Crazy signs! Big crowds! Lee Corso! ESPN’s popular football show will broadcast live from Bascom Hill Saturday before the unbeaten Badgers take on the Michigan Wolverines in a game with big College Football Playoff ramifications.
Jada Kline, the student speaker for the UW–Madison winter commencement ceremony on Dec. 17, will emphasize the value of bouncing back from disappointments, never becoming complacent and trying harder the next time.
Wisconsin’s winters are pretty rough. There are below-zero temperatures, snowstorms, slush puddles and winds that seem to blow straight through your jacket. We’ve got some strategies you can use to stay at least a little warm.
Temperatures are dropping, leaves are falling and the Badgers football team remains unbeaten. But they still have work to do to make the College Football Playoff. They play the Iowa Hawkeyes at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Camp Randall.
Thousands of students provided feedback through a first-ever survey on campus climate. The results, released today, show most students view the climate positively. But that’s not true for everyone. Much work remains to make sure all Badgers feel welcome.
Student organizations are a vital part of the UW–Madison campus, and joining one is a chance to make friends and boost your resume. With more than 900 organizations, which ones will you choose to join?
An emergency alert at about noon Wednesday warned of a man with a gun at the Law School Library. Fortunately, the report turned out to be unfounded. But it’s an important reminder to use the WiscAlert system to stay safe. UWPD’s Active Shooter Response Guide details steps you should take in an emergency.
This year’s speakers are two of Hollywood’s top storytellers. They met years ago in the basement of Vilas Hall. Here to introduce them is the Evil Queen herself.