College of Built Environments students help historically Black churches survive gentrification.
Once a student activist’s dream, the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center celebrates five decades as a space for diversity and inclusion.
March 2022 Issue
Software developer Tom Love’s innovative programming language became the backbone of every Mac, iPhone and iPad.
While working on her doctorate, Monica De La Torre, ’16, studied the Yakima Valley's Radio Cadena. She shares their stories in “Feminista Frequencies."
News | March 5, 2022
In 1972, Washington became one of the earlier states to ratify a gender equity amendment.
Community | Letters | Students | March 2, 2022
Mustapha Samateh, president of the ASUW, reflects on his journey from Gambia to the UW.
Campus Life | Students | March 5, 2022
The Northwest is the perfect place for a mushroom enthusiast; one digs into the Burke Museum’s collection.
Alumni | Campus News | Community | May 3, 2022
Meet the 2022 recipients of the Multicultural Alumni Partnership awards.
Alumni | Husky History | Sports | March 4, 2022
Carlton Olson, ’61, overcame Type 1 diabetes to play 4 years of Husky baseball.
Alumni | Features | Film & TV | March 4, 2022
Versatility has been Jean Smart’s strength since her UW days. Now, the Emmy-winning actor’s star is shining brighter than ever.
Alumni | News | March 4, 2022
As a UW regent, Leonard Forsman plans to help represent Indigenous people.
Alumni | Books | People | Sports | January 31, 2022
Player-turned-agent Ryan Minkoff’s second book, “Nora’s Hockey Dream,” pays homage to his sister and all the girls who love hockey.
Alumni | Arts & Entertainment | Film & TV | March 11, 2022
George Tramountanas, '93, turned personal tragedy to big-screen comedy in his new feature film about a unique incentive for weight loss.
Campus Life | March 4, 2022
The Manastash Ridge, a basalt plateau that runs between Ellensburg and Yakima, is home to the UW’s 50-year-old observatory.
Alumni | Campus News | Husky History | Obituaries | March 11, 2022
Twenty years ago, the human rights leader delivered a message of hope to Seattle.
Alumni | News | People | Social Sciences | February 14, 2022
An El Paso native's journey to UW leads to a key position as the White House Deputy Cabinet Secretary — and a piece of political power.
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.
Community | May 5, 2022
UW-affiliated public radio stations KUOW and KEXP mark milestones in 2022.
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.
Alumni | Art | March 1, 2022
Judy Frater, '87, put her UW museology degree to good use by seeking out and empowering local Indian artisans.
May 18, 2022
Sports | March 5, 2022
The Husky men’s tennis team has high hopes this spring, thanks in part to the play of junior Clement Chidekh of Lyon, France.
Amara Cunningham leads the UW gymnastics team after being named All-Pac-12 Floor First Team as a junior.
Research | STEM | March 5, 2022
A pilot project will establish a public-interest technology clinic to serve local community organizations and governments.
Community | Husky History | March 1, 2022
In the span of seven days in November 1961, civil-rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. and President John F. Kennedy spoke on campus.
Obituaries | March 4, 2022
Millie L.B. Russell, who passed away in November, helped generations of BIPOC students become medical professionals.
Editor's Eye | Research | March 5, 2022
A new UW facility will bring together scientists, engineers and students to develop clean-energy solutions for a healthy planet and a sustainable future.
Campus News | Husky History | March 4, 2022
Efforts to preserve and renovate the historic ASUW Shell House on the Montlake Cut continue full speed ahead.
Alumni | Books | March 4, 2022
Actor Mickey Rowe's book chronicles his journey from a legally blind self-described outcast to the hero of his own story.
Alumni | Art | March 5, 2022
Ally Ang is a 2021 graduate of the UW Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing, with a focus on poetry.
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.
Faculty & Staff | Social Sciences | March 5, 2022
UW history professor Margaret O’Mara shares her perspective on the pandemic and its echoes from the past.
Community | Features | People | Students | May 4, 2022
Alumni | Arts & Entertainment | Obituaries | May 17, 2022
A gifted actor and director—and one of "The Five Who Dared"—Harvy Blanks made history.
Alumni | Books | Features | March 5, 2022
Faculty & Staff | Uncategorized | May 16, 2022
A new campus-wide effort led by Alexes Harris supports underrepresented groups and first-generation faculty.
Campus Life | Campus News | May 16, 2022
The UW Champions Program was established in 2011 to serve former foster youth. Recent expansions help students who experienced unaccompanied homelessness as youth.
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Evalynn Fae Taganna Romano, ’10, ’21, leads an effort recognize an often overlooked group in the pandemic: campus custodians.
Nature photographer David Liittschwager captures biodiversity in one cubic foot of space.
June 2022 issue
Innovation will meet the crack of the bat this spring when the inaugural Pac-12 Baseball Tournament is held May 25-29 in Arizona.
The pandemic has taken a toll on the mental health of young people. A UW and Harvard University study found that adequate sleep, a daily routine and limited screen time could help.
Zeke Augustine, ’23, has sifted through soil for microscopic fossils and helped dig up a Triceratops. The Burke Museum has been at the heart of it all.
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