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Students explore their futures at career fair

September 21, 2022

Students from schools and departments all over campus went to the Fall Career & Internship Fair on Sept. 19-20 at the Gordon Dining & Event Center, to explore possible futures.

Follow four students as they navigate the first day of class

September 7, 2022

Navigating the first day of classes for new students to campus is an exhilarating, nerve-wracking and memorable experience. Follow along as four students new to UW–Madison tackle their first day.

Remembering Layne Hailu

September 1, 2022

The junior who passed away in Madison on Aug. 19 is being remembered by friends as a changemaker and innovator. He was also passionate about sports, music and was known for his infectious smile and generous nature. 

2022 Chancellor’s Undergraduate Awards Ceremony honors 149 outstanding UW–Madison students

May 18, 2022

A total of 107 students received Wisconsin Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowships, which support undergraduate research done in collaboration with a faculty or staff member.

Governor announces UW plans; lieutenant governor visits campus to promote them

February 16, 2022

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes visited UW–Madison Wednesday to talk about proposals for higher education that Gov. Tony Evers announced in his State of the State address Tuesday night. Barnes met with student leaders at the Memorial Union and toured the Multicultural Student Center and Identity Centers in the Red Gym.

CDIS job fair proves popular

February 16, 2022

Students flocked to School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences job fair on Feb. 15 at Union South, to meet with representatives from a variety of companies offering opportunities.

Despite adversity, recent graduate ‘never had any doubt’ she would earn degree

January 31, 2022

Reagan Patrowicz was seriously injured when she was struck by a car during her sophomore year, but she went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in geography at winter commencement.

Need a New Year’s resolution? Read a book a day. This undergrad did.

January 14, 2022

Kyla Vaughan, a double-major in English and history, attributes her accomplishment to being a naturally fast reader and making reading a priority.

Snow fun

January 5, 2022

With snow on the ground and school on break (for some), now is the perfect time to frolic outdoors.

A study day, but with dogs and art

December 17, 2021

Students got together to study — and pet dogs — during Study Day at the Chazen Museum of Art on Dec. 16. The pet-therapy event is intended to provide a study break for students as they head into final-exam week.

Student creates performance piece about 2020 derecho

December 15, 2021

My work deals a lot with place and memory,” she said, “and how our sense of memory and connection to place is often skewed by ideas that we have given to that place in a contemporary way.” 

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge honors UW–Madison for student voting success

November 9, 2021

UW was recognized for having the highest student voter registration and voter turnout among four-year colleges in Wisconsin as well as the most improved voter turnout.

Concrete canoe co-presidents discuss construction and community

October 27, 2021

Who knew that designing and constructing a canoe made out of concrete could create such a sense of community?