It’s a writer-to-writer conversation when Mitchard sits down for a chat with Lorrie Moore, acclaimed fiction author and UW faculty member.
Chancellor Biddy Martin PhD’85 describes the incomparable role of the humanities in helping us discover what it is to be human.
The UW’s legacy with environmental issues started in the 1860s when student John Muir embraced nature. It continues evolving on today’s campus, where classes meld filmmaking skills with community activism.
Can Tyler Knowles ’05 pull off his first film with a small crew, a fictional beer, a road trip peppered with Badgers, and a cow costume?
Influenced by his activist father, photographer Frank Espada, and his own struggles with poverty, Martín Espada ’81 uses his poetry to speak for the downtrodden and the forgotten.
- Bully Pulpit
- Contented Cows
- Driven to Distraction
- What Motivates UW Students to Learn Foreign Languages?
- The Case of the Disappearing Mastodons
- Speakin’ Palinese
- Quick Takes
- Rough Landing
- Student Watch
- It Takes a Team
- Walking Wounded
- Making UW-Madison More Affordable
- Badgers for Life
- Paying It Forward
- A Taste of the Future
- Rules of the Road Revisited
- Cramming and Crashing