Photography by Bryce Richter
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UW English professor Ramzi Fawaz shows how comic-book mutants can help readers make sense of cultural differences.
W for welcome: new students form a giant Motion W — serifs and all — at Camp Randall on September 1. The W Project has been part of Wisconsin Welcome since 2014. Then, the UW had welcome week; in 2022, events ran from August 28 to October 2. Photo by…
Kelly Sheffield has turned a struggling UW volleyball program into an NCAA powerhouse.
Greg Gard has overcome adversity to lead Badger men’s basketball to new heights.
A new sculpture at the Chazen Museum connects agriculture on two continents.
Join us on a tour of secluded spots that few have ever seen.
Daryl Watts x’22 ends a stellar Badger career on her own terms.
The chancellor has mixed feelings about leaving UW–Madison after a transformative tenure.
The Multicultural Homecoming Yard Show featured diverse fraternities and sororities.
UW botanist Ken Cameron studies the flowers that produce the world's favorite flavor. Can he save them from extinction?
UW creative writing professor Beth Nguyen tells bracingly honest stories about growing up Vietnamese American.
A lunchtime journey across campus with UW–Madison’s favorite automaton
Researchers at the UW’s School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences find innovative ways to improve our daily lives.
UW professor Jeremy Stoddard MS’01, PhD’96 discovers shortcomings in schools’ approach to the war on terror.
UW–Madison leads the way in a potentially transformative field of medicine.
Kevin Henkes x’83 and Laura Dronzek ’82, MFA’93 met at UW–Madison, married, and now make magic together in children’s literature.
A surprising piece of public art transforms a campus underpass.
Amy Free ’96 promotes equity as an interpreter across campus.
Bee cool: a honeybee approaches cherry blossoms in the UW Arboretum’s Longenecker Horticultural Gardens. The bee clearly has good taste. The Arb was designated a National Historic Landmark in January. It joins four other UW landmarks: the Red Gym, North Hall, Science Hall, and the Dairy Barn.
UW students learned to navigate a campus turned upside down.