“We’ll get along a lot better if you don’t compliment me so much.”
Former UW–Madison Chancellor Donna Shalala recently told the New York Times that the job is like that of a tugboat captain: you try to get the ship aligned and pull it in the right direction.
Engineering students help a surgeon get back on his feet in the OR.
The war had become part of our lives, since many of our friends had gone off to fight.
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“People want to bear witness, and they want to tell you the story”
Like the Rio Grande to Texans or the Mississippi to those who live along its banks, the Bubbler is not just a drinking fountain.
Nobody does it better: win or lose . . . Badger fans unite.
It took multiple bus rides for a young Barry Ganetzky to attend college classes each day. That same singlemindedness has nourished the UW researcher’s longtime career, pushing him to study tiny creatures and find ways to treat human disease.
WAA tours helped alumni and fans follow the UW to Indianapolis and Pasadena.
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If you want to get a lumberjill to open up, you should be willing to tumble head-over-heels into her world.
There is a warm spot reserved in my heart for Buckingham U. “Bucky” Badger.
A virtual behind-the-wheel experience tracks behavior on the road.
When I first came to the university in 1978, I had never lived away from home or in a big city. Everything was new to me.
Richard Davis likes to reminisce about his life and career in music.
We brought our whole selves to the table during those years, and we still do.
The McBurney Center fully integrates those with disabilities into campus life.
How do editors choose what will be on the cover of a magazine?
It was very hard to leave Madison, and in a sense I never have.
Bud Selig's office decor opens a window onto its occupant's personality — or does it?
Allan H. “Bud” Selig ’56 often talks about how history guides the decisions he makes as the commissioner of Major League Baseball.
Studying at a world-class university proves to be a life-changing experience.
Erin Kimball says choosing the rural track in medical school taught her “what it really means to be a physician.”
As with many eventful days, Monday, August 24, 1970, began in perfect normalcy.
Telefund callers learn life lessons — and a new appreciation for private support.
There’s a theater in Lathrop Hall?
The shot-hole drill gives the Antarctic a breath of fresh air.
The feeling has never worn off.
A major gift establishes specialty clinics for children facing acute health concerns.
It wasn’t hard getting Alyssa Mastromonaco ’98 to agree to an interview about her experiences working for Barack Obama and as director of scheduling and advance for the White House.
Helping medical students with debt allows them to serve where the need is greatest.
East Asian 376: Manga
Tyler Knowles ’05 headed to Hollywood after graduation to make movies, but he had to return to Wisconsin to realize the dream of directing his first film.
You could say that Bryce Richter took one for the team, but that would be an understatement.
From Babcock Hall to Africa, a love of cheese yields friendship.
Faculty and staff lead by example with scholarship gifts.