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Paul Rucker

UW Welcomes the Next Generation

Thirty years ago, minorities made up 7 percent of the student population; today, that figure is more than 30 percent. And Husky Promise, the UW's commitment to paying full tuition for thousands of financially disadvantaged students, continues to make dreams possible.
Annie Lam

Aluminaries: Annie Lam

UW Department of Pharmacy lecturer has worked tirelessly to emphasize the importance of community outreach. Read more.
Phil Smart

Aluminaries: Phil Smart

His encapsulates one of Seattle's most beloved businessmen, philanthropists and volunteers. Read more.
Gretchen Whiting

Gretchen Howison Whiting, 1968-2009

When Whiting was diagnosed with stage III melanoma in 2004, she began a journey to educate the public. Read more.
Jean Reichenbach

Jean Reichenbach, 1937-2009

Vowing to beat ovarian cancer, she survived 17 years when doctors predicted she would live only two. Read more.


The deaths of Samuel E. Kelly and Jim Owens marked the passing of two towering UW figures. Read more.
Carrie Cowgill

Century of Scholarships

In 1909, UW awarded $100 to Carrie Cowgill, the school's first female recipient of a UW scholarship. Read more.

2009 Homecoming

Don't miss the 2009 Homecoming celebration, including the big game against Oregon and much more. Read more.
1959 Reunion

Class of 1959

The Cherry Tree Class will gather the Friday before Homecoming to celebrate its 50-year reunion. Read more.

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