New in Columns: The UW’s internationally-known architecture department enters its second century with bold designs on the future; UW Tacoma doesn’t just educate students–it works with local organizations to improve life in the south Puget Sound region; U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan goes after bad guys with her tell-it-like-it-is style, sense of humor and an unyielding commitment to justice; Probing the world of animal-human connections is the focus of artist Ann Hamilton, whose new show opens at Henry Art Gallery in October.
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- An excerpt of No-No Boy, a classic of Asian American literature
- A trio of Public Health grads lead WA’s implementation of health care reform
- Professor Charles Johnson and his daughter Elisheba collaborate on a children’s book
- Learn about the software that is changing how UW and other universities are tackling fundraising
- Triathlete Ed Wong, ’71, ’98, sets a new record for finishing 31 consecutive Ironman Canada races