Magic and mysticism. Angels and demons.
It's hard to find a dull moment in Mika Ahuvia's syllabus. The assistant professor of Jewish Studies teaches a class called Heroes, Heretics, and Radicals: The Beginnings of Judaism and Christianity.
Sports. People participate in them–or avoid them–for a lot of different reasons. For the past two years I have been avoiding them. But recently, I joined a rowing team. A Team In Training. The Team In Training (TNT) program, through the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), helps fund blood cancer research by getting a bunch [...]
The University Y Student Center is more than a building—it’s a community. The Y staff is dedicated to giving members an amazing experience through their custom-sculpted rock wall, group fitness classes, Fit Path personal wellness coaching, and more. All UW students have a membership included with their student fees, and faculty and staff get the [...]
Journey into unknown cultures and celebrate aspects of our own with books that explore beliefs, pastimes, and distinct manifestations of who we are and how we live. Check out these three titles and their unique cultural perspectives in our stores, online at ubookstore.com, or at upcoming events with their authors at our U District store. [...]
“They took great care of me during a very scary time.” UW Medical Center Patient Can you think of that nurse that made your hospital stay more comfortable, helped deliver your baby, took care of your parent or child, or even saved your life? The Whole U would like to celebrate all of the incredible [...]
When Alexes Harris read a recent Seattle Times article about being black on a college campus, she was reminded of her undergraduate days at the UW. The sociology professor took to Twitter to share her thoughts.
We talked with Whole U Ambassador Gene Woodard, director of Building Services, about his thoughts on leadership and physical activity. Gene has been at the UW for 30 years. I’ve heard that you like seeing people improve themselves not just in the workplace, but also outside of the workplace — to make sure they have [...]
“Our Nation’s progress has always been defined by the opportunities our youngest minds have to harness their creativity, indulge their curiosity, and make discoveries about the world around them. In showing these young people a multitude of career paths and the importance of public service, we offer them the chance to ignite their passions and [...]
Selfies while out on a run. Group pictures after an impossible feat. A shot from the top of the most picturesque mountain or milestone. These images make me so happy when they pop into my social media feed. I love waking up in the morning while drinking my coffee and seeing who has already put [...]
Celebrate the beginning of May with these featured discounts! Food & Beverages Evergreens Salads With three locations, including one in University Village, Evergreens Salad is the perfect place to grab a healthy lunch or dinner. They use nothing but fresh, local, and responsibly-sourced ingredients. Order from their delicious menu or create your own original salad, [...]