Coming alive with performance


The Alive Festival taking place May 31 to June 7 showcases original student performances that are produced across various courses in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences. The festival is a great opportunity to experience the diversity of arts at UW Bothell. 

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The legacy of a leader


Isabeau Rosen is a recipient of one of the 2022 Chancellor’s Student Civic Leadership Awards. The awards recognize students who are addressing critical issues on their campuses and in their communities through service and social entrepreneurship. 

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My story: Fighting to be seen, fighting to be heard


Jesse Blaire discovered the power of words and writing them down in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences. Graduating in June with a double major in Law, Economics & Public Policy and in Society, Ethics and Human Behavior, it was The Power of Feminist Writing, a new course taught by Dr. Julie Shayne, that gave them the confidence to share their experiences unique to their intersectional identities.

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MFA community members perform with national dance company


Students in the Master of Fine Arts program were community performers in the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company’s production titled, What Problem?, which explored the tension between belonging to a community and feelings of isolation. 

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Lessons in algorithms and activism


Students in Dr. Min Tang’s class, Critical Media Literacy, create educational workshops to present to high school students in the North Shore School District. 

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