Campus Life Spotlight

Tips for scoring high on your exams

Happy last day of class! Now it’s time to get into the finals mode. Here are a few tips as you prepare for your upcoming exams. For starters: create a study schedule, get some sleep and eat a good breakfast. May the curve be in your favor!

Remembering a season of cheering, singing, dancing and winning at Camp Randall

The Big Ten championship game was a heartbreaker, but the Badgers still had an amazing run. Take a look back at some of our favorite moments at Camp Randall this season. Then, looking ahead, check out all you’ll need to know about the upcoming Orange Bowl game.

And this is it: Badgers play for Big 10 trophy, College Football Playoff berth

With Paul Bunyan’s Axe in hand, the Badgers head into the Big Ten Championship against Ohio State. And the stakes are high: A win would put Wisconsin into the College Football Playoff for the first time ever.

A look back: Enough turkey for everyone

Plenty of turkey was served to students on campus 70 years ago. On Thanksgiving 1947, UW-Madison chef Carson Gulley poses with his chefs and a number of roast turkeys for Thanksgiving.

UW Taekwondo Club throws its opponents, wins championship

The UW-Madison Taekwondo Club won the first place in this year’s Midwest Collegiate Taekwondo Championship (MCTC) on Nov. 11 in Ford Dodge, Iowa. While some members of the club compete, others join simply to learn a fun new sport, make friends and get in shape.

9 student clubs you wish you were a part of

From tango to sign language, Beowulf to improv, there are a wide variety of student organizations on campus. Here’s a list of nine of the most unusual ones.

Step out of your comfort zone — try new foods at the campus dining halls

You might be hesitant to try new foods from the dining halls or other campus food places, but the chefs work hard to cook up dishes that go beyond your standard chicken tenders or cheeseburgers. Here are some tasty choices served around campus for you to try.

Biocore program connects biology students with nature

In a dense tallgrass prairie west of Picnic Point, students in UW’s biology honors program make observations, then form their own investigative projects. The prairie serves as a “living laboratory,” where students ask questions about what they see, then create experiments.

How to throw yourself into fall

Carving pumpkins, picking apples, baking and wandering through a Bucky Badger-shaped corn maze. Don’t let the falling temperatures get you down — check out this list of fun things to do throughout the fall before the snow hits the ground.

Flashback to how Memorial Union looked in decades past

After more than five years of restoration efforts, Memorial Union is now open in its entirety. While a lot has changed over the years, that same union vibe remains. Take a look back at photos — some from nearly 90 years ago — to see for yourself.