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.
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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.
In an op-ed, UW Tacoma Professor Emeritus Rob Crawford calls out CIA director nominee Gina Haspel and Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo for their support of torture and Pompeo's "Islamophobia."
The Merkle Hotel at 2405 Pacific Avenue has been purchased by Premier Residential, which plans to convert the building into micro-apartments targeted at UW Tacoma students.
Social Work & Criminal Justice Associate Professor Eric Madfis is quoted on the demographics of mass killers.
UW Tacoma's Mike Honey talks to Jennifer Glasse of NPR's On Point, about the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s campaign for economic justice.
In this op-ed column, UW Tacoma's Mike Honey discusses "the King we rearely talk about," who "fought to remake America's political and economic system from the ground up."
Broadcaster Ted Land reports that "Michael Honey, a UW Tacoma professor, is attending events in Memphis where King was killed."
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.
Urban Studies Associate Professor Anne Taufen is co-director of UW's Livable City Year project, which has selected Bellevue for the 2018-19 academic year.