The event centered around celebrating Allen Garden’s new kitchen garden project, launched in spring, which features three distinct garden types that come from African American, Indigenous and Hmong cultures.
Retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly spoke to a nearly full house at Memorial Union on Oct. 4 about his year in space, one day reaching the red planet and the importance of endurance through adversity.
Students gathered to paint Halloween-themed suncatchers on Friday evening, Oct. 8, at Gordon Dining and Event Center in an event hosted by Wisconsin Late Night.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s annual Faculty of Color Reception welcomed 49 newly hired faculty who identify as people of color to the campus and recognized others who were promoted to assistant or full professor during the past year.
Students explored many aspects of the University of Wisconsin–Madison's past during Student Night at the Public History Project on Sept. 29 at the Chazen Museum of Art.
Students and passersby had the chance to transform rag scraps and straw to paper during Holding History's annual paper making workshop on Library Mall on Sept. 29. Students from Holding History joined master papermaker Robert Possehl, Professor of English Joshua Calhoun and Bold Center for Arts Administration Co-Director Sarah Marty to provide instruction and share the history of paper making.
A group of transfer students enjoyed a day trip to Devil's Lake State Park, where they enjoyed stunning views from the quartzite bluffs and kayak rides on Devil's Lake.
Winners in the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s annual Cool Science Image Contest — including a quilt organized around a mathematical theorem, a painting of tiny…
On a brisk and breezy first day of fall, divers recovered an ancient Ho-Chunk canoe from the depths of Lake Mendota, an effort coordinated by the Wisconsin State Historical Society and members of the Ho-Chunk Nation.
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.
The Latinx Student Welcome introduced incoming Latinx students to the UW–Madison Latinx community.
A visual tour of 100 acres of land being restored and conserved by UW–Madison's Susan and Steve Carpenter.
Performers took to the stage with everything from Bollywood fusion to Punjabi folk dances to hip-hop at the 40th annual Multicultural Celebration of Organizations and Resources, known as MCOR.
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.
The Badgers season opener on Saturday, Sept. 3, featured some new additions. New Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin enjoyed the game and even joined in the "Jump Around," and the new renovated south end zone stands were a hit for fans.
Students arriving to campus had fun in a variety of welcome activities in advance of Wednesday's first day of class.
The Graduate School Degree Dash took off across campus Friday morning, with 657 people running, walking, and rolling through the 5.07- and 1.94-mile courses.
First-year students learned game-day traditions such as the "Jump Around" dance and then formed a gigantic "W" on the field in a Wisconsin Welcome event Thursday.