After losing in their first Big Ten Tournament matchup last season, the Badgers fended off Indiana to advance to the semifinals. Bronson Koenig led the team with 16 points, while Ethan Happ tacked on 14 points and 12 rebounds. Wisconsin will face Northwestern Saturday afternoon with a spot in the Big Ten Championship Game on the line. Photos by Katie Scheidt
Photographer Cameron Lane-Flehinger captured the action in the Badgers' home loss to the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Photographer Brandon Moe captures Senior Night at the Kohl Center, in which the Badgers ended a three-game losing skid with a definitive victory over Minnesota.
From now until May 14th, Madisonians can enter the mesh mini-home of Do Ho Suh, whose intricate installation is on display at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. The installation features a multi-part, full-scale model of Suh’s New York City apartment. Made of translucent, pastel fabric, each part of the installation is filled with extraordinary detail, right down to the text on light switches. Suh began creating unique sculptures such as these in 1994 – “An impulse that became a life’s work,” according to the installation’s description.Though lighthearted in color, the installation has an overwhelmingly melancholy tone. There’s something about the innate emptiness of the recreation of home that shines through in Suh’s installation. Walking through the soft hallways, I recalled that all too familiar feeling of bittersweet memory: You’re happy to remember, but all too aware of the distance at the same time. -Katie Scheidt
Photographer Cameron Lane-Flehinger captured the action in the Badgers' 5-2 loss to Penn State at the Kohl Center Saturday night.
Photographer Cameron Lane-Flehinger captured the action from a thrilling Big Ten contest at the Kohl Center.
Live Free, a recovery-focused student organization at UW-Madison, is led by five paid students. The group is expanding the resources they provide to students this year with new initiatives as well as a constant space in the Student Activity Center. Place your cursor over the photos to read a short profile of each student.