Campus Life

August 3, 2018

A slice of UW history

Saying goodbye to the original Pagliacci Pizza on the Ave.


March 8, 2018

A day with DeRay

Few activists have a higher profile than DeRay Mckesson, who spent the final day of Black History Month with UW students, staff and faculty.


December 30, 2017

Band royalty

For Fiesta Bowl week, we tour campus with seven veterans of the Husky Marching Band.


November 18, 2017

Great Scott

Famed astronaut Scott Kelly touches down on the Ave.


March 4, 2017

logrolling, UW, IMA

A log lost sport

Thanks to a group of adventurous students and staff, log rolling has returned to UW.


February 28, 2017

iNTERREUPTING PRIVILEGE

Interrupting privilege

Students and alumni come together for 10-week workshop about race relations.


December 15, 2016

Breaking records

UW welcomes most diverse class in 155-year history.


December 1, 2015

Editor's Eye: Montlake memories

The parking lot known as E-1 holds a lot of memories in its pavement.


September 1, 2015

High fliers

“Let’s flap.” The 20 adults in the room obediently flapped their arms and when nothing happened, in the face of their leader’s enthusiasm for winged flight and all things avian, began flapping even harder in the vain hope of soaring.


Allen's imprint

UW Libraries is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Kenneth S. and Faye G. Allen Library Endowment.


Band life

Senior physics major Carlo Torrella joined the UW’s 240-member marching band in 2011. It has been one of the most demanding experiences of his life. But “I’m so glad I did it,” he says.


June 1, 2013

Moving mission

Catching up with Patrick Gallaher, ’95, founder of the School of Pharmacy’s Memorial Day weekend Border-to-Border relay race that for the past 18 years has raised money for cancer research in honor of his late father.


December 1, 2011

360-degree view

Over the past decade and a half, UW Tacoma has been at the core of the revitalization of downtown Tacoma. Today, with 3,600 students, it still holds the key to the city’s continued economic development.


September 1, 2007

Split on Commencement

For the Columns Alumni Vote in June, we asked if alumni attended the main graduation ceremony when they completed their UW degree. The 952 responses broke down to 59 percent “yes” and 41 percent “no.”


Statistical advantage

The skills UW Bothell Professor Clark Olson honed during his five years at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory are the same ones he has used to conquer the stats-heavy world of fantasy sports.


June 1, 2007

The Padelford maze

Some buildings on the UW campus evoke awe or nostalgia, but others elicit a different kind of response: confusion and frustration.


September 1, 2005

CLUE is the answer

“Professor Chernicoff … in the hall … with the candlestick …” Nightly study sessions solve the puzzle of how to shrink the University.