Photo gallery Life returns to the Terrace
People, music and conversation are back at the Terrace, as COVID-19 restrictions are gradually being lifted as more people are vaccinated. On Monday, many people gathered to watch the 1993 movie “Dazed and Confused” as dusk fell, marking the resumption of Lakeside Cinema programming. Many others sailed, gathered with friends or just sat on the pier to watch the sunset. Take a look at how to join in the fun at the Terrace and the Wisconsin unions.
The Memorial Union Terrace and Lake Mendota shoreline at sunset on June 14. Following a 15-month pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wisconsin Union is further opening its facilities as more become people vaccinated for coronavirus.
Members of the Hoofers Sailing Club sail on Lake Mendota, providing a beautiful scene to those relaxing on the Terrace.
After a year of physical distancing, there's nothing like gathering with fellow Badgers on the pier at the Memorial Union Terrace.
Windsurfers with the Hoofers Sailing Club sail their longboards on the sun-dappled waters of Lake Mendota.
People watch the 1993 movie “Dazed and Confused" as dusk falls on June 14. The summer-series film screening is part of the Lakeside Cinema programming, led by the Wisconsin Union Directorate.
Two friends embrace amid a relaxed gathering on the pier.
People are returning to the Terrace to watch the sunset, after a long year without such gatherings.
A large sailboat docks as twilight falls.