After a quietly effective political career, Herb Kohl ’56 is helping UW–Madison find practical solutions for an ailing democracy.
UW student-athletes will receive financial awards for academic achievement.
2022 has been a year of grand achievements and gold awards.
W for welcome: new students form a giant Motion W — serifs and all — at Camp Randall on September 1. The W Project has…
Steven Wright MFA’14 draws on a unique set of legal experiences in his acclaimed fiction.
Michael Velliquette MA’99, MFA’00 turns monochrome materials into extravagant works of art.
The Fait family carries on a tradition of support for American Family Children’s Hospital.
The new south end zone connects UW–Madison’s iconic sports facilities.
The evolution of UW cuisine, from 19th-century pigeon soup to 21st-century grain bowls.
A School of Human Ecology deanship is named for a woman.
Sarah Thankam Mathews ’17’s All This Could Be Different explores the challenges of young adulthood in a tumultuous world.
For Jennifer L. Mnookin, the Wisconsin Idea is personal.
Now anyone can pitch profitable opportunities to UW stars.
At 19, the future star failed to conquer the UW folk scene.
Blu³eprint by Faisal Abdu’Allah communes with the UW’s Abe Lincoln statue.
Videoconference apps often don’t give up access to microphones, raising privacy concerns.
UW research could help the devices quickly reach people suffering cardiac arrest.
Greg Gard has overcome adversity to lead Badger men’s basketball to new heights.
UW volleyball star Devyn Robinson x’24 grabs the spotlight on and off the court.
The answer could help researchers assess canine vision.
What we eat affects greenhouse gas emissions — and the trend is encouraging.
A UW a cappella group wins an international championship.
It increases the lifespan of mice with minimal side effects.
Political science professor Yoshiko Herrera believes Ukrainians’ resolve for statehood will prevail.
The UW’s new nanofiber mats offer extraordinary protection against high-speed impacts.
Our cover photo of a canoe recovered from Lake Mendota helps you see history through the eyes of an archaeologist.
A canoe recovered from Lake Mendota tells a story that long predates UW–Madison.
A new plaza honors UW’s historically Black fraternities and sororities.
A Terrace concert turns the stage toward the water.
UW–Madison researchers lead the effort to protect us from viruses yet to come.
A new sculpture at the Chazen Museum connects agriculture on two continents.
UW researcher explores the possibility of microbial life.
A Library Mall vigil prays for peace.
Athletic Director Chris McIntosh ’04, MS’19 insists on “doing it the right way” during a turbulent time for college sports.
A UW production takes a new perspective on the opera’s sexual politics.
Under new restrictions, irregular menstrual cycles could keep women from seeking the procedure.
This UW student set a goal of finishing a book a day for an entire year — and surpassed it.
Our journey into hidden places brings forgotten UW history to life.
Wiscetiquette shared tips for getting by on campus in the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s.
UW professor James Thomson’s discoveries inspired scientists around the world.