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Unlocking secrets
of the ocean

Students, scientists, engineers — and even some robots — join forces to build the world’s largest deep–sea ocean observatory off the coast of Washington and Oregon.

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Arctic Immersion

On a mission to learn the language by immersing themselves in the culture, students Jason Young and Walter O’Toole journeyed to the Canadian Arctic to study the native tongue of the Inuit.

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Intergalactic
Show and Tell

The University of Washington Astronomy Department is taking starry nights to the schools, inflating its portable planetarium in classrooms across the Seattle area.

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A NEW REALITY FOR
REHABILITATION

Recovering from a stroke is an arduous process, but thanks to four UW students and their project, virtual reality video games could transform the way patients experience therapy.

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Be Boundless

On Campus

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Exhibits

Here & Now: Native Artists Inspired

A new exhibit at the Burke Museum showcases how today’s artists learn from past generations. The exhibit features 30 new works by contemporary Native artists paired with historic pieces.

Burke Museum

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Arts Roundup

Drama, dance and ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’

There’s dance at the UW World Series, a symposium on implications of privacy around art and cultural institutions, and the Undergraduate Theater Society’s presentation of an Oscar Wilde classic.

Arts UW

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Husky Football

Dawgs run away with convincing win over Beavers

Jaydon Mickens caught a 54-yard touchdown on Washington’s first drive and the Huskies became bowl eligible with a 37-13 win over Oregon State on Saturday night at Husky Stadium.

Game Recap

Fast Facts

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UW Ranking

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