25 Years. Already
Twenty-five years ago, higher education in the state of Washington changed when the UW opened campuses in Bothell and Tacoma.
Now in his sixth year as the King County Assessor, Lloyd Hara, ’62, ’64, continues to blaze trails.
Since she was a student in pharmacy school, Shelly Gray has felt a strong connection to the situation many elderly patients find themselves in.
Jon Bridgman, 1930-2015
He adored the past, and for more than five decades he infused thousands of students with this adoration.
Ivan Doig, 1939-2015
He used the Ph.D. in history he earned here to create people in his novels who were authentic, down to the historical details and the way they spoke.
Norman Johnston, 1918-2015
He had the buttons on his blazers replaced by those bearing the UW’s crest; such was his love for this University.
Over the past five years, she has raised and donated more than $100,000 to UW Medicine to help eradicate ovarian cancer.
My Oh Mike!
A team-record 33 RBI! That’s what former Husky-turned-Seattle-Mariner Mike Blowers pulled off 20 years ago in August 1995 to help send the M’s to their first playoff berth.
Give Me Five
Dan Kingma was certain that he was a Husky, even if that meant joining the men’s basketball program as a walk-on.
For decades, water ballet flourished in the pool, thanks to the UW’s own Silverfish Synchronized Swimming Team.
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