In the early days of the pandemic, higher media consumption led to more emotional distress.
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UW professor Young Mie Kim uncovers deceptive political ads on social media.
For all their computer wizardry, the undergrads who created Spacebar got the word out through low-tech means. Courtesy of Spacebar You’re a UW–Madison student who can’t go to clubs or parties during the pandemic. Is there any option besides staying home alone? Now there is: you…
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The perfect combination: dogs and Badger pride. #OnWoofsconsin
Anders Holm returned to campus to speak at commencement in spring 2013. Bryce Richter Anders Holm ’03 @ders8 Actor, cocreator, writer, and executive producer of Workaholics Dan Katz ’07 @BarstoolBigCat Cohost, Pardon My Take podcast Jacquelyn Gill MS’08, PhD’12 @JacquelynGill Cohost, Warm Regards podcast; ice age…
Jon Mattrisch DIY Career Jenni Radosevich ’05 (above, center) was crafting long before it was cool — before Pinterest and the do-it-yourself (DIY) deluge in pop culture. She has many fond memories of visiting the craft store with her mom, dipping her hands in tie-dye,…
For Spanish-speaking members of the St. Louis Cardinals, translator Alexandra Noboa-Chehade ’09 is an essential part of the team. “You eat, sleep, and dream baseball,” she says.
Becoming “Facebook official” is a milestone in modern romance, but can it also help love last?
The fox is in town and stealing hearts all over Madison.
Can spending time online translate into citizen action?
Fans of Harry Potter and other pop-culture touchstones transform into activists.
A powerful social platform is engaging citizens in the political process.
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The Beer Mapper helps people choose the right suds.
Travel back with us now into the shadows of ancient history, to the year A.D. 1993.
Students discover there’s much to savor in south Madison.
A professor tracks online folklore.
A couple’s family endowment helps to grow scholarships for students in need.
Highlighted books from the Fall 2011 issue
UW–Madison beats the competition when it comes to online buzz.