UW scientists rise to the challenge of fighting COVID-19.
An innovative mobile app helps keep campus safe.
In a pandemic, illustrating our spring issue was no easy task.
Mike Jackson ’04, MBA’13 oversees the department’s diversity efforts during a transformative time.
Even in a pandemic, UW–Madison meets enrollment goals.
UW professor Pupa Gilbert believes these essential parts of Earth’s ecosystem are more resilient than we thought.
UW Athletics postpones and cancels games to keep students safe.
These campus-area shows have passed into UW–Madison mythology.
UW faculty and staff personally contact quarantined students.
UW Archives collects artifacts from an extraordinary year.
From the start, problems plagued a piece of architecture that could have been great.
In A Wilderness of Error, Errol Morris ’69 revisits a notorious murder case.
The shattering of the Duke’s Mayo Bowl Trophy
UW proposes new buildings, greater borrowing power in state budget request.
The austere building had its charms.
Katie Lorenz ’12 sells alpaca-fleece products while ensuring fair wages for Peruvian artisans.
Run, swim, and dribble at the UW’s state-of-the-art recreation center.
90,000 total views can’t be wrong.
Alex Gee Jr. ’85 brings his unique perspective to Black Like Me.
The Department of Animal and Dairy Sciences has a fabulous new building.
The SWAP shop gives new life to UW surplus while helping the environment.
A face covering by Max Bock-Aronson ’13 is one of 2020’s best inventions.
UW partners unite to effect change.
The UW Odyssey Project empowers nontraditional students to speak up and pursue their dreams.
Professor Malia Jones becomes the nation’s go-to COVID-19 expert with Dear Pandemic.
Maya Warren PhD’15 changes the world one scoop at a time.
Enjoy a stunning nighttime view of the UW’s iconic Carillon Tower.
UW Mental Health Services addresses an urgent need for care.
Former students create a fund to carry on the work of electrical engineering professor Thomas Lipo PhD’68.
Librarian Louise Butler Walker ’35 took desperate measures to survive in a racist society.
The UW marshals its resources against the pandemic.
The rise, fall, and rise of a beloved UW tradition
JKX Comics illustrates vital concepts for nonscientists.
The UW redoubles its commitment to a welcoming campus environment.
New wearable technology reconstructs the hand in 3-D.
Pandemic-related challenges keep some students home.
As a curator and practitioner, John Szarkowski ’48 helped shape our view of photography — and the world.
Mary Edwards ’82 can throw a punch but found her calling ringside.