In 2002, Gillian Laub ’97 made what would be the first of many trips to Mount Vernon, Georgia, to photograph the lives of teenagers …
A young girl — Jo Wilder — solves mysteries of the state.
No matter how viewers are binge-watching television these days, they might as well call it Badger-watching, given the multifaceted ways that UW alumni are contributing to our favorite shows.
From 1953 to today, the TV-watching experience has evolved on campus.
The creepy history of Science Hall provided inspiration for a UW professor’s gothic novel.
Brian Stack MA’88 is poised at the pinnacle of late-night comedy — writing and performing for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
From campus comedian to a king of kids' comedy.
Can Bill Nye, the famed Science Guy of the ’90s, really save the world?
Sesame Street partners with UW researchers to promote kindness.
The UW holds a piece of Hollywood history.
She uses virtual reality to tell some of the world's toughest — and most important — stories.
Groundbreaking series from Jill Soloway ’87 nets eleven Emmy nominations.
For the second time, Badgers have won The Amazing Race.
NCAA men’s basketball tournament semifinal, AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas, April 5, 2014
Catering to our obsession with the entire tradition of stately homes, titles, and pomp and circumstance.
As Title IX turns forty, film producer Libby Geist ’02 explores nine female athletes who changed their gender's world.
“My theory of life — and career choices — then and now is to hang out with people that I don’t mind having lunch with.”
Modern scientific tools provide clues to an ancient species.
Emily Friedman has a front-row seat to history as an ABC News digital reporter covering Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Meet five Badgers every alum should know.
Scriptwriters use creative license to claim connections to Wisconsin.
Steven Levitan reaches new heights by writing what he knows.
When she watches television, it’s with an eye on diversity, as well as entertainment.