Listen to this playlist as an ode to UW–Madison Summer Term, from the sights and sounds of campus to the activity and discovery that define summer. With pop, indie rock, hip-hop, EDM, country and more, you’ll find the perfect song for any occasion.
Relax at the Memorial Union Terrace and enjoy a series of free live music and film showings all summer long. These events are sponsored by the Wisconsin Union Directorate.
Get educated about the laws, policies, consequences and expectations related to alcohol use at UW-Madison. See this site to help guide you in making good decisions that are in keeping with your goals and values and will let you have fun without taking unnecessary risks.
Make the most of the four-week summer term (which started Monday) by participating in fun, relaxing activities, like cooling down at the Summer Term ice cream social or watching movies on the Terrace every Sunday and Monday.
Let the experts at Visitmadison.com tell you the most fun things to do in your time off from school this summer, like exploring Madison’s 40+ parks or eating at some of the city’s best restaurants.
Looking to spend time outside this summer? From sailing to paddling, the Wisconsin Union is your outlet to fun outdoor activities at UW. Try everything from yoga classes to sailing lessons.
Anthony Wright and Brian Allen, seeking a way to publicly celebrate the accomplishments of black graduate students across the country, started the hashtag #BlackandHooded. Then it went viral.
Lori Reesor, who currently serves as vice provost for student affairs and dean of students at Indiana University-Bloomington, will start work July 1 in a new position overseeing a broad portfolio of student services, including the Division of Student Life, Rec Sports, the Wisconsin Union and University Health Services.
From a military veteran to a Truman scholar to the founder of UW’s meme page, the class of 2018 has a wide variety of unique and accomplished graduates. Here’s a snapshot of eight graduates and their stories.