Thamar Theodore and museum staffer Leilani Lewis stand by the Book of the Bound exhibit.

Last Monday, Professor Ralina Joseph and her Black Cultural Studies class participated in a Day of Service at the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM). Marking the inauguration of President Obama’s second term and the celebration of MLK Day, the museum…

MCDM Associate Director receives award for community service in the realm of hip-hop

By Erica Thompson Last Monday, Associate Director of the MCDM Program Scott Macklin received the 2013 King County Executive’s Award for Excellence in Hip Hop – Community Service. Other awards are given for Innovative Performer and Business, all honoring the…

Come celebrate the airing of the Seattle Globalist’s latest radio special!

On Monday, January 28th at 8 p.m., KUOW will be airing an hour-long radio special titled Generation Putin produced by the Seattle Globalist and the Public Radio Exchange, with the support of the Open Society Foundations. Host Brooke Gladstone talks…

Lecturer positions

The Department of Communication at the University of Washington seeks to hire three full-time Lecturers on three-year contracts, beginning autumn 2013. The new faculty will contribute primarily to undergraduate education. The Department of Communication is an intellectually robust environment that includes…

Consensus or controversy: Ceccarelli is awarded for tackling this heated debate

Is the question of global warming really a controversial issue or is it just framed as such by politicians, and the like, even though the majority of scientists agree on the facts? UW Communication Associate Professor and Associate Chair Leah…

Comm students begin reporting for 2013 Olympia Legislative session

by Christopher Duclos The Olympia Legislative Reporting Internship is a fantastic training opportunity for students who hope to become political reporters, or want to find out what a career in political journalism might entail. For the past 40 years, Communication…

Ciao Huskies! UWComm students invade Rome

Rome is considered by many as a European epicenter of art, history food and culture. This quarter, 21 Communication students decided to take their learning abroad to Rome and its surrounding areas to learn about the city’s local, national and…

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