Madison Alderman Zach Wood, a UW-Madison graduate, and recent alum Hayley Young, along with current junior Noah Roberts, were elected into the local government spots they currently hold while studying at UW-Madison.
The speakers for this year's winter commencement ceremony, Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, spin wild tales for a living. But the story of how they met on campus years ago couldn't be more ordinary - or have a happier ending, the two alums say.
In the Sauk Prairie Eagle: Sauk villages partner with UW-Madison students on vision for Water Street
The Sauk Prairie area is getting a little help with visioning for the Water Street corridor from students in the UW-Madison Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture. The partnership is a commitment made by the communities of Sauk City and Prairie du Sac to find ways to revitalize Water Street, the main thoroughfare connecting the two communities along the Wisconsin River.
Undergraduate journals published at UW-Madison span disciplines from science to history to poetry. They’re a great place for students to submit thoughtful writing and experience the process of working with editors to refine their work for a larger audience. The Wisconsin Undergraduate Journal Association brings together eight on-campus publications that showcase student scholarship.
In the Cap Times: To save students money, colleges are looking to the Open Educational Resources movement
An appreciation for how the costs of textbooks and other learning materials make it harder for many students to pay for college has prompted universities across the country — and some university systems — to adopt policies to create or adopt what are called open educational resources, or OER.