoza, ’94, made history by becoming the first Hispanic judge from Washington to serve on the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Editor's Eye | May 29, 2022
The UW’s newest class of alumni will have their day. And so will those from the two years prior.
Community | May 5, 2022
UW-affiliated public radio stations KUOW and KEXP mark milestones in 2022.
Campus Life | Campus News | Community | May 29, 2022
The Scissor’s Edge has been a fixture in the HUB since 1949. Hairdresser and salon operator Jane Snell is reluctantly hanging up her shears.
Faculty & Staff | People | March 18, 2022
Tres Tracy Ballon, '01, is the master carpenter at the UW School of Drama. We talked to her about squirrels, big ideas and building sets (and boats).
Campus Life | Campus News | Students | May 16, 2022
As the ECC celebrates 50 years of creating a space for diversity and inclusion, alumni share fond memories of the space.
Art | Campus Life | May 29, 2022
The Henry Art Gallery’s commissioned work from Bolivian-American artist Donna Huanca is on display through April 2023.
Social Sciences | Solutions | May 29, 2022
As the pandemic reshapes how, when and where Americans work, research at the UW suggests we might want to hang on to some of the flexibility we enjoyed over the past two years.
Alumni | May 29, 2022
After 26 years leading Densho, a nonprofit organization committed to preserving and sharing Japanese American history, executive director Tom Ikeda, ’76, ’79, ’83, is retiring
Alumni | News | May 29, 2022
Gary Lai, the lead architect of Blue Origin’s New Shepard program, heads to the heavens.
Faculty & Staff | Sports | May 29, 2022
For the past 31 years, Jeff Bechthold has worked in sports information for the UW athletic department. He handles Husky football and crew.
Alumni | Sports | May 18, 2022
After the tragic and sudden loss of his friend, Adam Lang found a way to honor Daniel Phelps's memory.
Alumni | May 30, 2022
NASA is going back to the moon and planning to land humans on Mars, thanks in part to Orion manager Howard Hu, ’91, ’94
Alumni | Film & TV | May 30, 2022
Wes Hurley has built a community of allies from his time at the UW, and it’s paying off.
Linda Fagan will continue to put her UW master’s degree in marine affairs to good use in her new role leading the U.S. Coast Guard.
Alumni | Community | Sports | May 30, 2022
A new nonprofit called the Husky Sailing Foundation aims to create a more stable future for a sports club that dates back to 1948.
Alumni | Uncategorized | May 3, 2022
Frank Irigon, noted social and civil rights activist, will be honored with the 2022 Charles E. Odegaard award.
Alumni | Campus News | Community | May 16, 2022
Leonard Forsman, '87, is the UW's new regent. He tells Viewpoint his goals and priorities for his six-year term.
Campus Life | Faculty & Staff | June 15, 2022
They garden, they read, they cook and they dream of becoming dentists. Teachers: They're just like us! But these six are the cream of the crop.
Alumni | Campus News | Community | May 3, 2022
Meet the 2022 recipients of the Multicultural Alumni Partnership awards.
Community | Features | People | Students | May 4, 2022
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UW researchers are contributors to the groundbreaking work of the Human Genome Project.
School of Music Director JoAnn Taricani brought joy to her students and colleagues over more than four decades before her sudden death Feb. 1.
Evalynn Fae Taganna Romano, ’10, ’21, leads an effort recognize an often overlooked group in the pandemic: campus custodians.
March 2022 Issue
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