Margaret Rossiter MS’67 is rewriting the history of women in science, one name at a time.
During a break in the pandemic, alumni returned to campus for in-person events.
The world mourns the brilliant designer and UW alumnus.
"Matrix," by novelist Lauren Groff MFA’06, portrays an unlikely feminist utopia.
Matt Amodio MS’17 became a legendary Jeopardy! winner with a unique style of play.
Michele Norris x’83 has been a national TV, print, and radio journalist, but her biggest contribution may be a project that sprang from a painful aspect of her personal history.
Inspired by the Wisconsin Idea, James Graaskamp PhD’65 preached an ethical approach to development.
Isthmus returns to the racks after shutting down during the pandemic.
UW creative writing professor Beth Nguyen tells bracingly honest stories about growing up Vietnamese American.
Avi ’59, MA’62 conquered a writing disorder to become a renowned children’s author.
In Blindspotting, Rafael Casal x’10 explores a single mother’s struggles.
In Home Made, Liz Hauck MA’17, PhDx’23 explores the philosophical implications of dinner.
After making it to the university, Gayle Williams Langer ’83 spent her life serving it.
At only 25, Kramer Endres ’17 wanted to ensure access for UW students with disabilities.
Michelle Ranavat ’03 adapts ancient Indian beauty rituals for her skin- and hair-care line.
Sarah Ives ’12 achieved instant stardom in the documentary Pandemic.
Heartful thanks from scholarship recipients show how the All Ways Forward campaign has made all the difference.
Der Rathskeller has evolved from a boys’ club to a welcoming campus gathering spot.
The effects of the All Ways Forward comprehensive campaign are everywhere, though many are subtle.
For jazz pianist Joan Wildman, music was life. That may sound like a figure of speech, but Wildman proved it a statement of fact. After…