• Anthropology of Garbage
  • Northwest Modernism
  • Rat City Rollergirls
  • Shunting Death
Anthropology of Garbage
Northwest Modernism
Rat City Rollergirls
Shunting Death
New in Columns: Lecturer Jason De Leon explores modern migration through discarded items; a new film documents the birth of Northwest Modernism, which became hot in the land of rain and little sun; fifty years later, one UW creation is still offering people with kidney failure a loophole to life.
Findings

Findings

Last fall, Jay and Maureen Neitz, who joined the UW School of Medicine faculty in 2008, reported in the journal Nature that they had cured color-blindness in two squirrel monkeys using gene therapy. Read more.

Traditions

The work of past students in Jim Nicholls' Materials and Construction Assemblies II class can still be seen around campus. Read more.
The Husky Union Building (HUB) will close its doors July 1 to begin a two-year renovation. What's your favorite HUB memory? Share your stories.
Flip through the March 2010 issue online in its entirety using Issuu,a web-based magazine creation software.

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