Related Program: The Record There's more to the Jungle than you think By Bill Radke, Joshua McNichols & Kate Walters • May 4, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Jacobo Miguel Pinon Jr. plays the harmonica at his space in the Jungle, a homeless encampment that houses more than 400 people by some estimates. KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols Listen Listening... / 6:28 Bill Radke speaks with KUOW reporter Joshua McNichols about Seattle's homeless encampment known as the Jungle. They discuss what it's like in the Jungle and why we react to it the way we do. Tags: homelessThe JungleTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Yes, I live in the Jungle. And so do 400 other people By Joshua McNichols • May 3, 2016 KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols Listen Listening... / 6:47 Most people think of the Jungle as a scary homeless camp, a no man’s land under the freeway near downtown Seattle. The man behind Seattle's boys in the boat By Marcie Sillman • May 3, 2016 KUOW Photo/Matt Mills McKnight Listen Listening... / 6:21 The old wooden rowing shell that hangs in the University of Washington crew team’s dining hall doesn’t look all that remarkable. You see boats like it in many nautical-themed restaurants. But this particular wooden boat — the Husky Clipper — is special. It carried nine UW athletes to an Olympic gold medal at the 1936 games in Berlin. Navy relaxes tattoo policy to recruit more millennials By Patricia Murphy • May 3, 2016 American Homefront/Sophie McKibben Effective this month, tattoo enthusiasts who serve in the U.S. Navy can ink a lot more of their body. The Navy's latest policy change is an effort to remain attractive to millennials who may be excluded from serving due to the size of their body artwork. What it's like to be on the water with the Huskies By Kara McDermott & Marcie Sillman • May 2, 2016 KUOW Photo/Matt Mills McKnight The early morning water is usually calm in Seattle. That makes it the preferred time for rowers. It’s beautiful as the sun rises over the water as the University of Washington’s rowing team heads out for practice. But the peace doesn’t last.