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At Northwest Harvest, Urban Studies alumnus Chris Suh connects with people by remembering his own journey out of poverty.
Sarah Smith, senior in communications, recently completed a documentary about an underwater ocean observatory, learning more about "one of the most underexplored places known to humans."
Hien Hong, ’15, saw that wellness had a diversity issue and set out to change that.
UW Tacoma's record fall 2020 enrollment of 5,380 is a testament to the resilience of our returning and continuing students.
A passion for reading and a turbulent childhood lead Professor Belinda Louie to create Project TELL which supports English language learners and their families.
On the latest episode of Paw'd Defiance, the UW Tacoma podcast, members of the UW Tacoma community talk about why they vote and why they think voting is important.
Some monsters hide under beds or in sewer drains. Most, however, live inside us. Ingrid Walker and Dustin Annis talk about the role of the monstrous imagination in culture and politics.
The 2020 national election is shaping up to be one of the most consequential in U.S. history. Regardless of your political leaning, if you need help navigating, you may find useful resources here.
“Racism is a stressor that causes wounds to the individuals who are exposed to it,” says Sharon Laing. Listen to Laing and Wendy Barrington in a two-part podcast from Paw’d Defiance.