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Grounds crew creates beauty — and biodiversity — on campus
The goal is to create a campus landscape that supports biodiversity while providing an inviting space for students, employees and visitors alike.
A fond farewell for Provost Scholz
Members of the UW community gathered to bid a fond farewell to Provost Karl Scholz, who will become the next president of the University of Oregon on July 1.
Flowing between art and science
Now in its third year, the Flow Project highlights not only the value of art as a tool to communicate science, but also as a way to inspire new science across University of Wisconsin campuses.
Capped, gowned and ready for the big day
With the commencement ceremony just days away, soon-to-be graduates are donning their gowns and getting photographed at key spots around campus, preserve those memories.
Lifting the Veil sculpture is revealed
Acclaimed New York-based contemporary artist Sanford Biggers revealed a new sculpture on May 4 that responds to the Chazen Museum of Art’s problematic Emancipation Group sculpture, providing a highlight to the museum's re:mancipation exhibition.
Ho-Chunk Clan Circle dedicated
Members of the Ho-Chunk and UW–Madison communities gathered on May 4 to dedicate the Ho-Chunk Clan Circle, a series of sculptures representing the 12 clans of the Ho-Chunk Nation.
Undergraduates present research on everything from mental health to ticks to stress
"Presenting at the symposium made everything come together for me, and I felt a lot more confident in discussing what I did," said one student.
Campus buzzes with Earth Week activity
April 17-23, students across campus put their talents and creativity to work for Earth Week, showcasing the myriad efforts across campus to make UW, Wisconsin and planet Earth more sustainable.
Bakke Center a big hit on its first day
The Bakke Recreation & Wellbeing Center impressed students and campus community members, who tried out everything from the Sub-Zero Ice Arena on the first level…
Wisconsin football debuts new era at ‘The Launch’
New head coach Luke Fickell and his team presented ‘The Launch’ at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday, April 22, giving excited fans a taste of what's to come.
Warming temperatures last week brought campus to its full spring glory, as flowers bloomed and the lawns and docks filled with students talking and playing games.
Hello, sun in my face!
The temperature rose above 70 degrees in Madison for the first time in 2023 on Monday, and campus was ready for it.
Science Journalist in Residence meets UW’s creatures
Last week, in addition to visiting students in classrooms and sharing their passion for writing about creatures in a public panel, science journalist Sabrina Imbler visited several labs across UW–Madison to meet researchers and critters alike.
APIDA festival offers fun in many flavors
Students enjoyed everything from a community weaving loom to trivia questions to making bookmarks at the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Festival on April 1, held at the Multicultural Student Center in the Red Gym.