Have you heard the one about the seven female students who entered the UW's new journalism program? They changed the face of communications in America.
The year was 1909, and one of the students, Georgina MacDougall, '11, came up with the idea for a women's journalism society. Theta Sigma Phi was founded.
Over the next 75 years, Theta Sigma Phi—now The Association for Women in Communication—grew to include communicators in all fields.
AWC will hold its 100th anniversary conference Oct. 15–17 at the Seattle Sheraton Hotel. For more information on the centennial celebration, visit www.womcom.org.
Columns Digital Magazine
The UW Alumni Association is proud to announce that Columns is now available as an interactive digital magazine. It's presented using the Issuu viewer so you can browse through it just as you would the printed version. You can zoom in, print pages or share articles by e-mail.
Just click the "Digital magazine" link next to the cover image to start browsing.
Need a little more help? Gets some tips for using the Issuu viewer.