A News Tribune editorial says a UW Tacoma law program would be a valuable source of locally-trained legal professionals, and calls on the community to fund the program's startup costs.
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UW Tacoma's Center for Strong Schools' work on the Tacoma Whole Child Initiative with Tacoma Public Schools is profiled. 26 elementary, middle and high schools are involved.
UW Tacoma will use its part of a $412,000 grant from National Institute of Standards and Technology to expand cybersecurity and leadership studies among veterans.
Story announcing opening celebration includes News Tribune file photo from 2012, depicting rail route prior to renovation.
Pat Shuman, president of Tacoma Community College Foundation, describes rationale for upcoming child-centered community symposium at UW Tacoma.
Elemental Pizza will open a restaurant in the Pagni & Lenti building, owned by UW Tacoma. Co-owner James Allard recently met with decendents of the Pagni family to reminisce about the grocery store that occupied the space starting in 1903.
The Seattle Times reviews the book Trying Home, by UW Tacoma librarian and head of media and visual resources Justin Wadland.
Associate Professor Beverly Naidus was part of a panel dealing with race and art, put on in response to the recent production of The Mikado. The article includes Seattle Channel video of the event.
A driver lost control of her vehicle, crashing onto the main steps of the UW Tacoma campus.
Civic leader and UW Tacoma champion Dawn Lucien is celebrated, as the Tacoma Room on campus is renamed as the Dawn Lucien Room.