Bryce Richter

Photography by Bryce Richter

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Student Life

Your Name in LightsFall 2020

How to salute graduates during a pandemic? It takes creativity, and the Wisconsin School of Business rose to the challenge with a May 9 light show called “Business Badgers Light the Way Forward.” From 9 p.m. to midnight, the east façade of Grainger Hall glowed red with a four-story display…

Service & Advocacy

Painting for PeaceFall 2020

Daniel Ledin x’22, Molly Pistono x’22, and Courtney Gorum x’23 (left to right) painted a tribute to victims of police violence and racial injustice.

The boarded-up storefronts displayed boldly painted messages: Love, Unity, Change.

All along State Street, local artists transformed a scene of despair and destruction…

Sports & Recreation

Gabbie TaschwerSpring 2019

Lakes are a familiar backdrop in Taschwer’s life. She first learned to water ski as a three-year-old, going on to make history in world competition.

Gabbie Taschwer ’18 doesn’t quite walk on water, but she’s almost that good.

At the Show Ski World Championships in September 2018,…

Humanities & Culture

Aaron Bird BearSummer 2018

As assistant dean for Student Diversity Programs in the School of Education, Aaron Bird Bear MS’10 fills a lot of roles: recruiting and retaining students from underrepresented communities, overseeing the summer College Access Program, and serving as a consultant for American Indian Curriculum Services. He also co-leads a group…

Sports & Recreation

Beata NelsonSummer 2018

Nelson is looking ahead to the 2020 Summer Olympic trials.

Beata Nelson x’20 began her swimming journey where any kid who loves the water might: at the neighborhood pool.

Time spent there playing with friends quickly grew into swimming on club teams, competing for her high school,…