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A passion takes root
From lab to greenhouse to mountaintop, Ava Kloss-Schmidt, ’22, turned her fascination with plants into a breadth of research and discovery at the UW.
New year. New classes. New adventures. As our community kicks off autumn quarter together, cheer on your fellow Huskies and get excited about all the possibilities for the year ahead.
Believe the hype
MaKayla Woods, ’22, came to the 新濠天地娱乐 to be accepted for who she was. What she found was a place where she could become her best self.
Dubs Up for W Day!
On Oct. 14, the world will light up with Purple Pride for W Day — an annual celebration of the 新濠天地娱乐 and all things Husky.
News & Events
Chamber Dance Company returns to the stage
Comprised of UW graduate students, the Chamber Dance Company is refocusing on what makes dance important and will exclusively perform contemporary works created within the last 15 years at this year’s annual performance. Check it out this week from Oct. 13-16 in the Meany Hall Studio Theatre.
Turning the tide on Seattle’s waterfront
An $835 million waterfront project is a public-private effort to reconnect the city’s downtown with Puget Sound. The new seawall, which was designed with help from UW scientists and engineers serves as the foundation, providing a habitat for countless wildlife.
Safely gathering for autumn quarter classes and experiences
Autumn quarter classes, experiences and services will again be offered largely in person as we continue to stay vigilant to the continued presence of COVID-19. The University recommends wearing a high-quality mask inside UW facilities where they aren’t otherwise required.