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The stories behind our masks range from pragmatic to sentimental. They're a way to connect with others during pandemic times.
The Wunk Sheek Native American student organization held a powwow in celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day on Oct. 11 at the Gordon Dining and Event Center.
Over 1,300 families came to campus for UW–Madison's Family Weekend from Oct. 7 to 9. They explored campus, played games and had a lot of fun.
A halftime ceremony made it official: The football field will be named Barry Alvarez Field at Camp Randall Stadium beginning in 2022.
Students discussed opportunities with a wide range of employers during the fall Career and Internship Fair held at Gordon Dining and Event Center on Sept. 29 and 30.
Winning submissions were created with point-and-shoot digital cameras, cutting-edge microscopes, and telescopes of both the backyard and mountaintop variety. Because sometimes, there’s no substitute for the visual.
Alumni from UW–Madison's class of 2020 are gathering on campus this weekend to celebrate their commencement in-person.
Students got a chance to learn about special-interest groups, activities and services offered by more than 400 registered student organizations on campus during the Student Organization Fair on Sept. 14 at the Kohl Center.
Bascom Hall was lit up in red, white and blue in observance of the 20th anniversary of the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Students and others marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks by placing American flags on Bascom Hill, on Sept. 10.
As evidenced by the smiles and fist bumps, there is nothing quite like being back on campus. Take a look at some the activities — painting, volleyball, ice cream socials.
When the COVID-19 pandemic threw the world into turmoil in the spring of 2020, the experts at the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene instead got to work.
Incoming students in the Mercile Lee Scholars Program took part in a community building exercise during an orientation session held at Carson Gulley Center on Aug. 30.
Residence hall move-in at the University of Wisconsin–Madison started Monday, Aug. 30, and it was a happy occasion for many students.
On August 12, leaders from the Wisconsin Departments of Administration (DOA), Financial Institutions (DFI), and Safety & Professional Services (DSPS) toured several campus facilities to learn more about the ways UW strives to create solutions that address some of today’s biggest sustainability challenges.
O’Brien Solar Fields, the largest solar installation in Dane County, includes 60,318 bifacial panels capable of generating approximately 20 megawatts of renewable electricity. It's a partnership between Madison Gas & Electric, UW–Madison, and other businesses and groups.
As one of the oldest and largest community gardens in the United States, Eagle Heights Community Gardens provides an opportunity for the UW–Madison community and area residents to enjoy nature, build community, learn about gardening, and feed their families.
More than 800 employees and family members spread out on the Camp Randall Stadium field on July 27 to watch the 2020 film "Dolittle."
Red is the primary color around here, but Bascom Hall went green to honor the Milwaukee Bucks winning the 2021 NBA Championship, with their victory over the Phoenix Suns.
The weather was ideal on Tuesday, July 20, for the first of three employee appreciation events.