Despite half a foot of snow falling today, life on the UW campus continued today, with students making their way to class through the damp snow.
As lower temperatures set in, visitors enjoy the wintery transformation of Lake Mendota.
The sun rose on a cold and quiet University of Wisconsin–Madison Arboretum on Jan. 4. Temperatures were only in the single digits, and most students were still gone on winter break.
A pictorial look back at 2016 reveals that these 366 days at UW–Madison were filled with inspiring moments, both ordinary and extraordinary.
The Wisconsin Badgers volleyball team defeated the Washington State Cougars during second round play in the NCAA Division 1 championship at the UW Field House Friday night. The Badgers swept the Cougars, 3-0, and advanced to the Sweet 16 regionals, to be hosted at the Field House Dec. 9-10.
The Badgers volleyball team defeated Howard University Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Division 1 tournament at the UW–Madison Field House.
As Badgers everywhere celebrate Homecoming, thousands gathered for the annual downtown parade.
To mark Veterans Day on Friday, volunteers took turns on Bascom Hill reading the names and hometowns of more than 6,800 U.S. service members killed in military action in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001.
Gordon Dining and Event Center was abuzz with Election Day activity as one of the polling places where a predominantly student population cast ballots for president, U.S. senator, and local officials Nov. 8.
Students and faculty in the Sociology Department gather in the Sewell Social Science Building to hear sociologist Matthew Desmond, author of the 2016-2017 Go Big Read selection "Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City," speak on Nov. 2. Go Big Read (GBR), a common-reading program, is designed to engage students, faculty, staff and the community in a shared, academically focused reading experience.
On Oct. 23, midshipmen from UW–Madison's Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps turned out to tidy up Lakeshore Nature Preserve, removing invasive species and litter, collecting seeds and spreading mulch to redefine trails.
The campus community is finding many creative ways to celebrate Halloween – carving pumpkins on a crisp October night, wandering the oh-so-spooky hallways of Humanities, hobnobbing with history's greatest artists.
The first rays of the rising sun shine on Bascom Hall as a group of people gather on the Lincoln Terrace during a recent October morning. Red and white banners featuring the iconic W and the phrase “All Ways Forward” adorn the exterior columns. In the background is Van Hise Hall.
Spirits run high Saturday as the Badgers take on Ohio State, a football matchup highlighted by ESPN’s College GameDay broadcast. The game was tight throughout and …
One hundred years ago, Bascom Hall underwent a momentous change. The imposing dome that once topped the building burned on Oct. 10, 1916. Fortunately, the rest of the structure was spared and Bascom has survived looking pretty much the same for the century since. But go back further and you'll see some striking differences. This gallery of Bascom Hall images reveals how much the iconic landmark has evolved over the years before, during and after the fire.
Numerous UW–Madison students shared the messages that are important to them through a unique means at "Dear World" event on Sept. 20 at Gordon Dining and Event Center. They painted the messages on their bodies, and then portraits were taken of them displaying them.
The UW–Madison campus began to hum with action again in the past week, with the return of students to the dorms and the JVN Day 2016 festival.