UW Tacoma joins with UW campuses in Seattle and Bothell to mark Juneteenth on June 19, 2021.
Members of the Class of 2021 can hold their heads high as survivors and achievers. Through pandemic and polemic, they have completed the next stage of their journeys through life. We present a sampling of their stories.
Felix Aráoz-Copley says, even after many trials and tribulations, he would not change a thing about his experience as a first-generation, immigrant, Latinx, queer student at UW Tacoma.
Max Raeburn’s experience as a student leader was transformative, even through the course of the pandemic.
This year’s Commencement student speaker, Davina Pasillas wants to encourage people to use their voices. She wants to inspire her siblings and her kids to shoot for the stars.
Rebecca Morgan’s new degree in technical communication will sweeten her current position at a Tacoma candy company, and may open doors for her freelance web design business.
Her mother, her family, herself – these three things inspired Paola Jean Caguiat Chua to pursue a degree in biomedical sciences. Along the way, she helped define the first-gen experience for future generations of students at UW Tacoma.
As a pragmatic person, Sarah Abruzzini has learned lessons both in and out of the classroom. Her degree in biomedical sciences fulfills her interest in mysteries and in being challenged.
Six UW Tacoma students are making the most of their UW experience, and are recognized with the 2021 Husky 100 honor.