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With winter break over, students returned to class, reunited with friends, picked up bus passes and prepared for another semester of learning.
The winter commencement ceremony at the Kohl Center on Dec. 18 had plenty of pageantry, but also a lot of fun, including foam hands, comedian Charlie Berens and a sprinkling of snow outside.
A sudden snowfall late on Dec. 14 (and early on Dec. 15) was the perfect study break opportunity for a group of students who met up on Bascom Hill.
With finals beginning on Friday and class projects due, now is the time when students across campus hunker down to study.
It was another rollicking weekend at the Field House, as a full house of fans cheered on the Badgers volleyball team. But their season ended with a loss to Pitt in the Regional Finals.
Glass artist Machiko Ito plays with the boundaries of glass and textile, crocheting and weaving delicate strands of industrial fiberglass into kiln-fired works of art.
The Field House was filled with a familiar energy this weekend, as the Badger volleyball team started the NCAA tournament with two decisive wins.
The wet, heavy snow that fell on campus on Nov. 15 provided the perfect material for a friendly snowball battle among a group of friends.
Students were taught how to braid corn in the traditional Oneida way during an event presented by Wunk Sheek, a UW–Madison Native American student organization.
UW–Madison's student veterans were honored with a flag ceremony during the "Brew City Battle" at American Family Field in Milwaukee on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
From paintings to pottery to sculpture to photography, creativity was out in full force at the Nov. 5 Open Studio Day hosted by the UW Art Department.
Ho-Chunk Nation members instructed students and other UW–Madison community members as they together constructed a Ho-Chunk dwelling called a ciiporoke on campus.
This year's Go Big Read common reading program culminated with the visit of Clint Smith, author of “How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America."
Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin and Professor Joshua Foa Dienstag celebrated their first Halloween in Madison with candy and costumes at Olin House.
Badgers in costume showed their Halloween spirit at the ‘Spooky Songs’ skate night at the Shell on Saturday, Oct. 29.
Carving pumpkins brought out the artistry in students who took part in a pumpkin carving event outside Union South on Wednesday, Oct. 26.
FiveThirtyEight founder Nate Silver discussed the promise and pitfalls of polling data days ahead of the midterm elections.
The more than 75,000 in Camp Randall Stadium had plenty to cheer about during the Homecoming game on Saturday, Oct. 22, as the Badgers beat…
The ingredients were all there for the perfect University of Wisconsin–Madison Homecoming Parade: an unseasonably warm October night, the musical energy of the UW Marching Band, the imaginative sparkle of the floats, and the smiles and laughter of people crowding State Street.
On Oct. 18, students gathered at Union South and Memorial Union to paint a murals that asked the question "What does being a Badger mean to you?" The artistic answers were many. The painting was part of Homecoming activities this week.