Photo gallery Family weekend fun
Over 1,300 families came to campus for UW–Madison’s Family Weekend from Oct. 7 to 9. Students and their families played bag toss and oversize Jenga, walked on the field inside Camp Randall Stadium, met Bucky Badger, had a scavenger hunt and just generally had fun exploring campus.
Staff members hand out bags filled with welcome gifts as families check in for Family Weekend at Union South.
Members of the UW-Madison a cappella group Redefined perform during a Family Weekend event in Varsity Hall in Union South.
Student Elinor Picek and her mother Cherri Hill take part in a scavenger hunt at the Chazen Museum of Art.
Kaila Land, along with her mother and grandparents, pose for a photo on the Motion W on the 50-yard line of the field at Camp Randall Stadium.
Families enter Camp Randall Stadium for a chance to walk out on the playing field and take photos.
UW Chancellor Rebecca Blank speaks to those attending Family Weekend at Varsity Hall in Union South.
Ben Kemp and Michael Melendez play a game of UW-themed bag toss outside Union South.
Jack Meyer, along with his mother and grandparents, smile for the camera in a photo booth outside Union South.
Eliiot Giffin, Sam Bradin and Sam Giffin play a game of oversized Jenga outside Union South.
Madalyn Gasca and her mother Laura take part in a scavenger hunt at the Chazen Museum of Art.