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A Taste of Freedom
A UW professor unearths a missing chapter in the history of civil rights.
Professor Malia Jones becomes the nation’s go-to COVID-19 expert with Dear Pandemic.
After she left campus, librarian Louise Butler Walker ’35 quickly found that life was easier when people thought that she was white.
Harry Weese’s would-be masterpiece became the university’s most controversial piece of architecture.
The UW Odyssey Project’s humanities courses tap into the potential of students who face barriers to higher education.
Relive campus-area concerts that have passed into UW–Madison legend, featuring Jimi Hendrix, U2, Nirvana, Lizzo, and others.
Take an inside look at the Wisconsin Alumni Association’s prestigious undergraduate honor, The On Wisconsin Society.
John Szarkowski ’48 was an influential photographer and curator who helped elevate photography to a fine art.
Mary Murphy Edwards ’82 is a rare woman in charge of boxing, kickboxing, and mixed martial arts bouts.
Photographers Jeff Miller and Bryce Richter document the UW’s tumultuous year.
With timely new collections, married UW professors Cherene Sherrard and Amaud Jamaul Johnson explore Black identity and struggle.