11/14 Communication Open House and Orientation

The Department of Communication is hosting its first Communication Open House and Orientation event on Friday, November 14, 2014 from 3-5pm in the CMU building’s first floor. Snacks and a photo booth will be provided. Come and meet our faculty,…

Lance Bennett’s Connective Action on ‘The Conversation’

On September 29, 2014, Professor Lance Bennett delivered a public lecture on his recently published book “The Logic of Connective Action” at the University of Sidney. The lecture, which was part of an Australian Political Studies Association plenary session, was…

MARCHING TO SELMA: HOW MLK, LBJ, & THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT CHANGED THE WORLD

Fifty years ago in March 1965, the nation watched as Alabama state troopers brutally beat civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma in what became known as “Bloody Sunday.” Two weeks later the same marchers walked 54…

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Eric Nalder leads workshops for students

Department of Communication Alumni Hall of Fame member Eric Nalder (B.A., 1968) recently retired from 42 years of investigative reporting for the Seattle Times, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the San Jose Mercury News, and Hearst Newspapers, among others. During his long…

The Debate Team takes a break to wander around Central Park in New York City.

The University of Washington Debate Union found quick success in its return to the college policy debate, narrowly missing the final round of competition at the US Military Academy in West Point, New York. Despite facing opponents with more tournaments…

Launch Party: Alumna Karen Gaudette Brewer debuts new PNW seafood book

Alumna Karen Gaudette Brewer (B.A., 2000) will launch her new book “Seafood Lover’s Pacific Northwest: Restaurant, Markets, Recipes & Traditions” on November 7 at the University Book Store at 7 p.m. The seafood guide, which is officially published on November…

Second Civil Rights Pilgrimage concludes, impact sings on

The second Civil Rights Pilgrimage concluded two weeks ago but remains to leave a strong resonance of a beloved community here in Seattle. Through the words and photographs among the pilgrims of this journey, viewers can experience a glimpse of…

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