Caroline Fukui-Sketchley

The UW Needs Us Now More Than Ever

The UW impacts lives across the state, the nation and our world. But this global reach has local roots. From the University District to the vineyards of Walla Walla, the UW strengthens our state economy and transforms our culture. More than 213,000 UW alumni live, work and play in Washington state, making it clear that Huskies are staying here to create jobs, raise families and make our region even stronger.
Tracie Stevens

Alumninaries: Tracie Stevens

Tracie Stevens, ’06, is the first woman to chair the National Indian Gaming Commission, the agency that regulates the $27 billion Indian gaming industry. Read more.
Lynn Borland

Aluminaries: Lynn Borland

Husky fan Lynn Borland, ’66, aims to set the record straight about Gilmour Dobie, the Huskies head football coach from 1908 to 1916. Read more.
Burr Odell

Burr Odell, 1914-2010

Burr Odell, ’37, thought to be one of the last surviving University of Washington alumni to attend the first game ever played in Husky Stadium, in 1920, died Dec. 7. Read more.
Roger E. Moe

Roger E. Moe, 1930-2010

Roger Moe, ’52, ’59, ’68, who as a UW professor used his personal experience as a cancer patient to shape how he cared for breast-cancer patients he treated, died Nov. 26. Read more.
Holiday Bowl

Huskies in Bowl Heaven

The Husky Holiday Bowl Warm Up was the place to be on game day for roughly 4,000 fans. We enjoyed sunny weather, good food, Xbox Kinect and plenty of Husky spirit. Read more.

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