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The Bakke offers a wide range of features including cardio, weightlifting, cooking, dancing, sport simulators, nap pods, mental health and wellness, a rock wall and even a protein shake station.
“Effigy: Bird Form” is meant to evoke the effigy mounds that have since disappeared. The sculpture is located on the eastern edge of Observatory Hill just north of Van Hise Hall.
Looking to find your community, UW students? The Fall Student Organization Fair at the Kohl Center on Sept. 8 featured clubs for every interest.
Twenty-seven groups from different student organizations affiliated with the Multicultural Student Center performed a mix of stepping/strolling, dance routines and a capella singing for new students seeking to join student organizations.
The Badgers football team and head coach Luke Fickell started the new era of Wisconsin football with a 38-17 defeat of the Buffalo Bulls.
On the evening of Sept. 1, thousands of first-year University of Wisconsin–Madison students gathered at Camp Randall Stadium for the W Project, a crash course in the Badger spirit.
During this week's move-in, all sorts of people pitch into push carts, carry boxes, offer advice and provide students with support on an emotional day, especially for students off to college for the first time.
A walk through Curtis Prairie at the Arboretum is an ideal time and place to slow an overly busy mind and restore one’s spirit, whether its watching the pink bergamot unfurl, the goldenrod spears reaching for the sky, or bees buzzing on a delicate lavender Joe-Pye weed.
More than 300 second- and third-shift employees enjoyed ice cream and an inside look at the new Bakke Recreation and Wellbeing Center at an Employee Appreciation Ice Cream Social event from 10 p.m. to midnight on Wednesday, Aug. 16.
The South Madison community celebrated the ninth annual Unity Picnic at the UW South Madison Partnership.
The annual event serves as a gesture of thanks for employees’ hard work and dedication throughout the academic year.
ALL Stories brings local authors into schools and community organizations to help encourage and inspire young writers.
The goal is to create a campus landscape that supports biodiversity while providing an inviting space for students, employees and visitors alike.
Members of the UW community gathered to bid a fond farewell to Provost Karl Scholz, who will become the next president of the University of Oregon on July 1.
Now in its third year, the Flow Project highlights not only the value of art as a tool to communicate science, but also as a way to inspire new science across University of Wisconsin campuses.