Photo gallery Red-cart days: Students move in, with chancellor’s help
Students started moving into UW–Madison residence halls on Monday, with the help of family, friends, upperclassmen, and even Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin and some other UW–Madison leaders. More than 8,000 students will be moving in over four days, and they’ll use 600 red carts.
At left, Chancellor Mnookin greets second-year students Francesca Pica and Avery Krahenbuhl-Cameron, both from Rice Lake, as Francesca moves into the Dejope Residence Hall.
First-year student Cheyenne Schepp from Wausau holds a potted plant while her mom maneuvers the moving cart during the Dejope Residence Hall move-in.
First-year student Charlie Campbell from Dallas, Texas, dives into the back of a pick-up truck to pull out boxes while his parents look on.
Chancellor Mnookin greets students working for University Housing at the Dejope Residence Hall.
At right, Chancellor Mnookin greets first-year student Will Hicks from Charlotte, N.C., and his parents, as they grab a bite to eat in the Dejope Residence Hall during move-in day.
Chancellor Mnookin shakes hands with student Laurel Dorminy from Dallas, Texas, while her parents look on as they eat lunch outside of Four Lakes Market in the Dejope Residence Hall.
At right, Chancellor Mnookin visits with upperclassmen Bill Zhu (left) and Henry Wysong-Grass (center) as they eat lunch outside of Four Lakes Market in the Dejope Residence Hall.
At left, Chancellor Mnookin invites 11-year-old Sophia to consider a future as a Badger like her brother, first-year student Aaron Mathew from Allentown, NJ. Mathew’s family was helping him move into the Dejope Residence Hall.
Students and families load up the red moving carts during the Dejope Residence Hall move-in.
Chancellor Mnookin greets first-year student Charlie Pallares and his mom Kim Pallares as they move in to Dejope Residence Hall. Mnookin, a California transplant herself said, "We'll all have to get used to the winter together."
People walk through the doors during move-in day at Dejope Residence Hall.
Henry Lee, second from left, and his siblings and alumni parents unpack the van.
Chancellor Mnookin and students pose on the 10th floor of Sellery Residence Hall during move-in.
The family of new student Henry Lee unpack the van as Lee prepares to move into Sellery.
It’s a poignant day with smiles and change in the air as families move their new Badgers into Sellery.
Chancellor Mnookin poses with a group of University Housing staff in a check-in tent for Sellery Residence Hall.
Chancellor Mnookin, at left, helps incoming first-year student Mia Staszcuk push her red moving cart into Sellery Residence Hall on Tuesday.