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From the Big Ten Network: The former Badger football wide receiver and current BTN analyst shares his predictions for the current season.Read More >
Need a big dose of Badger spirit? Get it at Building Badger Leaders, a conference making its debut on the UW campus October 29–31.Read More >
Christmas in August? Certainly it is for anyone who’s looking to snag a ripped, plaid couch or a one-armed desk chair. Read more about this curious Madison tradition, celebrated (or despised) by apartment dwellers each August 14.Read More >
Did you know that, in 1948, UW students tried to replace the live badger mascot with a live raccoon? Of course, it didn’t catch on (as if a raccoon could replace Bucky). Here are the ten best moments in UW Homecoming history.Read More >
Ann Trachtenberg had two major accomplishments in July. Firstly, she finished chemotherapy for breast cancer at the UW Carbone Cancer Center. Secondly, she watched a wish come true … and go viral. Get the inside story on the video that swept the nation.Via University of Wisconsin-Madison News
I remember a gentleman named Art — that’s all my friends and I ever knew him as — who walked up and down State Street during my time at the UW. I remember that he died around 1980–81 and that his death was noted on campus, but I don’t remember the details. He seemed to be a permanent fixture on State Street, and everyone I knew at the time knew of Art. I wrote a paper about him for an English class and seem to remember getting a pretty good grade. Do you have any more information about him?See Abe's Answer >
You know that the need for career advice doesn’t start and stop within the first few months after graduation. We know it, too, so we’re heading to our biggest alumni hubs to help big-city Badgers grow their career connections. First stop? Chicago.Read More >
When you think Madison, you don’t necessarily think Korea, but UW-Madison and higher education in South Korea have created a rich history together — and it’s just getting better.Read More >
Thanks to the influence of educators on campus and time with the Morgridge Center for Public Service, alumnus Alan Paberzs now lives the Wisconsin Idea through a "service-based identity."Read More >
This summer, Wisconsin Alumni Association chapters around the country will host their annual Badger Student Send-Off Celebrations.Read More >