Here's a solution to global food scarcity: eat more bugs.
In 2002, Gillian Laub ’97 made what would be the first of many trips to Mount Vernon, Georgia, to photograph the lives of teenagers…
Amid a vinyl revival, the UW’s Mills Music Library dusts off its robust record collection.
Wrestling bears, a soaring eagle, and curious fawns are among the 22 million images captured by a first-of-its-kind network of volunteer-run trail cameras in…
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During more than four decades as a photographer, Michael Kienitz ’74 has worked in some of the most beautiful spots in the world —…
UW–Madison researchers in South Africa are at the heart of work that is unraveling the mysteries of the universe, determining when and how life…
Susan Barribeau ’77, MA’91 had no time to waste when she came across a listing for 25 sketchbooks that had belonged to Margaret and…
To thank the university that launched you into the real world, sometimes writing a check doesn’t feel like enough.
The planet like you’ve never seen it before, including views of Earth at night and in true color during the day.
UW students connect to a designer’s lost legacy.
UW music professor Christopher Taylor debuts the new instrument he developed on campus.
“There are way too many artists and way too few galleries,” says Barry Carlsen MFA’83. That’s why he started Big Ten(t), an alliance connecting…
When we start staging things, if you don’t know your lyrics, you are going to get killed
It’s become a signature display of UW pride: Badgers hold up both hands with thumbs touching and index fingers pointing outward to form a W.…
The UW holds a piece of Hollywood history.
Japanese artist Manabu Ikeda’s work is massive, but the overall size is only a small part of his unique vision.
Pete Christianson ’71, JD’77 is on a mission.
Imagery can serve as essential data that help scientists understand how things work, but science images can also be fascinating and beautiful.
The Wisconsin State Herbarium has added 60,000 samples to its collection.
The Young Coleoptera Collection brings the UW bunches of beetles.
To call Patrick McBride MD’80 a collector of sports memorabilia doesn’t quite cut it.
You may think it’s funny, when your nose is runny, but it’s snot.
Forget about celebrity websites. Only paper likenesses would do back in the day.
The Chazen receives $30 million worth of modern art.
The Wisconsin State Herbarium traces its roots to the founding of the university
An online exhibit highlights the costumes created in Edith Head’s head.