Terry and Laura Fons met on a UW-Madison intramural volleyball team in 1982. After graduation, the two got married and went on to have four children who would eventually create a Badger legacy.All four of their kids—Nathan, Lindsay, Steven and Allie—followed in their parents’ footsteps “by the light of the moon” and joined the Badger family.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of ' archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Students will have one less thing to grab when checking out at UW-Madison dining halls next week, as University Housing cash registers will no longer print out receipts for each transaction, according to a UW-Madison release.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of Wisconsin-Madison, often informally referred to as “Madison,” the top institution of higher learning in Madison, Wis.The rankings were painstakingly compiled using rigorous criteria, including number of students, number of NCAA championships, amount of research funding (in millions) and quality of campus food carts.
In what is shaping up to be a controversial move, UW-Madison dining facility Gordon Commons announced Tuesday that they have decided to sell bottled human breast milk in the cafeteria.The liquid mammory gland secretion is set to hit shelves next week.
Susan Fischer will retire this week after more than 30 years holding various positions within the Office of Financial Aid.
After spending decades helping many UW-Madison students pay for a college education, director of the Office of Financial Aid Susan Fischer will retire this week, ending a career that started by chance in 1979.Fischer earned a degree in natural resources and soils without financial aid.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank launched the first issue of a new e-newsletter Tuesday that focuses on the university’s research projects that have a positive impact on Wisconsin communities, according to Blank’s blog, Blank’s Slate.
A team of 30 students and alumni raised more than $26,000 for Jake Anderson and his family.
UW-Madison undergraduate student and UW Board of Regents member Nicolas Harsy provided the Associated Students of Madison Legislative Affairs Committee with an opportunity Monday to learn more about how student voices can be heard.
Recent UW-Madison graduate Hayley Young launched a campaign Tuesday for the campus-area District 5 seat on the Dane County Board of Supervisors.
On the one-year anniversary of a nearly fatal accident that left a UW-Madison student paralyzed, 30 students and alumni teamed up to run the Chicago Half Marathon Sunday, raising more than $25,000.
Sounds of explosions reverberate through chemistry classrooms as UW-Madison instructional specialist Jim Maynard breaks the monotony of the traditional approach to teaching by doing live demonstrations of scientific experiments.Maynard develops and facilitates interactive activities for students to receive the most beneficial education experience.
UW-Madison sociology professor Jane Collins took a new look at the 2011 Wisconsin protests when she kicked off the gender and women’s studies department Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series Thursday, presenting her findings on gender and racial inequality within the public sector.
Humans Vs. Zombies human players prepare for Wednesday's night mission in front of Agriculture Hall, a permanent "safe zone."
Aliens invaded Madison and overwhelmed human forces Sunday, forcing a group of Marines to secure ammunition and a satellite feed to drive off the enemy. After a series of efforts to deal with the subsequent zombie invasion, the Marines discovered a possible cure and hope to distribute it Thursday.
UW-Madison students will once again be able to hear an iconic professor’s lectures, archived in recordings spanning from 1969 to 1982, by way of an online course offered throughout the month of October, according to a UW-Madison press release.
Unknown side effects of drugs taken by pregnant women can cause various birth defects in newborns and can be very difficult to test for.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation’s Board of Trustees announced today a foundation-wide opposition to the proposed fetal tissue ban Tuesday, according to a university release.
UW-Madison graduate student Valyncia Raphael calls for student interaction to illuminate the problem of sexual violence across campus.