There are fewer than 40 days until commencement. And whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, everyone who intends to graduate in May needs to follow the steps to prepare for the ceremony. Check out this timeline.
Graduation is approaching quickly. Where has the time gone? You’ve spent time in the dorms and library, met new friends, maybe even studied abroad. But what haven’t you done? Make sure to check these items off your Bucky List before graduation day!
Spring break is typically associated with sandy beaches, clear skies and warm sunshine. Unfortunately, it’s also associated with money. We can’t all go to Daytona or Key West. But that doesn’t mean students can’t have a great ‘staycation’ in Wisconsin and save a few dollars in the process. Read more »
Don’t leave campus too quickly! Take 10 minutes to go through the checklist provided by the UW-Madison Police Department to ensure that your belongings are kept secure over break. Lock your apartment and close the shades.
When pulling together your costume, remember that some portrayals may offend without you realizing it. The Mariachi, the Kimono princess, the kung fu master — they’re not funny to many, as they stereotype or appropriate other cultures.
Plenty of myths are harmless, like Bigfoot. But these myths about tutoring are just not true. It can actually save you time, for one, and your tutor is not going to spoon-feed you the answers.
Whether you’re drowning in finals, looking forward to graduation or wondering what you’re going to do with all your summer free time, we’ve got some helpful technology tips for you.