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Elizabeth Thelen poses with a horse breeder at the Balotra Horse and Camel Fair.
October 1, 2005
October 1, 2005
Abraham Lee and Paul Maupoux set up the camera.
October 1, 2005
A feature-length film was the focus of a new DXARTS "Digital Production Studio" course. Most students arrived with little or no experience, but they quickly proved they had the talent and determination to make a film. Read More
Student writing on oversized pad of paper while Jennifer Aumann looks on.
June 8, 2005
In the past few years, the UW Creative Writing Program has encouraged an increasing number of MFA students to reach out to K-12 students and classrooms. Read More
Bill Talbott
June 1, 2005
Philosophy professor William Talbott’s new book suggests that some rights should be universal, regardless of national, religious, or cultural differences. Read More
Donald Petersen
June 1, 2005
Don Petersen, former chairman and CEO of Ford Motor Company, has been an inspirational chair of the College of Arts and Sciences' board for the past six years. Read More
The 2005 Ethics Bowl team poses with the  championship trophy.
June 1, 2005
A UW team participating in the National Ethics Bowl, a competition of ethical analysis, finished in first place. Read More
Zev Handel.
March 2, 2005
When A&S faculty are courted by other universities with greater resources, they must decide whether to stay or go. Most choose to stay at the UW. In this article, they share their reasons for staying--or leaving. Read More
Floyd and Delores Jones.
March 2, 2005
Eight years after his death, the work of hip-hop artist Tupac Shakur lives on. A UW course that explored his literary influences has led to a Seattle Public Library discussion series. Read More
Chia-Hui Huang.
March 1, 2005
Chia-Hui Huang made a promise to herself to donate her first paycheck to the Linguistics Department after earning her PhD--and she kept her promise. Read More
"If people are encouraged to read by his example, well, I think he'd see that as a cool thing," says Georgia Roberts, above, about the late hip-hop artist Tupac Shakur.
March 1, 2005
Eight years after his death, the work of hip-hop artist Tupac Shakur lives on. A UW course that explored his literary influences has led to a Seattle Public Library discussion series. Read More
Cathleen Mattson, left, works with clinician Stephanie Rosentrater on rebuilding her language skills during her twice-weekly sessions.
March 1, 2005
The Speech and Hearing Clinic serves a dual role--as a resource for the community and a teaching tool for students. Read More
October 1, 2004
Psychology Professor Marsha Linehan has developed a new approach, dialectical behavior therapy, for treating intensely suicidal patients Read More
Murals placed outside the Seattle Public Library were filled with words and images by the end of the day.
October 1, 2004
Through The September Project, September 11 has become a day for citizens across the nation--and beyond--to discuss patriotism, citizenship, and democracy. Read More
Jerilyn McIntyre
October 1, 2004
Seven A&S alumni who have served as college or university presidents discuss their experiences in academia. Read More

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