Barry Levenson makes a compelling case for his chosen condiment.
When President Obama turns to the who, what, when, and where of his daily agenda, he has a Badger to thank.
Alumni chapters step up need-based scholarship efforts.
WAA prepares students of today to become alumni of tomorrow.
WAA honors third group of outstanding young alumni.
Food Summit headlines changes to Alumni Weekend.
Lessons learned putting one foot in front of the other.
Helping medical students with debt allows them to serve where the need is greatest.
Highlighted books from the Spring 2010 issue
Can Tyler Knowles ’05 pull off his first film with a small crew, a fictional beer, a road trip peppered with Badgers, and a cow costume?
Influenced by his activist father, photographer Frank Espada, and his own struggles with poverty, Martín Espada ’81 uses his poetry to speak for the downtrodden and the forgotten.
Highlighted books from the Fall 2009 issue.
Entering his tenth year of service on the WAA national board of directors, Peter Christianson ’71, JD’77 assumed the role of board chair on July 1.
WAA helps seniors face tough job market.
New online career tools offer more jobs, new services.
From Babcock Hall to Africa, a love of cheese yields friendship.
Wisconsin rowers compete for a seat in Oxford’s coveted Blue Boat.
Band alumni are in step with a project to upgrade the practice field.
Everett Potter ’76 has the kind of job that most people only dream of.
New partnership allows Badger retirees to live and learn near campus.
WAA embraces sustainability as annual theme.
WAA welcomes Class of 2013 into Fifth Quarter tradition.
Highlighted books from the Winter 2009 issue.
For two alumni, the Peace Corps provided lessons in sustainability.
With unwavering support, the Chancellor’s Scholars Program reaches a quarter-century.
A new scholarship paves the way for a pre-med student.
“On, Wisconsin!” turns one hundred
Former Badgers pick up the pace in Portland, Oregon.
WAA honors outstanding alumni at 73rd annual awards program.
I arrived by air, breathless with anticipation. I arrived alone. I see myself across an abyss now of four decades as a figure of uncertainty like a line drawing by Saul Steinberg.
In January, US Airways Flight 1549 made an unscheduled landing in the Hudson River. Quick action by the crew, including copilot Jeffrey Skiles ’84, ensured survival for all aboard. Skiles now shares his experiences.
Anne Topham ’63, MA’65 didn’t set out to become a trailblazer, but her pursuit of award-winning chèvre helped launch artisanal goat cheese in Wisconsin.
Taking the long way to find love.
Highlighted books from the Summer 2009 issue.
When tribal elders die and take their languages with them, it’s akin to a culture burning its libraries. Henning Garvin ’03, other alumni, and UW researchers are hoping to put out the fire by pairing generations and creating enduring records of Wisconsin’s five native tribes.
Errol Morris’s documentaries are known for being quirky — and brilliant. In the words of film critic Roger Ebert, “After twenty years of reviewing films, I haven’t found another filmmaker who intrigues me more ... Errol Morris is like a magician, and as great a filmmaker as Hitchcock or Fellini.”
How much is enough when it comes to education? Some UW alumni are gluttons for course work. Meet the candidates in the competition to become UW-Madison’s most-graduated graduate.
WAA honors outstanding young alumni.
Writers made all the difference to a young man looking for a profession.
WAA speaker and resources offer encouragement.