When campus is "closed" for inclement weather, there is still a lot going on behind the scenes to keep classes on track and prepare for reopening.
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A Picasso drawing in the UW Tacoma Library has traveled from Paris to Hiroshima to Tacoma in the name of peace.
The Washington Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects presented its 2017 Award of Excellence to the landscape architecture firm PLACE for its design of UW Tacoma's Prairie Line Trail.
It's the season for tire chains, flooded roads, downed trees and power outages. Here's a reminder about UW Tacoma stormy weather policies and a guide to information about closures and delays.
Why, why now, when, for whom, with what and will it be used—these are a few of the questions Chancellor Mark Pagano answers about UW Tacoma’s newly-launched strategic planning process.
A rain garden on UW Tacoma's segment of the Prairie Line Trail treats stormwater from a 42-acre area above campus. Here's how it works.
A guide to public art on the UW Tacoma campus lists more than 80 works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Dale Chihuly, Gerard Tsutakawa and Dawoud Bey.
Seattle has one. Bothell has one. Now Tacoma has the opportunity for its own iconic W statue.
The Prairie Line trail has received the 2015 Working Across Boundaries award from the Pierce County Regional Council.