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Featured stories in the latest issue

Zeke Augustine and three colleagues work to cover a dinosaur bone with plaster.

Dinosaur dreams

UW junior Zeke Augustine has sifted through soil for microscopic fossils and helped dig up a Triceratops. The Burke Museum has been at the heart of his Husky Experience.

MEET ZEKE

Why the best morning routine is tailored to you

UW Medicine Primary & Urgent Care’s Dr. Sona Bhatti offers ideas for rethinking your routine so you can create a morning schedule you’ll stick with and enjoy.

SEE TIPS

Three foster alumni

Bean counters

A string of Foster School alumni are purveyors of fine coffee and chocolate.

Meet the Alumni