Due to a belief that their body parts bring good luck, people with albinism in some African countries are hunted and killed. Two alumni are stepping in to help Tanzania, where the problem is most severe.
There’s no how-to book in thoroughbred racing ... experience is paramount.
Before she became one of the country’s most powerful prosecutors, Bridget Brennan began her legal career oh and one.
A student reporter jumps at the chance to hear a published writer speak in person.
Chancellor Blank leaves D.C.
Just how valuable is the devotion Badgers feel for their alma mater? "That's gold," says UW-Madison's new chancellor.
Far-flung alumni strengthen ties with campus.
When it comes to baking cakes, Leigh Henderson MBA’07 is good — scary good.
Andrew Stoltmann ’94 witnessed the cruel effects of fiscal crime when his father was swindled in a real estate deal, losing $80,000.
As Title IX turns forty, film producer Libby Geist ’02 explores nine female athletes who changed their gender's world.
Special narcotics prosecutor Bridget Brennan ’77, JD’83 is leading New York's battle with the illegal trade in prescription drugs.
When the time came to name their children, these couples decided that only once choice would do.
Before the year is out, Jeffrey Sprecher ’78 is set to finalize his purchase of the New York Stock Exchange.
Good news and bad news
With the assistance of WAA, various incarnations of Bucky have been to all seven continents and floated on every ocean.
Twenty-one alumni chapters honor local Badgers of the Year.
Their genesis unknown, the names of geography students mark the decades.
"If you want to become better and new, the positive tension that comes from diversity, people holding divergent views, is essential to making innovation happen."
“My theory of life — and career choices — then and now is to hang out with people that I don’t mind having lunch with.”
WAA Travel celebrates fifty years
Buckingham U. Badger: Peace Corps Volunteer
To call Patrick McBride MD’80 a collector of sports memorabilia doesn’t quite cut it.
Highlighted books from the Summer 2013 issue
Maggie Turnbull ’98 has become an authority on the search for signs of extraterrestrial life — and she's done it on her own terms.
The theater world has embraced the talents of Carrie Coon MFA ’06, taking her all the way to the Broadway stage.
Ryan Ziegelbauer MS ’06 calls upon his degree in urban and regional planning to create masterpieces in a familiar medium: Lego bricks.
Highlighted books from the Spring 2013 issue
A member of the Chancellor search committee explains what the UW needs.
I never think about my time at Wisconsin without thinking about rowing.
When you want to reduce your energy consumption, you might swap an incandescent light bulb for a more efficient compact fluorescent. But Rich Varda ’75 thinks bigger — much bigger.
Carolyn Smith ’87’s calves have powered her through more grueling miles than most people can even fathom.
Images from UW–Madison’s account on Instagram
The devil's in the details, as a young grad has discovered in her job with the animation studio Pixar.