Sift & Winnow Archives
- October 2018: A statistics pioneer. Steps toward recovery. New political discourse on campus.
Sent October 18, 2018
- September 2018: The French House at 100. A physics rockstar. L&S alumni driving documentaries.
Sent September 20, 2018
- August 2018: Aretha Franklin's legacy. Cultivating Korean expertise. Cracking a cosmological mystery.
Sent August 23, 2018
- July 2018: Cosmic blunderbuss. Honoring missing soldiers. Likable robots.
Sent July 19, 2018
- June 2018: Following the ballots. A career in cheese. Longer days ahead.
Sent June 21, 2018
- May 2018: We are stardust. #BlackandHooded. Thinking, American style.
Sent May 17, 2018
- April 2018: Wisconsin humor goes viral. Eating and evolution. Where words meet water.
Sent April 19, 2018
- March 2018: Wisconsin's Latino legacy. The wrong approach to reading? Probing podcasts.
Sent March 22, 2018
- February 2018: Winter on the wane? Olympic grads. A home for music.
Sent February 15, 2018
- January 2018: A future of techno-orientalism. Proving the earth's oldest fossils. When should you claim Social Security?
Sent January 18, 2018
- December 2017: Working on a galaxy far, far away. Kindness on the curriculum. More fires in the future?
Sent December 21, 2017
- November 2017: The Reformation revisited. Understanding the Amish. Better health through the humanities.
Sent November 16, 2017
- October 2017: Alumni recall the Dow protests. Everything you need to know about gerrymandering. A literary discovery in a public library.
Sent October 19, 2017
- September 2017: Taking notes for the Joint Chiefs. Students make their Emmy debut. A milestone for math.
Sent September 21, 2017
- August 2017: A warm welcome for all students. Galileo in a graphic novel? Harvesting data for farmers markets.
Sent August 17, 2017
- July 2017: Scandinavian expertise helps nab a Tony. What's a kettle moraine? Envisioning an end to implicit bias.
Sent July 24, 2017
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