Where did all the boys go?
It’s easily the best deal on campus, but there’s an age requirement.
For the first time in more than sixty years, a current U.S. president visited campus when Barack Obama spoke before an estimated crowd of 17,500
Philosophy 104: Childhood, Marriage, and Family
Cafeteria trays on Observatory Hill.
Fans took to the field in celebration after Wisconsin defeated No. 1 Ohio State.
Admissions office ramps up partnership with alumni.
Red Shirt program will result in a $250,000 gift for scholarships.
One of Homecoming's biggest spectacles doesn't involve the marching band or the football team.
Some people call him Mo. Others call him Mo Speed.
Boot camp program helps students navigate the biosciences.
Class start times for Fall 2010
An investigation into the center of a three hundred-year-old tree
Campus learning communities are growing, thanks to a new initiative.
A creative partnership brings youthful enthusiasm to the scientific method.
Telefund callers learn life lessons — and a new appreciation for private support.
Dairy Science 375: Evaluation of Dairy Agroecosystems in Wisconsin and Mexico
From the university's earliest years, the arts have held a special place on campus — for those who create or perform and for those who experience the results.
All-Campus Party: Yoga on Bascom Hill
Meet diver Ciara Rinaudo x’11.
Zoology 400: Introduction to Museum Studies
The UW’s student hip hop ensemble is picked for an elite project.
More than a trivial pursuit.
WAA prepares students of today to become alumni of tomorrow.
Helping medical students with debt allows them to serve where the need is greatest.
Students snooze and study at Helen C. White Hall.
UW cycling team wins bid to host national championships.
The Ultimate Frisbee player always knew he wanted to come to Wisconsin.
East Asian 376: Manga
UW offers students choices that span the globe.
After the quake, student group returns safely from Haiti.
Students reach out to help a small island in east Africa.
The UW’s legacy with environmental issues started in the 1860s when student John Muir embraced nature. It continues evolving on today’s campus, where classes meld filmmaking skills with community activism.
What happened to the “Campus Mascot for the Seventies”?
WAA helps seniors face tough job market.
Running back wants to improve lives of urban children.