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Red Square visions: Landscape architecture students compete to redesign a campus landmark

Who says Red Square has to be red?

Black flagstones might beautify that sea of brick.

Think money in politics got ‘reformed?’ Just try running for Senate in 2006

Anyone interested in joining the United States Senate next year had better make the following New Year’s resolution — pile up at least $10 million.

Professor Harry Bruce named dean of Information School

Harry Bruce, a faculty member at the UW Information School, has been named dean of the school effective Jan.

Charter schools serve more minority, low-income students, study shows

America’s charter schools serve a larger percentage of minority and low-income students than do the nation’s traditional public schools, according to a comprehensive new study of the growing charter movement.

Gates Foundation gives $33 million to UW for scholarships to spur careers in public service law

The University of Washington School of Law has received a $33.

Charter schools serving more urban and disadvantaged students, study finds

America’s charter schools serve a larger percentage of minority and low-income students than do the nation’s traditional public schools, according to a comprehensive new study of the growing charter movement.

Sex and violence in 1906: UW prof writes of ‘vigilante newspapers’

Saturation media coverage of strange rituals, weird attire and sexual eccentricities put the case in the public spotlight for weeks on end.

State ballot measures draw record amounts of cash

Record amounts of cash have gone to statewide ballot initiatives this year in Washington, according to data compiled by a student research team at the University of Washington.

Study finds that school-funding loopholes leave poor children behind

The nation’s main program for educating the disadvantaged, Title I, is hampered by loopholes that prevent it from fulfilling its mission, according to a new study.

MEDIA ADVISORY: Governor, academics and business leaders to speak on Washington’s economic competitiveness

WHAT: “Education and Productivity: A 21st Century Workforce” conference.

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