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The autumn leaves on campus were still in their full golden glory when the season's first snowfall came on Oct. 29.
In year 5, University Veteran Services expands efforts to create community among military-connected Badgers
The office is undertaking its mission to support veterans and veterans' family members with several new initiatives, a new name, and its first female veteran staff member.
Halloween is a time to express yourself to the world. And there are plenty of different ways to express your Badger spirit with your pumpkin carving. Take this quiz to find out which carving is best for you.
Midterm season means lots of studying. Luckily, there’s plenty of spots around campus to help you get in the zone. Take this quiz to find out where you should go to hit the books!
As students close to graduation register for spring courses, they can talk to their advisors about graduating in a timely manner with Summer Finish.
Samad Qawi, in white, is shown at the men’s basketball team practice. As a senior, Qawi made the team in a tryout.
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Some homecoming traditions, such as the homecoming parade on State Street and planting flamingoes on Bascom Hall, have a long history and are still celebrated today. Others have fallen by the wayside.
Butterflies like to stop at the UW–Madison campus and Arboretum to rest and drink up the nectar in the many flowers there.
In honor of our beloved Bucky Badger's birthday, take this quiz to find out which Bucky you are based on your personality.
Blum’s book pays tribute to Dr. Harvey Washington Wiley, dubbed the “father of the pure food and drug act.”
Bucky Badger fires t-shirts into the student section at Camp Randall Stadium with the new t-shirt cannon during the game against Central Michigan…
Heart disease and cardiac arrest affects both young and old populations, yet cardiac health seems to rarely be on the minds of college students. Cardiac on Campus has the goal of changing that.
"These results show that we as students were excited to vote in 2018," said Laura Downer, chair of the Associated Students of Madison. "We want to have a say in the future of our country, and we know how crucial voting is to amplifying our voice."
Red- and white-wearing Badger football fans created a stripe-out effect in Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday. The atmosphere was festive as the Badgers defeated Michigan, 35-14.
Members of the UW Band take part in Jump Around at the start of the fourth quarter. Photo: Bryce Richter The…