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A new $17.3 million residence hall, temporarily named “New 32 Hall,” will be ready to house more than 170 students next fall.
UW-Madison Police are investigating a series of incidents that occurred in Sellery Residence Hall during the early morning hours of Sept. 21 and are seeking information from the campus community.
Students enjoy roasting marshmallows for s’mores in the fire circle outside the new Dejope Residence Hall on Sept. 10.
Going up? A Badger Buddy volunteer (right) holds the elevator door as students and family members move belongings into Ogg Residence Hall.
The bulk of more than 7,100 students will be moving into university residence halls on campus on Wednesday, Aug. 29, and Thursday, Aug. 30.
During a period of 13 weeks this summer University Housing is hosting residential programs involving 106 groups that will collectively bring some 16,000 guests to campus, including residents and local commuters who will be staying in University Housing facilities.
“Dejope,” a word that the Ho-Chunk and other American Indians have used to refer to the Madison area for thousands of years, will be the name of the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s new lakeshore residence hall.
UWPD is seeking information on a June 8 incident in Eagle Heights
Burritos, omelets or a quick sandwich. All will be offered this fall when the new Gordon Dining & Event Center opens.
For almost a year, Pet Partner teams from Dogs on Call, Inc., a local nonprofit organization made up of volunteers and their pets, have visited UW–Madison students in their residence halls during finals week.
It won't be long now before University of Wisconsin–Madison residence halls are bustling with activity again. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 29-30, will be the busiest days of the 2007 fall move-in.