Catching the Volunteer Bug

On Friday, September 19th, only days before classes began, UWT students turned out to support their community at the United Way’s Day of Caring. Although only half of those registered made it, those ...

Neither Cowardly Nor Selfish

I’m sure any of you who’ve read my earlier articles have realized I’m not one to beat around the bush, so I’ll come right out and say it: this isn’t a pleasant topic. It’s one I’ve had plenty trouble...

Resources for a Better Career Search

There are many resources located in the heart of Tacoma, such as Terra Staffing Group or the UWT’s own Career Development Center, that can help students and alumni in the job hunt made difficult by t...

Tahoma West Lives On

After an 87 percent budget cut, Tahoma West is determined to make this year a catalyst for a united UWT student body by cultivating a platform that encourages creative works of art. The Services and ...

iPhone 6 and Apple Watch Revealed

The history of technology changed once again as Apple introduced not only the next generation of iPhones, but an entirely new device as well during the Apple keynote, broadcasted live from Cupertino ...

UWT Student Gets Book Published

Ayesha  Patel was born in Western India and then moved to Texas when she was four years old. Although Patel was raised in Texas, her family has kept a strong Indian heritage and culture alive. A coup...