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Academy history

The Academy's core values are rooted in colonial America.

The passing of the torch for the Academy's Initiatives program.

Now that I am entering my eighth year as editor of Wisconsin People & Ideas, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on what this magazine means to me—and to its readers.

As a result of the legislative “drafting error” that lead to the deletion of the Wisconsin Idea from the budget, millions of people now know about it. Or do they?

Years ago, a student asked me at orientation what qualities he would need to be successful in my Freshman English class. I came up with three.

The James Watrous Gallery's Randall Berndt and Martha Glowacki.

There was no way of knowing what a great success the James Watrous Gallery in Overture Center for the Arts would be when its doors opened on Sunday, September 19, in 2004.

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AN ACT TO INCORPORATETHE “WISCONSIN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, ARTS & LETTERS”   The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

At long last we have a biography of Increase A. Lapham, one of Wisconsin’s most important early residents.

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The foundations of the modern day Transactions lay in the very first publication of

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