I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciated “Coming of Age” [Spring 2014 On Wisconsin]. As the mother of a …
[In regard to “Radio Daze,” Spring 2014], Slichter Hall was already a women’s dorm in fall 1953 when I came to Madison. I …
Les Mayers ’56 asked in the Spring 2014 issue [Posts] if others shared his experience of using his jacket as a sail when …
Your article on Nuclear Engineering 234 [Classroom] brought back memories. In 1962, I was a graduate student in nuclear engineering, and we had …
I enjoyed the article about UW pianist Christopher Taylor [“Frankenpianist,” Spring 2014]. In particular, it was great to hear that the dual manual …
I enjoyed “Commencing a New Era” [News & Notes, Spring 2014]. Another event that occurred in 1990 involved a senior named Jordan Marsh …
Love for the water
... the veneer of civilization is thin
Thoughts on Lubar
Having experienced [Ayn Rand] firsthand, I was forever inoculated against her fiction or essays ...
Quite a bit, when it's "Madison."
The raw truth.
[The] war against pain-medicine physicians and pain-medication prescriptions ...
You're welcome, Dan.
The puzzler is pleased.
Mike Leckrone IS a legendary performer!
The next song you hear ...
Protocol of pork
Advice from, or to, the experts
Buckingham U. Badger: Peace Corps Volunteer
. . . revisiting happy days at the UW.
“Hello, Liz Waters!”
Remembering Homecoming 1948.
History of a local landmark.
India’s locks-for-luck tradition
The Wisconsin Idea is enriching the lives of others.
“It’s a Mailbox … It’s a Bird House … No, Wait, It’s a Library!
Banana … banana … banana.
... groundbreaking article on psychopathy!
My dream came true on the end of the UW Union pier.
Don't forget Uncle John ...
Ethics and careful analysis ... are at the heart of good historical writing.
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Effective, but unpopular.