Good luck, Coach Andersen
They’re loaded with butter and cheese. What’s not to love?
Ed Nuttycombe’s unwavering focus made him the Big Ten’s winningest coach.
A student reporter jumps at the chance to hear a published writer speak in person.
With his accidental discovery of Vitamin A, UW professor Elmer McCollum kickstarted the field of modern nutrition.
Their genesis unknown, the names of geography students mark the decades.
An aerial view provides a peek into what the UW looked like seventy-five years ago and contrasts it with today's perspective.
Take a hop, skip, and jump back in time . . .
The sacrifice? Heading to practice long before the campus comes to life. The reward? Seeing the sun rise and knowing you’ve done your best.
Images from UW–Madison’s account on Instagram
Ecologists re-create the sound of a morning with Leopold.
History of a local landmark.
Newly discovered documents shed light on the Union Theater’s history
The Class of ’62 returns after 50 years of transformation.
A California girl finds paradise in Madison.
Before Bucky, there was a raccoon.
There appears to be a direct correlation between possessing a UW–Madison degree and having an affinity for Paisan’s Italian Restaurant.
“We’ll get along a lot better if you don’t compliment me so much.”
Former UW–Madison Chancellor Donna Shalala recently told the New York Times that the job is like that of a tugboat captain: you try to get the ship aligned and pull it in the right direction.
Badger Nation has lost its head.
. . . the Lake Monona sea monster is as feisty as ever.
Don't it make my red chairs blue?
He used novel techniques to eradicate syphilis in Wisconsin. He identified PTSD long before it had that name. Professor Hans Reese was a man ahead of his time.
From A to Z, the Dictionary of American Regional English reaches its goal.
In May 1969, [the Mifflin Street Block Party] began as a street dance and ended as a three-day riot
The war had become part of our lives, since many of our friends had gone off to fight.
If the Memorial Union Terrace is UW–Madison’s patio, the lake’s T-shaped swimming pier is its beach.
Year of the Wisconsin Idea
Memorial Library bids an overdue adieu to its card catalog.
Picnic Point, that is.
. . . very little about Madison’s winter has been appropriate this year.
Founders’ Day celebrates the Year of the Wisconsin Idea.
Annual event takes the focus off class reunions and puts it on learning and food.
To earn your red and white stripes, you need to know a few things about Wisconsin traditions and rituals, past and present.
The antique fire engine returns, greener than ever.