UW-Madison Campus

Peace talks unlikely in near future for Russia, Ukraine, UW expert says

Western nations must help stop this genocide, says UW expert Francine Hirsch

UW-Madison Campus

JSA commemorates 80th anniversary of Japanese American internment during WWII

Japanese American internment had lasting impact, effects still felt today, UW expert says

News

UW Hillel hosts traveling Holocaust remembrance photo exhibit

The exhibit, intended as an archival legacy of the Holocaust, will be hosted until late March

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin 101 writers preserve history while growing professional skills

'We do our very best to present historic objects in a way … that makes their information widely accessible,' Managing Editor says

Features

History in its entirety: How whitewashed history education leaves much of history, students out

U.S. education system failing to advance diversity in history classrooms

Art

A quick St. Patrick’s Day history lesson

We all know and love St. Patrick’s Day, but do you know its history? 

UW-Madison Campus

New public initiative to document Wisconsin Latinx history involves five UW campuses

'Every day we hear the lies, myths and negative stereotypes...It is up to us to replace these with historical facts,' WLHC founder says

Memo Union, Union Terrace
UW-Madison Campus

UW Distinguished Lecture Series hosts renowned epidemiologist Celine Gounder

Gounder emphasizes history of health inequity within Native American populations

Football

Football: Best Badger football seasons of our lifetime, part I

2019, 1999 seasons take spots five, four in best Badger football seasons of our lifetime

Column

Debate surrounding Lincoln statue will have generational effect

As Black Lives Matter movement gains traction in media, so does complicated history involving Lincoln statue

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