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Unseasonably warm weather has melted most of the snow and thinned the ice, but UW–Madison's Winter Carnival proceeded last weekend with a modified schedule.
Students and other members of the UW–Madison community enjoyed free cake and ice cream on Monday in celebration of UW's 175th Founders Day.
What better way to greet returning students to spring semester than decorating campus with more than a foot of snow? After a brown, nearly snow-free December, two storms hit campus starting Jan. 9 to put it in a wintry mood.
The Badger volleyball team lost to Texas 3-1 in the national semifinals of the NCAA tournament Thursday, ending a season filled with triumphs and teamwork.
With final exams beginning on Friday and final assignments due soon, UW–Madison students deployed in libraries and study spots across campus this week in full force.
The Badger volleyball team continued its December hot streak this weekend, defeating Penn State on Thursday and Oregon on Friday by identical 3-1 scores.
The Badger volleyball team beat Jackson State on Thursday night and the University of Miami on Friday night without losing a set.
After beating archrival Nebraska on Friday and Iowa on Saturday, the Badgers volleyball team enters the NCAA tournament as the top regional seed and the No. 3 seed overall.
The new space will expand the school’s ability to meet the growing demand for animal care and research that benefits not just animals, but humans as well.
Veterans and military members in the UW–Madison community were honored Saturday with a Veterans Tailgate event organized by University Veterans Services, followed by a flag presentation and flyover by Black Hawk helicopters at the football game at Camp Randall stadium.
Visitors got to tour art studios, meet student artists and get a behind-the-scenes look at how art is created during UW–Madison’s annual Open Studio…
On a brisk Halloween night, members of the UW–Madison community got out to celebrate the spookiness across campus.
Rainfall failed to stop people of all ages from exploring science hands-on at the sixth annual Science on the Square event on Oct. 19.
After an extended summer, UW–Madison's campus transitions to fall colors and cooler weather.
Planned activities included everything from cheering on the women's hockey team to walking on Lakeshore Path to making crafts at Wheelhouse Studio.
This year’s Latinx Heritage Month reflected on the connected yet distinct Latinx customs and traditions that have been transplanted across multiple generations, through many spaces, and have found their way to UW–Madison.
First announced in January 2023, the center will will be devoted to educating the campus community about the university’s past in ways that will enrich the curriculum, inform administrative decisions and bolster efforts to achieve a more equitable university.