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Decades ago, UW students walked the same streets, lived in residence halls and sat in many of the same classrooms as today's students, but their day-to-day experience was very different. Take a look at student life across generations.
International student and University Communications intern Xinlin Jiang shares what the flavors of autumn harvest celebrations and family gatherings mean to her and Badgers from here in Wisconsin and around the world.
On a brisk Halloween night, members of the UW–Madison community got out to celebrate the spookiness across campus.
After an extended summer, UW–Madison's campus transitions to fall colors and cooler weather.
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.
Volunteers with The People's Farm student organization celebrated their harvest at the F.H. King garden by giving it all away to the campus community.
Looking to find your community, UW students? The Fall Student Organization Fair at the Kohl Center on Sept. 8 featured clubs for every interest.
Even though I didn’t understand the rules or what was going on all the time, one thing was clear: The joy and sense of belonging within Camp Randall Stadium can even make a scorching day feel fervently festive.
Learning about new cultures and cities has proven to be just as valuable as the internship work itself, say two UW–Madison students who went abroad.
Summer in Madison is a lot of things, but it's definitely not boring. In case you missed it, here's a look back at some highlights from summer 2023.
Every year, more than 6,000 students from more than 112 countries venture across oceans and/or lands to join the vibrant campus community.
After rooming together for 18 years, twins David and Jacob Wang expect to live separately and have different majors at UW–Madison. But they'll maintain the closeness they've always had.
Social media and electronic communications have made it easier to keep in touch with fellow Badgers all over, as well as campus happenings.
East of Vilas got its start at a UW–Madison learning community, and now the band is performing all over Madison, part of a thriving local music scene.
Mock trial teams argue a simulated court case, preparing both a defense case and a prosecution/plaintiff case.
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.
This April 10-13, students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison celebrated National Student Employment Week with a blend of in-person and virtual events acknowledging the…
An incubator in its own right, UW–Madison creates the conditions for emerging entrepreneurs to take flight
Participants at the Ojibwe Winter Games on Lake Mendota on Feb. 3 learned how to fling a snow snake (gooniikaa-ginebig) and other traditional Ojibwe hunting skills.