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At 1936 Olympic Games, UW crew pulled together to make history

At the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, the UW crew made history and set a legacy in motion.

June 2023 issue

Mentorship and compassion give UW law student confidence to thrive

Mentorship, scholarship and compassion made Teresa Dennerlein’s journey to law school possible after an isolated childhood.

June 2023 issue

Rowers make their mark on Montlake Cut in a time-honored ritual

Learn who’s behind those purple, white and gold slogans every rowing season on the Montlake Cut.

June 2023 issue

Carol Lace Jenkins, ’76, was a fierce advocate for children

Carol Lace Jenkins dedicated her career to helping parents and guardians.

June 2023 issue

As special agent, Josh Crabtree, ’08, works to safeguard travel system

Josh Crabtree runs a Seattle-based office of special agents and investigative specialists conducting passport and visa fraud investigations.

June 2023 issue

To see climate change, author Brianna Craft saw the world

Blending her own story with tales of climate crisis negotiations, Brianna Craft shows us the world in her memoir.

June 2023 issue

Pulitzer winner Timothy Egan, ’80, writes of KKK’s rise and fall in the North

Timothy Egan’s latest book, “A Fever in the Heartland," centers on the rise and undoing of D.C. Stephenson, a grand dragon of the KKK

June 2023 issue

UWAA service award honors Desert Scholarship Patrons Committee

The Desert Scholarship Patrons Committee is this year's recipient of the UWAA Distinguished Service Award.

June 2023 issue

Legacy award honors beloved chemical engineering professor’s teaching

John C. Berg was named the recipient of the UW’s 2023 Distinguished Teaching Legacy Award.

June 2023 issue

Longtime pals sip success at Georgetown Brewing Co.

Pals Manny Chao and Roger Bialous have made Georgetown Brewing a Seattle favorite.

June 2023 issue

Meet the 2023 UW Distinguished Teaching Award recipients

From inspiration to impact, this year’s Distinguished Teaching Award recipients mentor and nurture students from all disciplines.

June 2023 issue

Sea and space grants fuel cutting-edge research at UW

While some universities boast of their land grants, the UW is where you’ll find cutting-edge research and education on sea and space.

June 2023 issue

Leonard Cobb’s lifesaving ideas included Seattle’s Medic One

Dr. Leonard Cobb, a UW professor in the 1960s, devoted his career to lifesaving initiatives like Seattle’s Medic One paramedic program.

June 2023 issue

Renowned author Marilynne Robinson, ’77, found her voice in the Northwest

Her Northwest connections played a big part in Marilynne Robinson’s path to becoming one of the most important authors of our time.

June 2023 issue

Joe Jarzynka won Husky football fans’ hearts with fearless play

Gig Harbor walk-on Joe Jarzynka dazzled the Husky faithful with his fearless play.

June 2023 issue

Husky softball legend Danielle Lawrie inducted into Pac-12 Hall of Honor

Danielle Lawrie is part of the first all-female list of former student-athletes, coaches and administrators being inducted into the Pac-12 Hall of Honor in 2023.

June 2023 issue

Already a UW legend, Leslie Gabriel takes over as volleyball coach

Leslie Gabriel has been part of 618 victories and five NCAA Final Fours with the Huskies’ women’s volleyball program over 26 years.

June 2023 issue

50 years later, writer sees a changed campus for Black UW students

"How wonderful to return to campus and see that the arc of Black history, despite ongoing struggles, still bends toward justice," Audrey Edwards writes.

June 2023 issue

Students work to revive beloved Parnassus café

Students returning to campus after winter break this year found the doors to historic Parnassus closed indefinitely.

June 2023 issue

Updated Jacob Lawrence Gallery reopens its doors

In 1994, the art school’s instructional gallery was dedicated to Jacob Lawrence, recognizing his influence and vision. The time had come for a refresh and a slight relocation.

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