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Join us on a tour of secluded spots that few have ever seen.
Our journey into hidden places brings forgotten UW history to life.
Under new restrictions, irregular menstrual cycles could keep women from seeking the procedure.
A new sculpture at the Chazen Museum connects agriculture on two continents.
Fifty years ago, Kit Saunders MS’66, PhD’77 ushered in a new era for the UW’s women athletes.
Corey Pompey and company return to the Kohl Center after a two-year hiatus.
While exploring the microscopic similarities that unite species, Kat Milligan-McClennan ’99, PhD’09 embraced her long-rejected Indigenous identity.
UW psychology professor Paula Niedenthal ’81 explores the wide variety of social rules for expressing emotion — and how they cause trouble.
Athletic Director Chris McIntosh ’04, MS’19 insists on “doing it the right way” during a turbulent time for college sports.
The new UW Chemistry Building encourages group efforts.
UW professor James Thomson’s discoveries inspired scientists around the world.
Retrace the steps of UW limnologist Harriet Bell Merrill 1890, who defied the doubters to conduct pioneering fieldwork in South America.
Mohamed Amin PhD’13 looks for healthy ways to go hungry.
UW researcher explores the possibility of microbial life.
A Library Mall vigil prays for peace.
With more than 400 interviews during the COVID pandemic, epidemiologist Ajay Sethi became a thoughtful voice against falsehood and conspiracy.
The UW devises a tool to detect fog and low-lying clouds.
This UW student set a goal of finishing a book a day for an entire year — and surpassed it.
A Badger prepares the powerful instrument for its journey into space.
Anita Mannur ’96 explores the ways in which othered communities reclaim space through food.
The late philanthropist was a passionate supporter of UW–Madison and its art museum.
As Yung Gravy, Matthew Hauri ’17 conquered the music world while still a UW marketing major.
Florence Dunkel’64, MS’66 sees food potential in bugs.
Through four decades of Cold War, Lawrence Eagleburger ’52, MS’57 was the crisis manager of American diplomacy.
The Wisconsin Medicine campaign boosts the UW’s work in health care and research, with an assist from Badgers radio announcer Matt Lepay.