Images from an extraordinary year on campus by UW photographers Jeff Miller and Bryce Richter
In Tomboyland, Melissa Faliveno ’06 questions the meaning of queerness and class.
Former UW star Tamara Moore '14 is the only active female coach of a men’s college basketball team.
Come to campus whenever you like with new virtual tours.
UW researchers on campus and beyond search for a cure.
Peaceful protesters take a knee for Black Lives Matter.
How to salute graduates during a pandemic? It takes creativity, and the Wisconsin School of Business rose to the challenge with a May 9 light…
How Jim Lovell x'50 pulled off NASA’s most daring recovery.
Young reporters use new strategies to bring local news back from the brink.
UW–Madison’s online collections are open 24/7.
The Multicultural Student Center offers a safe haven for students of color.
After the failures of 2016, the UW’s Elections Research Center makes a significant contribution to the presidential race.
In the midst of a crisis, let’s pause to remember why our work matters.
A video meditation series cultivates peace of mind in the pandemic.
Fetch Rewards takes a new approach to brand loyalty.
Stefanie Spear ’90 battles plastic pollution on a two-year voyage.
The actor playfully engages with a UW geoscience class.
An interview with LaVar Charleston MS’07, PhD’10
Known as a colorful chronicler of counterculture figures, Larry Sloman MS’72 is finding his direction home as a singer-songwriter.
Missing campus, a student devises a virtual version.
Meet UW heroes in the fight against COVID-19.
This Is How the Heart Beats documents a persecuted community.
For 19 years, Ian’s Pizza has been a quintessential student experience.
The UW welcomes back students with safety measures in place.
UW–Madison’s Shelter Medicine Program provides a needed resource for at-risk animals and those who care for them each day.
How is the economy faring under extraordinary stress?
Former classmates re-create their teenage musicals in “Encore!”
The Badger community springs into action to save lives.
UW–Madison innovations help farmers reinvent themselves in challenging times.
The iconic “Forward” statue inspires donations for female artists.
Edward Schildhauer figured out how the make the darn thing work.
Anja Wanner explores a linguist’s role in an era of gender-neutral pronouns.
A century ago, UW–Madison grads spearheaded the suffrage movement.
Track superstar Alicia Monson x’20 shows what it means to be “Badger tough.”
Laura Schara went from a fashionista to a TV outdoorswoman.