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June 2006 issue

When The Daily turned the world upside-down

A map in The Daily seemed to be a helpful aid for campus newcomers. But those who followed it soon found themselves hopelessly lost—and miles from their intended destinations.


June 2019 Issue

Inventing the future: A ‘new landmark’ for computer science and engineering

The UW's Gates Center is a 'new landmark' for computer science and engineering.


June 2019 Issue

‘Cathedral’ on the Cut filled with history and meaning

Nearly torn down in 1975, the ASUW Shell House is still a beloved building on the UW campus.


March 2019 Issue

Character: Inventor Billy Price takes it ‘one foot at a time’

Billy Price, ’02, made his mark as an inventor of innovative footwear.


Dec. 2018 Issue

Across the UW, Paul Allen’s legacy is unmistakable

To the late Paul G. Allen, the University of Washington felt like home.


Dec. 2018 Issue

Myles Gaskin goes out in style

How a kid from Lynnwood became the best running back in Husky history.


Columns Online

Beyond the boats in ‘The Boys in the Boat’

David James Brown’s book is a great tale about the crew team at the 1936 Olympics. But there are more boats to know about than just the one they rowed.


Columns Online

Catching up with this year’s Husky Hall of Fame inductees

Catching up with the 2018 Husky Hall of Fame inductees.


Sept. 2018 Issue

Come on, Washington!

Do you know the history of this sign?


Sept. 2018 Issue

Bobby Jones refuses to stop

From Compton to MontIake to Rome, Bobby Jones is Iiving the dream.


June 2018 issue

Husky football star Junior Coffey went from the NFL to training racehorses

Junior Coffey went from the NFL to training racehorses. He's been one of the most successful trainers at Emerald Downs.


June 2018 issue

Colorful softball squad lives on in Husky IMA legend

Why did we keep playing softball even after graduating? Because we loved softball and the IMA league was much more fun than other leagues. And we really wanted those championship T-shirts.


June 2018 issue

UW and Seattle welcome the 2018 Special Olympics

This summer's Special Olympic Games likely will be the most notable sporting event at the UW and the Puget Sound region as a whole since the 1990 Goodwill Games.


March 2018 issue

Isaiah Thomas goes #2therafters

Isaiah Thomas became the third Husky basketball player to have his jersey retired by the University of Washington.


Dec. 2006 issue

100 top books by 100 UW authors

To celebrate the literary achievements of our UW community, the editors of Columns asked 15 faculty, alumni and book publishing professionals to help choose 100 outstanding books by 100 UW authors.