Local News

April 12, 2024

Coffee and community

Efrem Fesaha showcases the history of coffee in Africa through Boon Boona Coffee.


April 11, 2024

The last DJ

After a career of shaved turkey legs and tartar-sauce baths, Tim Hunter can’t quite turn the dial.


February 7, 2024

Close up on a mural of a colorful bird

Beauty after chaos

The Wing Luke Museum unveils a new mural across Canton Alley after the museum's windows and doors were vandalized in an alleged hate crime in September.


December 18, 2023

People walk down a street filled with tents selling vegetables, milk, eggs, meat and other goods.

Treasure on the Ave

The "granddaddy" of Seattle farmers markets celebrates 30 years of bringing farm-fresh goods to the University District.


A man smiles in the crowd at the Olympics

The Jim Caple effect

The Husky grad, Daily writer, IMA softball champ and all-around good guy entertained us with his clever writing and sharp mind.


December 13, 2023

A man smiles in the projection booth of a theater, holding a film reel.

Cinema steward

Tom Mara, who helms the Seattle International Film festival, is making history by transforming the Cinerama into SIFF Cinema Downtown.


November 30, 2023

Good eats

Find out which seven alumni-owned restaurants are getting national attention.


November 9, 2023

A requiem for Burgermaster

A hotspot for UW rowers and other community members, Burgermaster's flagship location has an uncertain future.


November 27, 2022

Solidarity forever

After three decades, the UW Bridges Center continues to grow, as does union membership nationwide.


Genius at work

The MacArthur Foundation honors Yejin Choi, a professor who teaches human language to computers.


A medical emergency

The UW struggles to enroll Black medical students—a trend that is playing out across the nation.


September 4, 2021

AAPI stories

A website highlights Asian American and Pacific Islander voices from our community.


March 20, 2020

We need to talk about vehicle residency

Criminalizing a form of shelter causes undue and disproportionate harm to vulnerable people.


March 12, 2019

Abolished

How UW research convinced our state's highest court to toss out the death penalty.


March 7, 2019

Keep it Moovn

Foster grad wants to change how Seattle moves with a homegrown ride-sharing app.


December 1, 2018

Signs of success

To recognize Tom Foley and Alan Sugiyama for their drive to make life better, two roadways were named in their honor.


March 24, 2017

A legacy of access

Celebrating 50 years of the 1967 Community College Act.


June 1, 2015

Welcome to wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ

wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – the Intellectual House – is a place the UW Native American community can call home.


December 1, 1995

Hard times on the Ave

Set up by Seattle's pioneers as the city's second main street before the turn of the century, University Way NE today sadly bears little resemblance to its old self.


March 1, 1995

Gains for women

Since the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, women—both black and white—have made the greatest gains in the job market, says UW Sociology Professor Paul Burstein.