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Tristan Seniuk has taken about 20 film-related courses at the UW.
July 8, 2008
The College has seen a dramatic increase in film-related courses and programs in the past decade, ranging from classes on film genres and directors to courses on digital cinema production. Read More
July 8, 2008
In the Classics course "Classic Mythology Through Film," students study cinematic versions of ancient myths. Read More
Native Voices students, past and present, gathered recently at the 2008 Native Voices Film Festival.
July 7, 2008
Though the Native Voices program, students create film documentaries involving Indigenous research. Read More
Angelina Godoy (center, seated) with students in the Responsible Apparel Purchasing task force.
July 7, 2008
Students in the Jackson School's Responsible Apparel Purchasing task force explored labor issues related to the production of apparel that bears a University of Washington logo. Related stories: The President as Evaluator Read More
A&S alumni on the staff at the Northwest African American Museum include (from left) Barbara Lavert, Brian Carter, Kay Hubbard, Barbara Earl Thomas, and Carver Gayton (now retired).
July 7, 2008
The new Northwest African American Museum opened in Seattle in March, with many A&S alumni among its dedicated staff. Read More
Alumni who participated in Professor Herbert Ellison's 1995 task force, "Russia and the Near Abroad," toasted Ellison during the 25th anniversary event.
July 1, 2008
The Jackson School’s Task Force Program celebrates 25 years. Read More
2008 Dean's Medalists for the College of Arts and Sciences include (from left) Josh Fincher, Ben Cowin, Graham Griffiths, Alice Gosti, and Jeff Eaton.
July 1, 2008
The College has selected five top graduating seniors as Dean's Medalists for 2008. Read More
Ana Marie Cauce
February 5, 2008
"I feel lucky to have the opportunity to give my best efforts to the part of this university that I most love," says Ana Mari Cauce, who becomes dean of the College on March 31. Read More
Mary Kollar offers a poem each month through the poem box outside her home on Seattle’s Capitol Hill.
February 1, 2008
In Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, A&S alumna Mary Kollar ('65, '81) shares poetry with passersby through a poetry box outside her house. Read More
Ryan Hendricks, lead electrician for Meany Hall, sits at the light console for the new lighting system.
February 1, 2008
A new lighting system provides much-needed flexibility for the many productions presented at Meany Hall. Read More
In a newly renovated freshman chemistry lab, students work on experiments at islands that accommodate six students, with easy access to the teaching assistant.
February 1, 2008
The UW's aging freshman chemistry laboratories have been described as "something out of Dickens." With renovations, they are now ready for the 21st century. Read More
Picture of someone in costume
February 1, 2008
Through the School of Drama's Adopt an Actor program, donors are paired with an actor entering his or her final year of the Professional Actor Training Program. Read More
"A president may be genuinely religious or not," says David Domke, above, "but talking about it, and deciding when and where to say it, is a choice."
October 1, 2007
In a new book, Communications professor David Domke looks at important shifts in the use of religion in political messaging, beginning in the 1980s. Read More
Through the group Comics on Duty, Drake Witham has made two trips to Iraq to perform for U.S. troops.
October 1, 2007
Drake Witham ('96) has taken his stand-up act to Seattle's Bumbershoot Festival, Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, and U.S. military bases in Iraq. Read More

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