What’s it like to be Afghan and Kurdish in the U.S.? Read Hajjar Baban ’20.
In the days before virtual enrollment, getting your preferred classes required creativity and collaboration.
UW researchers tackle one of the most frustrating sports injuries.
Graham Mertz x’23 puts his meditation skills to use on and off the field.
Walter Mirisch ’42 transcended humble origins to produce classic Hollywood films.
A new UW plaza commemorates Black fraternities and sororities.
This year’s event includes face-to-face offerings.
On The Branch, Dina Kraft ’93 delves into stories of Israeli/Palestinian friendship.
Creative UW students reconceive it as a pouch.
A surprising piece of public art transforms a campus underpass.
Sunsets still look great on the Memorial Union pier.
After the January 6 riot, the Forest Products Lab helped repair the U.S. Capitol.
UW–Madison cautiously plans for a “new normal” this fall.
During the pandemic, professors have creatively adapted to online teaching.
A proposed building would stimulate collaborations and spark discoveries.
UW women’s hockey claims its second straight national championship title.
Amy Free ’96 promotes equity as an interpreter across campus.
It wasn’t easy bringing Jean Dubuffet’s 500-pound Danse Élance to campus.
Student helpers provide a shot in the arm for vaccination efforts.
Joel Baraka x’22 devises a novel way for children to learn in his own onetime home.
The 19th-century building now boasts up-to-date student spaces.
Efforts to engage UW alumni of color are showing results.
Dave Arnold ’08 oversees communications for business and political legends.
With Danish pastry, Peter Olesen ’09 helps customers endure the pandemic.
After a lifesaving procedure, Pleasant Rowland funds a UW transplant clinic.
The UW athletic director is the rare celebrity you’d want to have a beer with.
A UW team is helping to weaponize the body’s own immune system.
Before social media, UW students shared messages via Langdon Street graffiti.
Some things changed. Amazingly, others didn’t.
UW breakthroughs help veterinarians in Sierra Leone.
After winning the Stanley Cup, Ryan McDonagh x’22 returns to finish his UW degree.
Set to retire, the athletic director picks his favorite moments from a legendary Badger career.
New UN ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield MA'75 shares her secret recipe for fostering international dialogue.
UW students learned to navigate a campus turned upside down.
Manu Raju ’02 rises to CNN’s chief congressional correspondent at a turbulent time for politics and media.
According to this UFO researcher, the extraterrestrials aren’t coming. They’re already here.
UW professor Joseph Hickey MS’43 linked pesticides to declining populations.
In "Beginners," Tom Vanderbilt ’91 proves that old folks can learn new tricks.