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John Rowe, 1945–2022
A longtime supporter of research and education and a leader in the energy industry, John Rowe ’67, JD’70 helped UW–Madison build on its reputation as a leader in discovery and invention. A former CEO ...
An Unsung Hero
An excerpt from the book All the Frequent Troubles of Our Days takes a look at Mildred Fish Harnack ’25, MA’26, an American at the heart of the German resistance to Hitler.
Looking Back to Move Forward
The Public History Project gives voice to those who experienced and challenged prejudice at UW–Madison.
Coach of the Year
Adversity is a fact of life for Greg Gard, but his steady approach has worked wonders for Wisconsin men’s basketball.
Discovered at the bottom of the lake, a 1,200-year-old dugout canoe is providing clues about the campus area’s first and longest-standing residents, the Ho-Chunk.
Who’s New in Alumni Park?
In 2022, Alumni Park turns five, and it will add new exhibits on 11 alumni. How well do you know these famous Badgers?
Magical Mystery Mills
A new collection of rare, bootleg LPs at Mills Music Library brings the Beatles to Badgerland.