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Badger Spring Football Game

Mark your calendars for the Wisconsin football team’s annual Spring Game on Friday, April 13, at 6 p.m. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased online. Proceeds will go toward “Animals Need Heroes Too” in a partnership with the School of Veterinary Medicine.

New course focused on cryptocurrencies

Enroll in a new course this fall through the School of Business that will explore the fundamentals of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple, as well as their underlying technologies like blockchain and smart contracts.

Student Spotlight: When the stage is just the start

Jamie Dawson of Tampa, Florida, loves spoken word and singing, but has expanded into recording, choreography, dance and playwriting. She came to UW–Madison to be a part of the First Wave Spoken Word and Hip Hop Arts Learning Community.

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Finding yourself in STEM

Three upcoming sessions will explore how everyone can find a place in STEM fields, as part of a mission to diversify the scientific workforce. Enjoy delicious food and share thoughts on building inclusive communities in STEM. It’s free and open to all students, staff and faculty.

New: Get dining hall food delivered to your dorm or apartment

Through Tapingo, a mobile food ordering service, you can now order food from University Housing and the Wisconsin Union, and get it delivered anywhere on campus — even up to one mile beyond campus. And yes, they accept Wiscard.

Badger Market in Union South to accept SNAP Benefits

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which provides food assistance benefits to low-income individuals, will be accepted at Badger Market in an effort to reduce food insecurity. Qualifying students will be able to purchase items such as cereal and fruit.

New LGBT Campus Center director announced: Meet Warren Scherer

Warren Scherer has aspirations to make a difference and establish a community in Madison. With a love for traveling, cooking, comic books, TED Talks and crocheting, Scherer is sure to be a unique face in Madison with a passion to make a difference.




Heavy backpacks got you down?

Textbooks are not only heavy, but also expensive. In an effort to help students save money and their backs UW-Madison is offering an eText pilot program starting this spring. Around 3,000 students are participating in the pilot program and will have access via eText their entire UW-Madison academic career.

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You@wisc is a new student connection portal with tools, content, and resources specific to UW-Madison student life. It’s designed to build resilience within students and foster campus connections. Articles on relationships, sleep, fitness, purpose and more, as well as an area to set and track your goals.

$20 million matching gift supports student scholarships, faculty excellence

Two of UW–Madison’s top fundraising priorities received a significant boost as donors John and Tashia Morgridge announced a new $20 million gift to the university’s All Ways Forward campaign to support faculty excellence and student scholarships.