The Tony–winning Broadway star forged his artistic identity at UW–Madison.
Here’s how we uncovered the story of André De Shields’s fabled stint on campus.
An ingenious renovation allowed occupants to remain in the residence hall.
As society embraces maximum convenience, UW alumni are transforming the business of on-demand dining.
A new café helps make the facility more accessible.
Erin Lee Carr ’10 grapples with the legacy of her father, the brilliant but troubled New York Times journalist David Carr.
Students and community members bond at traditional Shabbat dinners.
A unique group of poets, musicians, and activists came together in the inaugural cohort of First Wave, the UW’s pioneering scholarship program.
Journalist Peter Greenberg ’72 crisscrosses the globe to dig up inside info on the world’s largest industry.
The Big Red Ball lets scientists study solar phenomena from the comfort of Earth.
James ’93 and Rob ’96 Baerwolf drew on UW innovations to develop Sassy Cow Creamery.
New director Corey Pompey puts his stamp on a great tradition.
Elizabeth Arth ’19 made a career turn, inspired by her son’s care after an injury.
Jennifer Elkins ’97 MS’98 teaches social workers and lawyers to work collaboratively.
Philanthropist Mary Lasker x1922 was one of the most influential figures in 20th-century medical research.
The honorees have made exceptional contributions to the world.
UW patents a way of making Tylenol’s active ingredient from plant material.
Man — Creator of Order and Disorder returns to its former glory.
UW research tracks Twitter’s reaction to mass shootings.
Hazelnuts are Wisconsin's crop of the future.
It would recognize images without any power sources.
Campus Art Exchange has a brilliant plan for beautifying UW–Madison.
Volunteers develop a course to help students help themselves.