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.
Faculty and staff lead by example with scholarship gifts.
Band alumni are in step with a project to upgrade the practice field.
Students play broomball on a cleared section of frozen Lake Mendota.
WAA welcomes Class of 2013 into Fifth Quarter tradition.
With unwavering support, the Chancellor’s Scholars Program reaches a quarter-century.
A new scholarship paves the way for a pre-med student.
Whose ’bot is the best?
Web-based history course reaches out to members of the military.
UW news in brief.
Technology is an intrinsic part of campus life.
Communication Arts 613: Film Score: Theory and History
The three siblings never thought they’d all converge as Badger athletes.
When resourceful students borrow cafeteria trays to slide down snowy campus slopes, there’s just one unwritten rule: have fun!
Wisconsin Innocence Project goes beyond DNA to ferret out bad courtroom science.
A pillow and a cell phone? Check. Lumber and tools to build a loft and a George Foreman grill to make burgers before football games? Not allowed.
Fire up your DVR, because there’s more than football to watch on the Big Ten Network.
Comparative Literature 203: Scary Monsters
Students perform the musical Hair.
What did ventriloquy, dances, and electioneering have in common? Dormsylvania!
With more student veterans on campus, he helps navigate the path through college.
St. Patrick's Day in Madison used to mean just one thing: the annual battle between engineering students and those at the Law School. It was shysters vs. plumbers, and everyone took a side.
Renting a canoe is a bargain for a little piece of serenity during a hectic semester or a chance to explore campus during the less stressful summer months.
History 247: The History of American Business
Sophomore wasted little time making an impact on the UW women’s soccer program.