Students enjoyed everything from a community weaving loom to trivia questions to making bookmarks at the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Festival on April 1, held at the Multicultural Student Center in the Red Gym.
During the first week of spring, winter showed its resilience, dropping a foot of snow on campus.
Much like the character he portrays on Abbott Elementary, the actor showed both a serious and a fun side during his Black History Month keynote speech in Varsity Hall at Union South on March 22.
There were seven, count 'em, seven championship trophies on display at the Welcome Home event for the Badgers women's hockey team at LaBahn Arena on Monday night. No other collegiate women's hockey team has as many.
Several UW–Madison students shared their research in the Wisconsin State Capitol on March 8, in the annual "Research in the Rotunda" event.
People shared memories of Chancellor Emerita Rebecca Blank, sang "Varsity" and offered condolences during a memorial service for her on Saturday, March 4, at First Congregational United Church of Christ in Madison.
The Red Gym and Pyle Center were full of colorful clothing, lively dancing and tasty food as "A Night at the Bazaar" kicked off Middle Eastern and North African Heritage Month.
The Wonders of Physics show in Chamberlin Hall on Feb. 18 kept the audience riveted with scientific experiments that demonstrated physics principles with panache
Students created heart-themed artwork at a Valentine’s Day workshop hosted in Wheelhouse Studios in the Memorial Union on Feb. 14.
Everyone had chilly fun at the Wisconsin Union’s Winter Carnival when the sun came out, whether they were skating, snowboarding or snapping a selfie with the traditional Statue of Liberty replica.
In celebration of Black History Month, students came together at the Black Cultural Center to learn the rich history of the Black quilting tradition and, together, to make a quilt of their own.
Students celebrated the Lunar New Year at two different events on campus on Feb. 4, with lion dancers, performances, food and lots of smiles.
Participants at the Ojibwe Winter Games on Lake Mendota on Feb. 3 learned how to fling a snow snake (gooniikaa-ginebig) and other traditional Ojibwe hunting skills.
With winter break over, students returned to class, reunited with friends, picked up bus passes and prepared for another semester of learning.
We've captured some of the most memorable and captivating images from our staff photographers, Jeff Miller, Bryce Richter and Althea Dotzour and student photographers Colton Mansavage Taylor Wolfram.
The winter commencement ceremony at the Kohl Center on Dec. 18 had plenty of pageantry, but also a lot of fun, including foam hands, comedian Charlie Berens and a sprinkling of snow outside.
A sudden snowfall late on Dec. 14 (and early on Dec. 15) was the perfect study break opportunity for a group of students who met up on Bascom Hill.
After going online during the height of the pandemic, UW's Journalist in Residence series returned in-person this semester with visits from five experts in broadcast, podcast and print reporting across topics of science, politics and culture.
With finals beginning on Friday and class projects due, now is the time when students across campus hunker down to study.
It was another rollicking weekend at the Field House, as a full house of fans cheered on the Badgers volleyball team. But their season ended with a loss to Pitt in the Regional Finals.