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Making waves in
Monitoring the briny depths, the aptly named Millennium Falcon robot serves as the eyes and ears for scientists studying the effects of tidal- and wave-energy projects on marine life.
Flowers on all trees, full bloom by mid-March
The cherry trees in the Quad at the UW are starting to flower and are expected to reach full bloom between the second and third week of March, according to Sara Shores, the UW arborist.
David Horsey discusses Charlie Hebdo, editorial cartooning in volatile times
The UW alumnus and two-time Pulitzer prize-winning editorial cartoonist started out at the Daily, then worked for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer for 30 years before joining the LA Times.
Pilgrimage honors civil-rights struggle
Students, faculty and community members embark on a civil rights pilgrimage across the southern United States led by David Domke, professor and chair of the UW Department of Communication.