June 1997 Columns

Only a Game: Pro Sports' Impact on the Economy is Closer to a Bunt than a Home Run, but There May Be Other Reasons to Keep Teams Swinging at Home.

Close Call: The 1997 UW Alumnus Summa Laude Dignatus Was a Pioneer in Photorealism and Survived a Spinal Blood Clot to Paint Again. A exhibit of Chuck Close's work will be on view at the Seattle Art Museum February 18-May 9, 1999.

The Best of 1997: The UW Honors the Best Teachers, TAs and Public Servants of the Year.

For the Sake of a Cure: From Bone Marrow Transplants to Cancer Vaccines, Patients in the UW Clinical Research Center Opt for Experiments that Could Save Lives--Maybe Even Their Own.


Letters to the Editor: Incarcerated into the Military, Easy Targets, Cultural Racism, Gutter Speech, Hidden Treasures and other topics.

On and Off the Ave: Homeless Move into Campus Buildings, All in the Family, Popular and/or Quirky UW Web Sites.

Our Back Pages: The Day the Campus Went 'Bully', Teddy Roosevelt's 1911 visit to the UW.

Prelude: Editor's Column on Choosing the Alumnus of the Year

Briefings: News About the UW

Tuition To Rise, As Will Faculty Salaries, Under New State Budget

Kincaid Blaze Destroys Lab; Evolution Research in Ashes

Family Ties to UW Span Century, Gift Carries Legacy into New Millenium

Columns Wins 13 Awards In Writing, Editing, Design

Reverse Discrimination Suit Aimed at UW Law School

18 UW Programs Get Top Rankings In U.S. News Survey

Washington Post's Meg Greenfield To Address 9,000 UW Graduates

Research Briefs on 'Imagination Inflation,' Female Hormones and Facial Pain, Drug Therapy for Heart Attacks

Appointments, Honors

Alumni News

David Fagerlie, '81, Is New Head of UW Alumni Association .

Newest Grads Get Benefit of Free UWAA Membership .

UW Alumni Programs, Staff Honored By Peers In Higher Ed .

Multicultural Group Seeks Distinguished Alumni For Awards Program .

Victor Mills, the Man Who Invented Pampers

Gregory Falls, 1922-1997, UW Drama Director and Leader of Seattle Theater Revival

Alumnotes: News from the Classes 1932-1996

In Memory: Obituaries of Alumni and Faculty from the Class Years 1924-1981

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