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Bucky’s Tuition Promise has transformed student lives — and campus itself.
Social critic bell hooks MA’76 positioned herself as a “dangerous woman.”
The Multicultural Homecoming Yard Show featured diverse fraternities and sororities.
Michele Norris x’83 has been a national TV, print, and radio journalist, but her biggest contribution may be a project that sprang from a painful aspect of her personal history.
UW botanist Ken Cameron studies the flowers that produce the world's favorite flavor. Can he save them from extinction?
Even during a pandemic, graduation rates are rising.
Matt Amodio MS’17 became a legendary Jeopardy! winner with a unique style of play.
Margaret Rossiter MS’67 is rewriting the history of women in science, one name at a time.
UW researchers are studying on-field head impacts with the help of high-tech mouthguard sensors.
Kevin Anderson ’83 never abandoned his youthful passion, and now he’s one of the most successful authors in his field.
The André De Shields Fund supports projects by historically underrepresented creators.
Action titles can help players improve at orientation and memory tasks.
Former Badgers provide a boost for non-scholarship players.
A campus initiative sheds light on Wisconsin’s Indigenous languages.
Studying in Memorial Library’s cages has been a rite of passage for generations of students.
A promising invention replaces the surgeon’s heavy headlight.
How Ben Schumaker ’03, MSW’06 helped an Afghan colleague flee to Pakistan.
Proteins from the fish’s immune system can help humans prepare for coronavirus outbreaks.
The UW’s History of Cartography Project shows how world cultures have thought about space.
"Matrix," by novelist Lauren Groff MFA’06, portrays an unlikely feminist utopia.
A UW breakthrough could improve breast-cancer care.
Simply reducing calorie intake might not be enough.