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Badgers joined intramural teams from basketball to inner-tube water polo this semester, finding friendly competition, new friends and the chance to win one of Rec Well's coveted championship t-shirts.
Nuclear engineering student and 2022 Miss Wisconsin Grace Stanke won the Miss America title on Dec. 15. She's using her platform to raise awareness of nuclear energy's benefits for a clean energy future.
Students gathered to paint Halloween-themed suncatchers on Friday evening, Oct. 8, at Gordon Dining and Event Center in an event hosted by Wisconsin Late Night.
Students explored many aspects of the University of Wisconsin–Madison's past during Student Night at the Public History Project on Sept. 29 at the Chazen Museum of Art.
Students and passersby had the chance to transform rag scraps and straw to paper during Holding History's annual paper making workshop on Library Mall on Sept. 29. Students from Holding History joined master papermaker Robert Possehl, Professor of English Joshua Calhoun and Bold Center for Arts Administration Co-Director Sarah Marty to provide instruction and share the history of paper making.
A group of transfer students enjoyed a day trip to Devil's Lake State Park, where they enjoyed stunning views from the quartzite bluffs and kayak rides on Devil's Lake.
Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin shared that this year’s freshman class is expected to be the largest in history at about 8,600 students — selected from a record-breaking pool of applicants of more than 60,000.
Emily Takacs, a rising senior studying mass communication, explains how her student job as a tech worker for UW–Madison Libraries inspired her to add a computer science certificate.
After 10 years of rejected applications and failed walk-on attempts in multiple cities, UW alum Jay Flores finally got the call to compete on American Ninja Warrior — and an opportunity to share his message about STEM and perseverance on television’s big stage.
The Plaza is named in honor of the historically Black fraternities and sororities that make up NPHC, seven of which are active at UW–Madison.
“I wanted to tell the stories of people who can't tell their stories.” Ruiz said. “All those things were difficult to happen to me. But to write about that, I think was very necessary, and by the time I performed, I think I was ready.”
Since she stepped foot on UW–Madison’s campus in 2018, Allegra Abrams has been focused on using fashion as a means to advocate and uplift her community.
"Courage in Community" was the theme of the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month Art Show, held at the Multicultural Student Center lounge in the Red Gym on April 16.
The scholarship's mission is to select and support the next generation of public service leaders. Ruiz is working toward a career in the nonprofit youth arts field.
At the nationals competition in Lancaster, Penn., the team ranked 11th out of 48 teams, and received its first-ever All-American Attorney, freshman Jackson Kunde, who ranked 25th overall.
Students and other members of the UW–Madison community held a vigil for peace in Ukraine on Library Mall.
The Green Fund helps fund student-initiated projects like energy-efficient greenhouse cooling systems or solar arrays in on-campus buildings to help address the environmental footprint, social impact, and operating costs of campus facilities.
Students enjoyed a glorious return from spring break, as Monday, the first full day of spring, was sunny and warm. They returned to new mask guidance, which no longer requires masks to be worn indoors, with some exceptions.