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The evolution of UW cuisine, from 19th-century pigeon soup to 21st-century grain bowls.
The new south end zone connects UW–Madison’s iconic sports facilities.
New chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin crafts a “collective vision” for the university’s future.
After a quietly effective political career, Herb Kohl ’56 is helping UW–Madison find practical solutions for an ailing democracy.
Shifting to clean energy sources would do the trick, according to UW research.
The UW School of Education has a plan for keeping teachers on the job.
Our picks for the best songs by Badger alumni
Steven Wright MFA’14 draws on a unique set of legal experiences in his acclaimed fiction.
UW professor Howard Schweber discusses the majority’s approach to rights.
UW English professor Ramzi Fawaz shows how comic-book mutants can help readers make sense of cultural differences.
Kiana Beaudin ’10, MPAS’15 has devoted her career to her patients as well as the entire Ho-Chunk Nation.
The Beatles finally make it to Madison, thanks to a new collection in Mills Music Library.
As the first Black woman aviator in the military, Marcella Ng ’78 is used to breaking through barriers.
Alumni Park welcomes 11 more honorees.
UW research shows how assumptions grow stronger over time, even without evidence.
Badger men’s hockey came into its own with a 1973 NCAA title.
The Fait family carries on a tradition of support for American Family Children’s Hospital.
The Tudor Holiday Dinner Concerts ring in the yuletide season with figgy pudding and a fake boar’s head.
Paul Woelbing ’79 has assembled the world’s largest theater organ.
Sarah Thankam Mathews ’17’s All This Could Be Different explores the challenges of young adulthood in a tumultuous world.
A UW study explores oceanic changes that would make temperatures drop.
A School of Human Ecology deanship is named for a woman.
USC and UCLA will join the conference in 2024.
Johnny Davis x’24 enters the NBA as the number-10 overall pick.
In the early days of the pandemic, higher media consumption led to more emotional distress.