Greg Gard has overcome adversity to lead Badger men’s basketball to new heights.
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UW–Madison grapples with the prejudice in its past.
The popular travel influencer has visited all 197 countries, and he’s just getting started.
Mildred Fish Harnack ’25, MA’26 lost her life in the German resistance to Hitler.
A canoe recovered from Lake Mendota tells a story that long predates UW–Madison.
The four-mile trail is a heavenly getaway in the heart of the city.
For Jennifer L. Mnookin, the Wisconsin Idea is personal.
UW research could help the devices quickly reach people suffering cardiac arrest.
Videoconference apps often don’t give up access to microphones, raising privacy concerns.
Now anyone can pitch profitable opportunities to UW stars.
Blu³eprint by Faisal Abdu’Allah communes with the UW’s Abe Lincoln statue.
The answer could help researchers assess canine vision.
It increases the lifespan of mice with minimal side effects.
What we eat affects greenhouse gas emissions — and the trend is encouraging.
Political science professor Yoshiko Herrera believes Ukrainians’ resolve for statehood will prevail.
A UW a cappella group wins an international championship.
UW volleyball star Devyn Robinson x’24 grabs the spotlight on and off the court.
A Terrace concert turns the stage toward the water.
Our cover photo of a canoe recovered from Lake Mendota helps you see history through the eyes of an archaeologist.
A new plaza honors UW’s historically Black fraternities and sororities.
The UW’s new nanofiber mats offer extraordinary protection against high-speed impacts.
The pregame party has grown from low-key to high-powered.
At 19, the future star failed to conquer the UW folk scene.
Laura Keyes ’07 impersonates famous 19th century women.
When it comes to philanthropy, Andy and Susan North are pros.
The Wisconsin Alumni Association shares stories of the original occupants of the campus area.
Jesús Salas MA’85 battled owners and county officials to organize fellow migrant workers.
CBS sports reporter Sherree Burruss ’12 provides up-close access to your favorite teams.
In Tailspin, John Armbruster ’89 takes inspiration from an aviator who survived a World War II crash.
In Descendant, Kern Jackson MA’91 documents the discovery of the last illegal slave ship and the people who never forgot it.