Sharing what’s on your mind — and welcoming the viewpoints of others on contentious issues — is a campus hallmark that could inform the wider world.
An outdoor marvel, the UW Arboretum hosts hundreds of thousands of visitors per year.
Amid a vinyl revival, the UW’s Mills Music Library dusts off its robust record collection.
It’s getting mighty crowded in space as debris from satellites, labs, and other things shot into Earth’s orbit degrade over time and threaten to fall back to where they came from.
From 1953 to today, the TV-watching experience has evolved on campus.
Allee Willis ’69 is more than just the composer of the hit songs such as “September” and the Friends theme: she also collects kitsch, throws legendary parties, and supports her hometown of Detroit.
Nancy Baym ’86 studies the close connection between musicians and audiences.
No matter how viewers are binge-watching television these days, they might as well call it Badger-watching, given the multifaceted ways that UW alumni are contributing to our favorite shows.
Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Gay ’92 makes no apologies for being a rabid Badger fan — even in a newsroom populated with Michigan alumni.
The UW Law School is opening a new clinic to help victims of domestic violence file restraining orders.
Former teacher Jessica Stovall ’07 appears in a series exploring the inequalities in education.
Former UW women’s basketball point guard Shawna Nicols ’05 is now the official disc jockey for the Badgers.
The Wisconsin Union has hosted hundreds of weddings during the past 90 years.
UW economics professor Menzie Chinn explains the tradeoffs of tariff policy.
Remembering the pioneering UW printmaker and art professor.
Otto Puls ’55 is the one constant for Wisconsin Athletics, having served as the Badger men’s basketball official scorekeeper for the past 55 years.
Who moo? Cool showers can comfort cows while they’re being milked.
A UW geneticist helped to discover a new yeast species, providing a new flavor to brewing companies.
The sunburst design is sure to spark fond memories. Do you know when it was created?
Chris Burt ’83 has long been fascinated by weather — of the extreme variety.
The jersey of legendary Badger hockey player and coach Mark Johnson ’94 now hangs from the Kohl Center rafters.
In 2009, copilot Jeff Skiles ’84 played a key role in the “Miracle on the Hudson” emergency plane landing.
The perfect combination: dogs and Badger pride. #OnWoofsconsin
The UW has been celebrating Founders’ Days since 1924.