Have Americans lost sight of the real MLK? Brian Balogh, professor of history at the University of Virginia, interviews UW Tacoma's Mike Honey on King's campaign for economic justice.
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On the heels of the death of family scion Erivan Haub, his son Karl-Erivan has been reported missing in the Swiss Alps. The Haub family helped establish UW Tacoma.
An editorial points out that Tacoma's Eastside "is where you'll find a solid chunk of Tacoma's blue-collar foundation." An inventory of historic structures is being compiled by the UW Livable City Year project, of which Urban Studies's Anne Taufen is faculty co-director.
Urban Studies assistant professor Jim Thatcher shares his reasons for switching from a smartphone to a flip phone. This story was published in dozens of media outlets nationwide.
Lecturer Cynthia Howson writes--with her husband Pierre Ly of University of Puget Sound--about the Chinese wine industry.
UW Tacoma corporate spinout KenSci, co-founded by Dr. Ankur Teredesai, is a finalist in GeekWire's "Innovation of the Year" contest.
Op-ed co-authors Erick Seelbach, from the Pierce County AIDS Foundation, and Ingrid Walker, associate professor of American Studies, call on Pierce County to make public health decisions "based on research and evidence not fear and stigma."
Much of "Last Seen in Idaho," by filmmakers Eric Colley and Hallie Shepherd, was filmed in locations around the South Sound. Colley and Shepherd used interns from local schools, including UW Tacoma.
"Nonprofit warrior. Mother of three. Whether changing lives at work or out adventuring around Tacoma, Kelly Blucher is basically a superwoman." She is a 2015 alumna of UW Tacoma.
Joe Lawless, Executive Director at UW Tacoma's Center for Leadership and Social Responsibility, comments on an apartment redevelopment project in which long-time tenants are being asked to move prior to renovations.