UW Debate Union hosts roundtable redefining cybercrime

More than 120 people attended a roundtable discussion on the legal implications of cybercrime on Monday, March 4, in Kane Hall. The event was put on by the Department of Communication’s new debate program, whose goal is to build and…

Auction Funds: How do they help?

As the 4th annual Spring Fundraiser quickly approaches, we wanted to share a few stories about how the money raised at past auctions has helped students and their endeavors: Sean Wong, a senior double majoring in Communication and Marketing, is…

Women will rock, this Saturday

UW faculty members Michelle Habell-Pallan, Angelica Macklin and Sonnet Retman are proud to host the third annual “Women Who Rock” un-conference and film festival on Saturday, March 9th at Washington Hall in Seattle. This year’s festival celebrates the release of…

Make yourself more marketable: Land your dream job

Wednesday, March 6, 2013: Make yourself more marketable: Land your dream job 5-6:30 p.m. CMU 126 RSVP: vsprang@uw.edu Companies look at your individual experiences as only one part of the whole package. Are you sharing the right information? Join to…

Senior Lecturer Mike Henderson retires after 19 years

When students think about UW’s journalism program, one particular lecturer comes to mind. This educator is Mike Henderson, known for his unique sense of humor and ability to impart knowledge to students, thereby creating better writers. After a 19-year tenure,…

Davila spotlighted on UW Alumni blog

Blog Down to Washington, curated by the UW Alumni Association, featured our very own part-time lecturer Florangela Davila this week. A veteran of journalism, Davila talks about the importance of storytelling, a skill that can be used in any job….

Seattle Just Isn’t Big Enough

The path to college wasn’t set in stone for senior journalism student Michael Lopez. Born in Mexico City to a single mother who worked for everything they had, Lopez learned the value of hard work and what it means to…

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