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March 2022 Issue

Tres Tracy Ballon, UW School of Drama Master Carpenter

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).


March 2022 Issue

Remembering Desmond Tutu’s visit to the UW

Twenty years ago, the human rights leader delivered a message of hope to Seattle.


March 2022 Issue

George Tramountanas, ’93, takes on weight loss and Hollywood in new feature film

George Tramountanas, '93, turned personal tragedy to big-screen comedy in his new feature film about a unique incentive for weight loss.


March 2022 Issue

Burke Museum helps fulfill student’s dinosaur dreams

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.


March 2022 Issue

A UW historian tries to make sense of historic times

UW history professor Margaret O’Mara shares her perspective on the pandemic and its echoes from the past.


March 2022 Issue

‘You Deserve the World,’ a poem by Ally Ang, ’21

Ally Ang is a 2021 graduate of the UW Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing, with a focus on poetry.


March 2022 Issue

Innovative UW center designed to power our clean-energy future

A new UW facility will bring together scientists, engineers and students to develop clean-energy solutions for a healthy planet and a sustainable future.


March 2022 Issue

Burke Museum’s mushroom collection fits fungi-friendly Northwest

The Northwest is the perfect place for a mushroom enthusiast; one digs into the Burke Museum’s collection.


March 2022 Issue

Washington marks 50 years of equality for women under the law

In 1972, Washington became one of the earlier states to ratify a gender equity amendment.


March 2022 Issue

Clinic will help navigate ethical, legal and equity implications of technology

A pilot project will establish a public-interest technology clinic to serve local community organizations and governments.


March 2022 Issue

Simple steps to improve young people’s mental health

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.


March 2022 Issue

Gymnast Amara Cunningham is a force on the floor for the Dawgs

Amara Cunningham leads the UW gymnastics team after being named All-Pac-12 Floor First Team as a junior.


March 2022 Issue

Frenchman boosts UW men’s tennis team’s hopes

The Husky men’s tennis team has high hopes this spring, thanks in part to the play of junior Clement Chidekh of Lyon, France.


March 2022 Issue

Huskies aim for Pac-12 Baseball Tournament

Innovation will meet the crack of the bat this spring when the inaugural Pac-12 Baseball Tournament is held May 25-29 in Arizona.


March 2022 Issue

Millions of Apple devices speak UW alum’s programming language

Software developer Tom Love’s innovative programming language became the backbone of every Mac, iPhone and iPad.


March 2022 Issue

Book details rise of public radio as a lifeline for Yakima Valley farmworkers

While working on her doctorate, Monica De La Torre, ’16, studied the Yakima Valley's Radio Cadena. She shares their stories in “Feminista Frequencies."


March 2022 Issue

We want your ASUW Shell House photos

Efforts to preserve and renovate the historic ASUW Shell House on the Montlake Cut continue full speed ahead.


March 2022 Issue

Millie Russell blazed a trail in medicine and became a mentor to many

Millie L.B. Russell, who passed away in November, helped generations of BIPOC students become medical professionals.


March 2022 Issue

Actor Mickey Rowe, ’11, puts autism in the spotlight

Actor Mickey Rowe's book chronicles his journey from a legally blind self-described outcast to the hero of his own story.  


March 2022 Issue

UW custodians’ daughter leads effort to recognize forgotten set of workers

Evalynn Fae Taganna Romano, ’10, ’21, leads an effort recognize an often overlooked group in the pandemic: campus custodians.

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