The 2018 Urban Studies Forum gives youth a voice in the shaping of our public spaces.
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For more than a decade, students from Moscow and Tacoma have been working together to develop an international understanding of journalism.
Students are increasingly interested in spending time between quarters engaging with the community through service. Case in point: the Winter BreakAway to the Tacoma Rescue Mission.
Three women are among those pushing UW Tacoma's services for student-parents to a new level.
The 12th annual Breakfast, honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., features Roslyn Brock, chairman emeritus of the NAACP National Board of Directors.
A week-long series of activities, organized by First Gen Fellows, is aimed at helping students survive the rigors of finals week.
A student-driven design for an ofrenda at the Tacoma Art Museum celebrated the life of Robert James Downey, Jr., a UW Tacoma student-veteran who died in January 2017.
A display of flags along UW Tacoma's Prairie Line Trail honors the nation's veterans and commemorates those lost in the Vietnam War.
Chris Burd, '18 Business Administration, made the most of a second chance at a career in the military.