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The UW Board of Regents met Wednesday to discuss the relationship between the UW Police Department (UWPD) and the university, as well as the impact of COVID-19 on the upcoming school year.
When classes went online in March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, many U-District businesses had to adapt to the state guidelines to stay open. Despite King County somewhat stabilizing and now being in Phase 2, things haven’t been easy for some business owners.
In pre-pandemic circumstances, a project of this scale would have caused considerable commotion, but given the still rather empty sidewalks and streets, the dust from the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) project to implement “streetscape and pedestrian improvements” on Northeast 4…
Despite calls for university administration to pause negotiations, the UW Police Department’s (UWPD) employee union contract has been finalized and will go into effect July 1, 2021, according to UW spokesperson Victor Balta.
After an incident during a lecture on gender-based violence in the UW School of Medicine (UWSOM), a coalition of Black students in the school is calling for the removal of three professors for “anti-Black, racist” behavior.
As COVID-19 infections rebound after a few months of relatively stable rates, healthcare workers’ risk for contracting the virus increases as well.
UW faculty and student panelists seemed to coalesce around a common conclusion Friday, Aug. 7: the abolition of UW Police isn’t that hard to imagine.
UW’s chapter of Black Lives Matter (BLM) began its month-long installation of art at the George Washington statue earlier this month, calling on not only students but the entire Seattle community to come and create art centered around the organization’s seven demands for a more equitable cam…
Denounced by his colleagues, dropped from his radio show, and met with online criticism from fellow Jewish people and supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement, UW atmospheric sciences professor and local meteorologist Cliff Mass doubled down on comments made in a recent controversial bl…
More than 90% of class sections at the UW’s Seattle campus will be held online fall quarter as the state continues to struggle with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the university announced Thursday afternoon.
UW Medicine has reported that novel coronavirus rates among its staff members are half the rate of tested patients, indicating that preventive measures taken in the early stages of the pandemic have proven effective in keeping employees safe from the virus.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have reported over 50 million coronavirus tests in the United States. Of these tests, over 5 million have come back positive for COVID-19.
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