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Traditional, tea party conservatives seem split on foreign policy

Traditional, tea party conservatives seem split on foreign policy

Traditional conservatives and their tea party counterparts may bring different motivations to the November ballot, a UW political scientist says.

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Birds right at home in 'subirdia'

Birds right at home in 'subirdia'

During a decade of bird counts and research, the UW's John Marzluff found an unsurpassed variety of birds in a surprising place: Suburbia.

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UW student population, minority enrollment rise

UW student population, minority enrollment rise

The student population for the three UW campuses increased nearly 3 percent, according to the Fall 2014 census of enrolled students.

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Renowned choreographer brings valuable experience

Renowned choreographer brings valuable experience

UW dance students gain great insight from choreographer Robert Moses through the UW World Series, bringing pros and students together.

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In the arts: Music, drama and a Halloween organ concert

In the arts: Music, drama and a Halloween organ concert

Campus arts activities include drama, lectures, dance and exhibitions, from the start of the UW World Series to a special Halloween organ concert.

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Suzzallo Grandeur

Suzzallo Grandeur

Photo by John Healy

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