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Researchers at the UW’s School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences find innovative ways to improve our daily lives.
Amid constant change, these classic businesses have lasted more than half a century.
A lunchtime journey across campus with UW–Madison’s favorite automaton
Der Rathskeller has evolved from a boys’ club to a welcoming campus gathering spot.
The effects of the All Ways Forward comprehensive campaign are everywhere, though many are subtle.
Sports psychiatrist Claudia Reardon ’01, MD’06 treats Badger stars.
UW creative writing professor Beth Nguyen tells bracingly honest stories about growing up Vietnamese American.
Heartful thanks from scholarship recipients show how the All Ways Forward campaign has made all the difference.
Impress your family and friends with these fascinating facts.
Avi ’59, MA’62 conquered a writing disorder to become a renowned children’s author.
A chance encounter led Chris Walker to study dance and, now, head UW’s Division of the Arts.
In Blindspotting, Rafael Casal x’10 explores a single mother’s struggles.
A solar panel array will harvest power from the sun for the next 30 years.
Isthmus returns to the racks after shutting down during the pandemic.
A fellowship program will train specialists at UW Health.
Sarah Ives ’12 achieved instant stardom in the documentary Pandemic.
A new model will overcome disparities and boost immunization rates.
At only 25, Kramer Endres ’17 wanted to ensure access for UW students with disabilities.
Inspired by the Wisconsin Idea, James Graaskamp PhD’65 preached an ethical approach to development.
The UW Healthy Minds Program app helps students meditate via podcast.
The 2021–23 state budget invests in UW priorities.
Michelle Ranavat ’03 adapts ancient Indian beauty rituals for her skin- and hair-care line.
After making it to the university, Gayle Williams Langer ’83 spent her life serving it.