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 ...
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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!
... groundbreaking article on psychopathy!
Banana … banana … banana.
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.