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Video: Soaring over UW–Madison campus

November 10, 2016

Is there anything more beautiful than the UW–Madison campus on a sunny autumn day? Wait until you see it from above, thanks to a drone.

Terrace time

May 20, 2016

Crowds thronged the Memorial Union Terrace this week as it reopened following a major renovation.

UW-Madison revamps summer experience with scholarships

March 8, 2016

In an effort to enrich the college experience and help students stay on track toward graduation, UW–Madison is encouraging them to consider Summer Term.

Fall impressions: A season of campus beauty

October 30, 2014

Temperatures drop, leaves turn, days shorten and sometimes life slows down enough to contemplate next steps. "Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons," author Jim Bishop once wrote. On a campus known for its beauty, this season certainly rivals others for making us look around and take notice.

Goodbye to fall

November 18, 2013

As the northern wind blows and the last oak tree leaves on Bascom Hill begin to fall, we bid adieu to autumn's golden moment. It's been a glorious season to behold.

Weary of winter? Take a fresh look

March 14, 2013

Like the finishing touch of a lovely dessert, Mother Nature has continued to sprinkle the campus and surrounding areas with snow, reminding us that winter …

Recent sightings: A sneak-peek tour

October 29, 2012

Taking advantage of one of the events offered for the UW’s Homecoming, on Oct. 26 a group of College of Engineering alumni — sporting …

A Walk in the Woods

October 15, 2012

“Come to the woods, for here is rest.” Naturalist John Muir could have been describing the UW Arboretum when his words were published in Atlantic …

History on the Hill

October 4, 2012

Fresh off the first presidential debate of the campaign season, President Barack Obama made a stop in Madison on Oct. 4, speaking to an estimated …

Bodies of Wonder

August 29, 2012

Madison wouldn’t be Madison without its five nearby lakes that offer an abundance of choices — from quiet locations for contemplation to vast playgrounds during …