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The Weekly

Official news and info for your week at UW-Madison July 5, 2017

Be in the Know

Update from Dean Lori Berquam: Three down, three to go

The vice provost and Dean of Students has been undergoing treatment for breast cancer. She shares how it's going and her gratitude for the support she's receiving.  

The Guide: Your key to all UW courses

Do you know where to find the requirements for your chosen degree? What about a list of all the certificates offered by UW–Madison? This month, UW–Madison published the 2017–2018 edition of our Guide, the combined catalog of undergraduate and graduate academic offerings and the Wisconsin Experience.

New group brings philosophy to the community

Madison Public Philosophy is a new group of UW–Madison students that takes philosophy out of the classroom. They specialize in teaching philosophy to children and creating dramatizations of famous thought experiments — all to get you to think.

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Campus Life

Register for the Madison Early Music Festival!

Starting this Saturday, the UW-Madison Arts Institute will be hosting a workshop and concert series to celebrate music, history, dance and culture from Renaissance Spain. You can register until July 8 or attend some of the concerts and workshops that are open to the public. The festival runs from July 8 - 15. (Photo: Aliza Rand)  

My Favorite Things

5 ways to fall in love with campus in the summer

Before students become a Badger it's hard to get a full understanding of everything UW-Madison has to offer. But there are a lot of programs that help high schoolers delve into the campus atmosphere. Find out about five programs that introduce students to UW.

Your Health

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Incoming students to take new violence prevention program

Beginning August 1, first-year and incoming transfer students will participate in a new online training called U Got This! that targets sexual assault and dating violence. The new program replaces the Tonight program, which UW-Madison has used since 2013.