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"These results show that we as students were excited to vote in 2018," said Laura Downer, chair of the Associated Students of Madison. "We want to have a say in the future of our country, and we know how crucial voting is to amplifying our voice."
Red- and white-wearing Badger football fans created a stripe-out effect in Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday. The atmosphere was festive as the Badgers defeated Michigan, 35-14.
Members of the UW Band take part in Jump Around at the start of the fourth quarter. Photo: Bryce Richter The…
Students who want to get their Badger spirit on this weekend but not be around alcohol have another option: a “Mocktailgate” on Library Mall from 9 to 11 a.m. Sept. 21.
Here are a few things you might not know about UW’s intramural programs:
Yanci Almonte Vargas wrote an essay about the ups and downs of his immigration experience, in order to help other young immigrants. It will be featured in a new book series.
The first week back at school made its appearance on Badgerland's social media this week. Pretty lake views, dorm rooms, excited freshmen, and traffic dominate this week's Get Social. Oh, and dogs, as always.
Thousands of new students and their families moved in to campus residence halls this weekend with the help of fellow students and staff. Bucky stopped by to lend a paw as well.
Plenty of Badgers said farewell to their families and headed to campus this week. In this week's get Get Social, take a look at some of those tearful goodbyes, and excited talk of promising futures at UW–Madison.
His desire to attend UW–Madison never wavered throughout his recovery, with a focus on gaining the skills to run his own music studio.
In this week's Get Social, a look at some of the best, most popular posts of this #UWSummer.
Originated as a part of a student capstone project, this major renovation to the 55-year-old residence hall is centered around the students that will inhabit it.
Mackenzie Berry is the recipient of a $20,000 Marcus L. Urann Fellowship from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. She is one of only six recipients nationwide this year to receive the fellowship.
The university’s vision for student-related services takes shape, with Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori Reesor announcing an organizational structure and key leadership posts for the units reporting to her.
Extreme temperatures have been predicted in Madison for the next couple of days and we all know what that means. Desperately…