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On Wisconsin magazine is for alumni and friends of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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In the 1940’s a UW professor's novel was inspired by the creepiest building on campus — Science Hall.
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UW–Madison Diversity 4h
Alnisa Allgood went to college on an ROTC scholarship, but when she came out as gay, active duty never called. Later, she used her passion for helping others to open the forerunner of today’s . Learn more about Allgood in :
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CCHE AHEAD Faculty Director Dr. Stephanie Budge is featured in the Fall 2018 issue of ! | Transforming Research via
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On Wisconsin Sep 19
Ferguson the miniature donkey got a hand — actually a leg — from .
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On Wisconsin Sep 18
🗣 Hey alumni, did any of you have your wedding at Memorial Union? What made you choose to get married at the UW?
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On Wisconsin Sep 18
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Learn more about ’s rise in comedy and some stories behind his famous punchlines.
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On Wisconsin Sep 18
“One of the reasons I will always love Madison is that I feel like I got my start here." This funny guy visited his alma mater last weekend, writes ⁦⁦⁩.
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On Wisconsin Sep 17
As an engineer, Rod Hassett wanted his field to thrive in the face of evolving challenges.
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Wisconsin Badgers Sep 15
In 1952, four women became the first female members of the UW cheerleading squad . One of these pioneers - Virginia Kehl Mackesey - joined us here today. Learn more about Virginia:
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On Wisconsin Sep 14
"I think there’s one thing that LGBT centers can still be of service [for]: a connection point — a reflection that there are other people in the world like me, and there are other people who are willing to be our allies in whatever the struggles are."
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On Wisconsin Sep 13
Happy 150th birthday, ! 🎉 Check out our 2010 story about the school’s Restorative Justice Project — and how it helped one pair find forgiveness and friendship.
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On Wisconsin Sep 13
have been stargazing at since 1881.
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Wisc Business Alumni Sep 11
After more than 16 years as an auditor and Wall Street investment analyst, Andy Rosengarden (BBA '97) is bringing his financial expertise to the nonprofit world.
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On Wisconsin Sep 12
He was a star. He was the athletic director for 20 years. He has an annual 8k race named after him. AND….. Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch was a Hollywood actor.
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UW-Madison Sep 11
September 11, 2001 is a day we will . Look back 17 years as students, faculty and staff gathered on Library Mall to honor the victims of the attacks.
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On Wisconsin Sep 11
Dictators. The dark side of international politics. But this expert dispels the black-and-white view of authoritarian regimes vs. democracies.
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Wisconsin School of Business Sep 11
Even though millions of people now use cryptocurrencies, there’s still much unknown about them. That's one reason why WSB's Brad Chandler is launching a one-credit cryptocurrencies class this fall.
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UW-Madison Sep 10
UW ranked 15th best public university, tied for 49th overall:
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On Wisconsin Sep 10
Zebra and quagga mussels are wrecking havoc on the Great Lakes. breaks it down in this year’s book.
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UW-Madison CALS Sep 10
Plant pathology's Jo Handelsman is the founder of Tiny Earth, an initiative based at bringing instructors and students together to crowdsource antibiotic discoveries from soil. Read more from :
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