The answer may have come from a scholar with only a masterís degree, a curious mind and the courage to update Darwin.
By Bruce Barcott
The voices of Native Americans are being heard as never before at the UW.
By Julie Garner
How 61,000 floating Nikes helped an oceanographer find his calling.
By Curtis Ebbesmeyer and Eric Scigliano
COLUMNS GOES GREEN!
The print version of this issue was printed on a recycled paper from a mill that is just 15 miles from the company that prints Columns. The ink used on these pages is soy-based vegetable ink, meaning it is more biodegradable than standard ink. By using recycled paper, soy-based ink and a reduced carbon footprint, Columns is working to be a better steward of our environment.
- Economic Downturn Hits UW Right in the Wallet
- We're in Beijing
- Tuskegee Airman Flying High
- Husky Sports Roundup
- Double Shot of Coffee .
- Sarkisian Sees W's in the UW's Not-So-Distant Future
- All the President's Memoirs
- Alumni Boost UW's Efforts to Revive Nutrition Program
- First Responders
- Helping the Blind and Deaf Feel at Home in a Wired World
- Too Many Missed Shots
- Knowing the Enemy
- The Healing Arts
- Warblers Do It, Sparrows Do It...
- Hello Huskies: A Message from UWAA Executive Director Chuck Blumenfeld, '66, '69
- Fascinating Lectures all Spring Long at the UW
- Coaches Tour:: When the Play-Callers Come Calling
- Dawg Days in the Desert: Your First Chance to Rub Elbows with Coach Sarkisian
- Alumnotes: What's New With You!
- Obituaries: Alumni, faculty and friends of the University.
- Ken Barron, '03: Found in Translation
- Joe Garrett, '73: It Was a Very Odd Year
- Harriet Carroll McCarthy, '52: 1930-2008
- Oded Schramm: 1961-2008
- Traditions: Egged On
- Alumnotes Page: How to submit a class note plus our Alumnotes Archive