Photo galleries

Badgers crush Orange, advance to Frozen Four

The top-ranked Badgers women's hockey team rolled in the NCAA quarterfinals Saturday in front of jubilant fans at LaBahn Arena, defeating the Syracuse Orange 4-0.

Award-winning photos portray hospital’s care

Two photographs of patients and caregivers at American Family Children’s Hospital by John Maniaci were selected among 50 winning photos for the biennial Children’s Hospitals photo exhibit. The photos tell the story behind care at the hospital.

Legislators tour School of Veterinary Medicine

Members of the legislative Joint Finance Committee, a bipartisan panel of lawmakers who deliberate on state…

Outstanding Women of Color honored

The five women were chosen for their advocacy on behalf of disadvantaged populations; scholarly research on race, ethnicity and indigeneity; and community building.

New PEOPLE program office opens

UW-Madison’s Precollege Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Excellence held a grand opening on Wednesday at its new site at Rufus King Middle School in Milwaukee.

A new view of the winter blues

Does Madison’s relentless stint of cold and snowy weather have you feeling cooped up and experiencing the winter blues? Try a fresh perspective on our winter wonderland and enjoy these recent aerial views of the UW–Madison campus.

Black History Month art event

In celebration of Black History Month, an ArtSpin outreach event gave participants the chance to create art in the style of American contemporary painter and silhouette artist Kara Walker. 

Sparkling campus

When the sun finally came out over campus this week, it sparkled. Several rounds of snowfall in recent weeks — and 37 inches so far this winter — gave it a pristine look, once the walks and streets were cleared.

Recalling the 1969 Black Student Strike

Organizers of the 1969 Black Student Strike at UW–Madison recalled the turmoil and the excitement of the campus-wide student strike, during a panel Monday night at Memorial Union's Play Circle.

Career fair helps students look to future

Students flocked to the annual Spring Career and Internship Fair held at the Kohl Center at the University of Wisconsin–Madison on Feb. 5, to connect with potential future employers.

Three days and nearly 70 degrees

The descent of a "polar vortex" into Wisconsin brought brutally low temperatures and high wind chills to campus on Jan. 30 and 31, but those temperatures rose 68 degrees by Feb. 3 as the weather pattern lifted.

It’s back! 40 years later, Lady Liberty on Mendota

In a surprise addition to the annual Winter Carnival, the Wisconsin Union brought the Statue of Liberty tradition back to Lake Mendota Feb. 1 as a to-scale, inflatable replica of the Statue’s head, arm and torch.

Hardy scientists launch weather balloon in bitter cold

Professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Grant Petty and a group of students launch a helium-filled weather balloon from frozen  Lake Mendota at sunrise on Jan. 31.

UW below zero

UW-Madison students proved they were a hardy bunch this week, turning up to class despite 6 inches of snow on Monday, and subzero temperatures on Tuesday.

Semester off to a snowy start

A winter storm dumped 6 inches of snow on campus Jan. 22 and 23, greeting students at the start of the semester. Classes continued as scheduled, though, and students trudged through a glittering landscape.

Marking MLK Day with a history-making leader

In addition to a keynote by Wisconsin's first African-American lieutenant governor, Mandela Barnes, Monday's event also featured music, discussion and, on a lighter note, coloring pages paying tribute to famous African-Americans.

Moments in Time 2018: Photographers’ Choice

A lifetime of moments can test a person’s memory. Photographs help keep them alive. In this slide show, University Communications photographers Jeff Miller and Bryce Richter share some of their favorite Moments in Time of 2018.