UW Tacoma student LeShawn Gamble has overcome traumatic injury and incarceration to become a leading voice and artist in the community.
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Beck Adelante, '18 Arts, Media & Culture, learned to be brave at UW Tacoma, and translated that onto the stage and into a Husky 100 award.
UW Tacoma aims to give on-campus theater a name with production of Naomi Iizuka's Anon(ymous).
Art by students of IAS associate professor Beverly Naidus is on display through June 12 in the UW School of Social Work's first-floor gallery. The exhibit is entitled "Job Fair?" and was created as part of the "Labor, Globalization and Art" course.
UW Tacoma alumnus and Destiny City Comics owner Michael Fitzgerald discusses the exciting challenges of going from student to entrepreneur in a few short months.
Margaret Lundberg, ’13, ’14, turned her passion for writing into two college degrees, a novel and a lifelong connection to UW Tacoma.
Charles McDonald, ‘13, walks away from the longstanding game show with $54,790 in cash and prizes.
Kylie Lanthorn's path to UW Tacoma took her to the stage of Carnegie Hall. She is the first recipient of the Chancellor's Medal to have entered UW Tacoma as a freshman.