Reckoning with Pinochet: The Memory Question in Democratic Chile, 1989–2006 (Duke University Press, 2010) Steve J. Stern, vice provost for faculty and staff programs and Alberto Flores Galindo Professor of History.
Professor Lowell Evan Noland is remembered for the impact he had on the lives of his students and the interdisciplinary genius he brought to his UW–Madison zoology classrooms.
When the Soviet Union launched its first Sputnik satellite in 1957, it effectively defeated the United States in the first round of the space race. And while the United States responded in kind with Pioneer 1, it also transformed its Cold War engagement by launching a terrestrial initiative — one that involved UW–Madison back then and does so to this day.
It is 32 bars of hummable, toe-tapping Badger spirit and it turns 100 years old this year. Yes, the song “On, Wisconsin!” has hit the century mark and gives no sign of slowing down or unclenching its hold on the hearts of all who love it.