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Poster helps keep doors to learning open

January 12, 2011

Camp Randall’s shaded archway, a bannered Bascom Hall and the ivy-clung portico of the Carillon are three of the photographs gracing a new poster on sale at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, with all proceeds benefiting need-based scholarships.

“Doors of UW–Madison” features 25 images of iconic entranceways — including to the marble Rathskeller and Washburn Observatory — as well as more modern sites such as Grainger Hall and the Biotechnology Center’s glassy facade. View the poster.

The Division of Enrollment Management developed the poster as a special incentive to help support UW–Madison students through the Great People Scholarship Campaign. For more information about the campaign, visit

“Volunteer photographers had fun taking pictures,” says the division’s June Ganser. “We have a lot of interesting doors on campus that represent opportunity for students.”

The posters can be purchased for $20 at the University Book Store at its State Street, Hilldale and Health Sciences locations.

They can also be purchased by sending a check ($25 includes shipping and handling, $30 for international) along with your name and mailing address to DEM Posters, 333 East Campus Mall, Madison, WI 53715-1376.

— Sally Younger