No one …
Alumni author’s latest book is a campus trip through time.
A salute to this year’s Forward under 40 Award winners.
Six months after graduating, Eric Barrow ’93 was knocking around Tokyo, brushing up on …
Women helm just a fraction of Hollywood films, a fact that Jennifer Warren ’63 has been working steadily to change since trading acting for directing three decades ago.
A new documentary tells the story of a legendary Madison recording studio.
For 80 years, the Wisconsin Alumni Association has honored exceptional alumni with Distinguished Alumni Awards. Early recipients include actor Fredric March ’20 of Dr. Jekyll …
A care package in Afghanistan leads a former marine to seek an MBA from the Wisconsin School of Business.
Farewell to a Good Friend
Beloved burgers and memorabilia.
The president and CEO of the UW Foundation says our strength is in our numbers.
For former Badger rower Todd Jinkins ’96, parachuting out of a plane with more than 100 pounds of gear on his back to prevent a forest fire is all in a day's work.
John Woolley MA’74, PhD’80 was 12 when he stood at a Nashville, Tennessee, curb watching President John F. …
“There are way too many artists and way too few galleries,” says Barry Carlsen MFA’83. That’s why he started Big Ten(t), an alliance connecting …
College students and their parents are in closer contact than ever, and that bond has transformed the way universities interact with families.
Kathryn Clarenbach ’41, MA’42, PhD’46 is largely unknown, but her name belongs alongside those of Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem in the history of modern feminism.
ESPN’s Andy Katz ’90 feels the pull of the classroom.
Grandparents University welcomes its first great-grandchild and continues a treasured tradition for one Badger family.
A Green Bay Packer’s daughter embarks on a quest to understand the brain disease that took his life.
The portrait painter’s roster includes four U.S. presidents and several celebrities, such as George Clooney and Paul Newman.
A magnet for nighttime relaxation since opening in 2013, the pier honoring the family of Mary Sue Goodspeed Shannon ’81 replaced the aging stone-and-concrete structure below the Alumni Center.
Naheed Qureshi ’94 works for justice and equality for American Muslims, who face discrimination, violence and hateful rhetoric.
The grass may be greener on the other side of the fence. But is that a good thing?
Lauren Groff MFA’06 had a year most aspiring novelists can only dream of, writing a bestseller that President Obama named his favorite book of 2015.
It’s become a signature display of UW pride: Badgers hold up both hands with thumbs touching and index fingers pointing outward to form a W. …
A movie producer talks about life in the spotlight after her Oscar win, and why she knew she had to produce a movie about journalists who uncovered sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church.
He’s in search of the next “moon shot.”
When her mother died of Huntington’s, Shana Martin Verstegen ’02 didn't want to know if she’d get it, too — until deciding to become a mom herself.
From its founder to its roster, the success of the Madison Radicals is grounded in the UW’s strong ties to ultimate Frisbee.
People of color are more likely to get Alzheimer’s disease. The children of former Badger football star Lou Holland ’65 are among those that UW researchers are studying to try to learn why.