Stories by John Allen
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What’s the future of UW–Madison? We went to the experts to find out.
In 1908, the UW had big plans for its future, but not all of them came to pass.
Kiana Beaudin ’10, MPAS’15 has devoted her career to her patients as well as the entire Ho-Chunk Nation.
The UW School of Education has a plan for keeping teachers on the job.
The new south end zone connects UW–Madison’s iconic sports facilities.
Jesús Salas MA’85 battled owners and county officials to organize fellow migrant workers.
With more than 400 interviews during the COVID pandemic, epidemiologist Ajay Sethi became a thoughtful voice against falsehood and conspiracy.
UW professor James Thomson’s discoveries inspired scientists around the world.
On Wisconsin’s Spring 2022 issue reestablishes human contact.
The south end zone project connects Camp Randall to the Field House with premium seating.
A chance encounter led Chris Walker to study dance and, now, head UW’s Division of the Arts.
Amid constant change, these classic businesses have lasted more than half a century.
The effects of the All Ways Forward comprehensive campaign are everywhere, though many are subtle.
The steam whistle signals boaters while startling Terrace crowds.
What’s it like to be Afghan and Kurdish in the U.S.? Read Hajjar Baban ’20.
During the All Ways Forward comprehensive campaign, UW–Madison added and improved several buildings and facilities.
Creative UW students reconceive it as a pouch.
Before social media, UW students shared messages via Langdon Street graffiti.
UW proposes new buildings, greater borrowing power in state budget request.
UW partners unite to effect change.