UW professor Young Mie Kim uncovers deceptive political ads on social media.
UW–Madison leads the way in a potentially transformative field of medicine.
The UW Band’s set list has evolved with the times.
Kevin Henkes x’83 and Laura Dronzek ’82, MFA’93 met at UW–Madison, married, and now make magic together in children’s literature.
Thirty years ago, Stephen Morse MS’74, PhD’77 put a name to the phenomenon that defines our time: emerging viruses.
During the All Ways Forward comprehensive campaign, UW–Madison added and improved several buildings and facilities.
Chris McIntosh ’04, MS’19 embraces change.
This UW comic might have originated the genre.
Students who graduated during the pandemic finally get their pomp and circumstance.
UW professor Jeremy Stoddard MS’01, PhD’96 discovers shortcomings in schools’ approach to the war on terror.
UW arts venues reopen after the pandemic shutdown.
The UW’s return to in-person activities is a cause for celebration.
With vaccination rates high, UW–Madison plans for regular operations.
UW researchers take a step toward treating humans.
UW researchers tackle one of the most frustrating sports injuries.
An ingenious “scaffold” delivers cells to damaged areas of the retina.
For 19 years, Almaz Yimam warmly welcomed new students to campus.
What’s it like to be Afghan and Kurdish in the U.S.? Read Hajjar Baban ’20.
Creative UW students reconceive it as a pouch.
A surprising piece of public art transforms a campus underpass.
A new UW plaza commemorates Black fraternities and sororities.
Graham Mertz x’23 puts his meditation skills to use on and off the field.
Sunsets still look great on the Memorial Union pier.
After the January 6 riot, the Forest Products Lab helped repair the U.S. Capitol.
In the days before virtual enrollment, getting your preferred classes required creativity and collaboration.
The steam whistle signals boaters while startling Terrace crowds.
After immersing himself in UW movie culture, Michael Pogorzelski ’94, MA’96 became one of the country’s leading preservationists.
Jimi Hendrix plays at the Factory in 1968. Robert Schultz Our Spring 2021 issue featured an article on legendary pop concerts at campus-area venues. “The Concerts You Never Forget” included shows by Jimi Hendrix, Lizzo, R.E.M., U2, Nirvana, and others — and was obviously far…
Michael Fishman ’11 creates bikes that are both unique and affordable.
Alumni respond to our 50th-anniversary article “The Blast That Changed Everything.”
This year’s event includes face-to-face offerings.
On The Branch, Dina Kraft ’93 delves into stories of Israeli/Palestinian friendship.
Walter Mirisch ’42 transcended humble origins to produce classic Hollywood films.
Milk Blood Heat by Dantiel Moniz MFA’14 is a must-read.
Pao Lor PhD’01 chronicles his American journey in Modern Jungles: A Hmong Refugee’s Childhood Story of Survival.