What happens when you isolate people by race and class?
Law School gets $1 million gift
Bradley Foundation supports school's role in Milwaukee.
Look for a new byline in The New York Times.
Where is my bread plate?
Students learn table etiquette.
How big is studying abroad?
A year in numbers.
Haggerty's latest is Wisconsin's best
The Haggerty Museum of Art's current exhibition may not be what visitors accociate first with the Dairy State, but it proves there's more to love about Wisconsin than beer and cheese.
Think like an agency
The assignment: produce a radio spot, along with a print ad campaign that promote the Parks' 100th anniversary through its golf, swimming and concert facilities.
Three magazines spotlight MU
It's a good time to be a business student.
Lessons in spotting fraud
Dr. Maureen Mascha says, "I teach students how to steal," to describe her class Fraud Examination.
Engage the world
There was a time when college students learned foreign languages this way: put on the headphones, listen and repeat the recorded statement. No more.
Some Jottings: Forgiveness
Forgiving others is one of the fundamental components of Christian life. It is also challenging.