• 12th Man

    A class project aims to protect Seahawks fans' hearing without sacrificing team spirit. View Story.
  • Citizenship

    A new course looks at evolving citizenship laws and what they say about our nation. Learn more.
  • Anne Hamilton

    The new Henry exhibition encourages give and take, with visitors rarely leaving empty-handed. View Story.
  • Campus History Quiz

    Think you know your UW history? Time to take our campus history quiz. View Story.
  • New Reads

    Books make great holiday gifts! Here are some recent arrivals written by A&S alumni. View Story.

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UW researchers helping region get ready for the next Big One
On the 315th anniversary of a massive earthquake off the coast of Washington and Oregon, UW scientists are helping prepare the region for a repeat event that could come at any time. Learn more at UW Today.
Seattle Actors Travel To A Country Where Art Is Dangerous
When Seattle theater troupe, The Seagull Project, comprised of School of Drama faculty and alumni make the long journey to Tashkent, Uzbekistan last spring, the artists had no idea what was in store for them. Learn more at KUOW.

From the Current Issue of Perspectives Newsletter

12th Man

Looking Out for the 12th Man
A class project aims to protect Seahawks fans' hearing without sacrificing their team spirit.Read Story

Asa Mercer

Know Your Campus History? A UW Quiz
Test your knowledge of UW history, from its earliest days through the tumultuous Vietnam era. Read Story

John Findlay

A Bumpy Road for Citizenship
A new course looks at evolving citizenship laws and what they say about our nation. Read Story

Lila book cover

Great Reads by A&S Alums
A&S alumni have been busy writing, with new offerings in fiction, nonfiction, memoir, poetry, and more.Read Story