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April 11, 2019

Sol Moravia-Rosenberg releases latest album ‘Soon Enough’

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Sol Moravia-Rosenberg returns to Seattle after his first European tour and will release his latest album entitled “Soon Enough.” Read More


December 3, 2018

UW’s Havana McElvaine selected as Marshall scholar

Havana McElvaine is a Marshall scholar

University of Washington alumna Havana McElvaine, Class of 2017, has been selected as a Marshall scholar, one of the highest honors available to college graduates in the U.S. She plans to attend the London School of Economics and Oxford University. Read More


August 2, 2018

Work of sculptor George Rodriquez unveiled at Seattle Art Fair

George Rodriguez working on ceramic sculptor

Ceramic sculptor George Rodriguez is displaying his collection of work called Lunar Vessels at the Seattle Art Fair. He describes his collection as a mix of humorous elements and ornamentation. Read More


September 5, 2017

Havana McElvaine: Changing the game

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Featured in UW Be Boundless: Athletics and Activism A champion for racial equity and social justice, Husky women’s soccer standout Havana McElvaine, ’17, is exploring what it means to be black in America — and around the globe. Read More


February 28, 2017

Kristy Leissle is a leading researcher of the global cocoa trade

Kristy Leissle points to map of cocoa trade.

Kristy Leissle, also known as Dr. Chocolate, is a leading researcher of the global cocoa trade. Kristy is a lecturer at UW Bothell and authoring a book, “Cocoa,” which traces the history, politics and economics of the global chocolate industry. Read More


March 31, 2015

Dashni Amin – Advocating for hope

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Featured in UW Be Boundless: Advocating for hope Thanks to scholarship support, Dashni Amin was able to draw inspiration from her parents’ sacrifices — and prepare herself for a future of helping others. Read More