UW athletes could profit from a rule change regarding sponsorships.
Our community takes action after a Homecoming video controversy.
UW researchers are unlocking the secrets to growing food in outer space.
A new master’s program takes computing to the next level.
Earth Day is going strong after 50 years, and so is the Nelson Institute.
UW–Madison explores noninvasive weapons screening.
An ambitious new project connects muralists and UW researchers.
Remembering UW–Madison’s first class of WAVES.
Despite bleak environmental news, the UW’s Nelson Institute finds reasons to hope.
Hannah Berner finds her sweet spot on Bravo’s Summer House.
The Other’s Gold charts messy college relationships.
Tech giant Jeff Kessenich helps UW students launch their own STEM careers.
The Cooperative Children’s Book Center transforms publishing by championing diversity.
K’Andre Miller is the latest star to emerge from "Defenseman U."
We went to cover a football game and discovered a community.
A survey counts up all the ways the university is sustainable — and all the ways it can improve.
Attorney Edwin Perry sticks up for constitutional principles.
UW Makerspace puts no limits on a student’s imagination.
Veronica Rueckert’s Outspoken unleashes the power of women’s voices.
Famous alumni tell all in the podcast Thank You, 72.
Arthur Hasler made UW–Madison a world-renowned hub for limnology.
After a painful year, Jerell Moore enjoys a poignant moment on the basketball court.
Our critic rates UW movie stars and their greatest roles.
New technology analyzes urine to improve your health.
Cute little machines now deliver food on campus.
Sami Schalk demonstrates the principle of “pleasure activism.”
The official UW–Madison tour brings a magical campus to life.
Public History Project seeks “an honest reckoning” with the UW’s past.
UW patents a way of making Tylenol’s active ingredient from plant material.
UW research tracks Twitter’s reaction to mass shootings.
Would you believe the UW star once loved a different sport?
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.
Students and community members bond at traditional Shabbat dinners.
Journalist Peter Greenberg ’72 crisscrosses the globe to dig up inside info on the world’s largest industry.
James ’93 and Rob ’96 Baerwolf drew on UW innovations to develop Sassy Cow Creamery.
A look back at the telephone’s heyday in UW residence halls.
Philanthropist Mary Lasker x1922 was one of the most influential figures in 20th-century medical research.