Badger Voice

Share Your Story

No matter your grad year, or where you now call home, we want to hear how you stay connected to your alma mater.

Badger Voice brings news and nostalgia to your inbox each month, keeping UW-Madison alumni and WAA members in the know about what’s new and now at UW. Badger Voice brings you stories to celebrate Badger alumni and UW traditions, and helps you enjoy UW connections and the power of the alumni network. If you’re a Badger and not receiving your Badger Voice via email, please update your profile.

classof2015-

Where Badgers Work

Like seeing what your fellow Badgers are up to? Consider this your socially acceptable social media creep…on an an epic scale.

Read More >
redshirt8_vote

Red Is The New Black

‘Bout that time…The Red Shirt is back! Cast your vote for the Eighth Edition’s design now through Sunday, May 17. Not only will The Red Shirt make you the most fashionable Badger around, but it will also make a difference for future Badgers—proceeds go to the Great People Scholarship.

Via Wisconsin Alumni Association
Ask Abe

KroCS 1.0

I was just wondering about the history of Kronshage Residence Hall. What was the cost of tuition in 1940? How much would it have cost to stay in the new Kronshage dorms when it opened? And do you know when it became a coed dorm? Thanks, Abe.

See Abe's Answer >
badger_voice_dta

Best of the Best

Those who can’t do, teach? Incorrect. From engineering to English, here are the 12 UW professors whose excellence in teaching, outreach, and inclusion have earned them a Distinguished Teaching Award this year.

Via Wisconsin Alumni Association
SubStoryPhoto-Franks-0415 (1)

Made Us Proud

So the Badgers didn’t win the ’ship. They did win our hearts and make us proud, though — which, in our not-so-humble opinion, is much better. It should be no surprise that Frank Kaminsky is one of the greatest Franks in UW history. Check out which other Franks made the list.

Via Wisconsin Alumni Association
badger_voice_economic_impact

In/valuable

"This study shows that there is no doubt that a strong UW-Madison is essential to the growth of Wisconsin’s economy,” Chancellor Rebecca Blank said regarding a new report on UW-Madison’s statewide economic impact. Think you can guess how much the UW is worth to the state?

Via University of Wisconsin-Madison News