With snow on the ground and school on break (for some), now is the perfect time to frolic outdoors.
For the first time in program history, the Wisconsin volleyball team has won a national title. Fans celebrated with the victorious Badgers on Sunday at the Field House after the players returned home from the NCAA finals in Columbus, Ohio.
The Badger volleyball team beat Nebraska 3-2 in a thrilling NCAA National Championship final, as fans on campus cheered them on heartily.
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.
The Badgers volleyball team defeated Louisville 3-2 on Thursday to advance to the national championship in the NCAA volleyball tournament.
University Communications photographers present a year of views — chosen for their artistic beauty, the stories they tell and the emotions they convey. The resilience, resurgence and joy you see will jog your memory and, we hope, refresh your spirit as you contemplate what 2022 may have in store.
The Badgers volleyball team, backed by a raucous crowd at the UW Field House, beat Minnesota 3-0 in the Regional Finals to advance to the Final Four of the NCAA tournament.
Fourth-seeded Wisconsin swept No. 13 UCLA in the NCAA Madison Regional volleyball semifinals at the Field House on Thursday night, 25-16, 25-18, 25-17. On Saturday, UW will play 12th-seeded Minnesota, which advanced earlier Thursday with a five-set win over No. 5 Baylor.
Music with influences from all over the globe flowed on Dec. 7 at an event called Tala Mela: A Celebration of the Universal Language of Rhythm at the Arts + Literature Laboratory in downtown Madison.
Plenty of students showed a flair for style at Fashion Forward, a multicultural and international student campus fashion showcase, held at the Memorial Union.
Nearly 300 second and third shift staff members at UW–Madison had an opportunity to enjoy good food, socialize with colleagues, and meet Bucky Badger at an employee appreciation event.
Students drew international flags in chalk along the Bascom Hill sidewalk in front of the Education Building to mark International Education Week.
Summer is sublime, but autumn may be the most glorious time to experience the beauty of the UW–Madison campus. It is also the most fleeting. No sooner have the leaves burst into their brilliant fall hues than they are crunching underfoot, with whispers of winter in the air. Here are some seasonal views preserved by University Communications photographers as the days grew shorter and the shadows longer.
An audience of more than 70 people enjoyed a variety of student performances in Queer X Asian Open Mic Night in the Memorial Union’s Der Rathskeller on Nov. 5.
Students and community members created printed handkerchiefs with linoleum blocks and ink, during the Textiles at Home: Block Printed Handkerchiefs workshop on Nov. 5 at Nancy Nicholas Hall.
Yaa Gyasi, author of the 2021-22 "Go Big Read" novel “Transcendent Kingdom,” spoke to faculty and students from the African Studies Program at Mark H. Ingraham Hall on Thursday, and met with First-Year Interest Group and Honors Program students at the Pyle Center.
Students donned costumes and played spooky games during a Halloween Bash at Dejope Residence Hall on Friday.
Campus came alive Friday night with Homecoming activities, with the Homecoming Parade down State Street, a pep rally at Alumni Park, and the Multicultural Homecoming Yard Show at Memorial Union.
Writer and commentator David Brooks visited with leaders, students and community members on Wednesday, Oct. 27, as part of his role as Public Affairs Journalist in Residence for UW–Madison.