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Video: First generation pharmacy student talks challenges of transition

As a first generation pharmacy student, Joanna Adamiec had to face additional challenges when she first came to school. Hear Adamiec talk about how the Working Class Student Union helped her with transitioning into life as a college student.

Free tickets available for Cap Times Idea Fest

A limited number of free tickets to the Cap Times Idea Fest, Sept. 16-17, featuring 60+ notable speakers including author David Maraniss and the top editor of the Washington Post, are available to UW students. Register using the promo code IdeaFestUWMadison.

Photo: The words "We the" on the U.S. Constitution

We the People — are going to celebrate Constitution Day

Constitution Day is Sept. 17, and UW-Madison has prepared a schedule of events to honor one of our founding documents, including a panel discussion on James Madison and the Constitutional Legacy.

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UW student interns at the White House

From studying abroad to interning across the world, UW–Madison students have had some amazing opportunities this summer. As a White House intern, UW engineering student Collin Doerflinger was there at the signing of an executive order to revive the National Space Council. Read Doerflinger’s account of this historic moment.

UW-Madison ranks No. 1 for ‘best health services’

University Health Services was recognized as the best health services in the nation for the second year in a row, according to the Princeton Review. UHS beat out 381 other colleges and universities across the country.

UW junior is a champion baton twirler — she’s also legally blind in her left eye

Tara Harris is the current College Miss Majorette of Wisconsin, and has several other baton-twirling championships. And she’s done it even though she’s legally blind in her left eye, which limits her ability to see in three dimensions.

Video: ‘One day I will be a pharmacist’

Pharmacy student Kimberly Ludwig, a Native American woman from Seering, Wisconsin, learned the importance of helping people at an early age. After she gets her degree, she plans to return home and work for a tribal community pharmacy — a place where she thinks she can make a difference.

 

Badgers get innovative: Eight students and their summer research

Summer is a time for learning in the lab as well as the classroom. Eight students share what they’re working on, from treating autism to robotic reading tutors.

Badgers get innovative: Eight students and their summer research

While most of us think of summer as a time for fun, it’s also an important time for UW students to do research. This year, UW-Madison awarded $2,000 research scholarships to 35 students taking Summer Term courses. From developing reading robots to treating autism, find out what eight Badgers will be researching this summer.

Two women’s rowing crews take home silver

At the 2017 Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) National Championships this past Sunday, the women’s lightweight rowing teams won second-place in the lightweight four and lightweight double sculls events. UW claimed fourth in the lightweight eight.