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October 20, 2020
Between Facebook and YouTube, the Tapestry 2.0 cast has over 31,000 views—you can watch their video at the links. The virtual chorus of 123 sang the iconic song... Read More
October 20, 2020
Series #1: Success with Education during COVID is officially a wrap. The three-week series explored just how educators, parents and the students themselves are navigating the global pandemic—from... Read More
October 17, 2020
12 p.m. NYC (EDT) / 5 p.m. London (GMT+1) — Oct. 24, 2020 REGISTER — Episode #1: Black & POC Men — Same tour, different experiences 12 p.m.... Read More
October 16, 2020
Dear Alumni, We are thrilled by the response to my dad's memoir, J. Blanton Belk: It's an unfinished world and it's still in the making… Our entire family... Read More
September 20, 2020
The new UWPIAA Programming Committee is announcing our first program titled Critical Conversations. There will be multiple series of panel discussions, each with three episodes looking at different... Read More
September 10, 2020
The new Programming Committee (ProComm), chaired by Donalda McCarthy (’91B), is announcing a new critical conversation series, each with three episodes addressing the various elements of a conversation.... Read More
September 5, 2020
  I remember feeling like such a lucky ten-year-old when Carolyn (‘97D) and Duangporn (’97D) hung out with me in my playroom and painted my fingernails. And then,... Read More
September 5, 2020
Nathan Kafka ('00C) with Mr. Belk's book in hand in Appleton, WI, USA interviewing Elaine Crepeau ('68C) in Tucson, AZ, USA. This week, Re-live... Read More
August 7, 2020
Welcome your new UWPIAA Board of Governors members: Donalda "Donni" McCarthy ('91B) and Heather Reilly ('92A)! Heather Reilly will be the 90s ERA Representative, appointed to fill the... Read More
August 7, 2020
My name is Kathy Kyle and I travelled with Cast E 91.  At the time, I was a 22-year-old city girl from Saskatoon, Canada, who had a hope... Read More