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The Weekly

Official news and info for your week at UW-Madison June 21, 2017

Be in the Know

How to learn a language in eight weeks

During summer, UW-Madison's language institutes offer intensive programs that surround students with the language and culture of a faraway place. The key difference from studying abroad? The learning takes place on the campus you call home.

Top 10 air-conditioned places to binge watch shows — oh, and study

If you don't have air-conditioning in your Madison apartment, your dreams of catching up on popular TV series this summer might be a bit of a challenge. Read this list to find the most comfortable and judgment-free campus locations where you can watch your shows in the university's sweet, blissful air conditioning.

You can now get free vegetables on campus!

If you're sick of eating junk food, but the produce at the grocery store doesn't fit your budget, the UW Campus Food Shed was made for you. Find out how four campus fridges full of free vegetables, fruits and spices are helping reduce food waste and make students and staff healthier.

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Darius Rucker Live

Darius Rucker is kicking off the American Family Insurance Championship at Breese Stevens Field on Friday, June 23. Buy your tickets today

Campus Life

Badgerloop Pod II — The need for speed

A team of students revealed their design for the Badgerloop Pod II during an event Saturday in the  Mechanical Engineering Building lobby. They're preparing for their second  SpaceX Hyperloop Competition, which involves building a pod that moves in a low-pressure tube at hundreds of miles per hour. The sole criteria for this year’s competition is speed.  

In the News

UW-Madison junior has clothing company — and it’s got wings

"One day I was sitting on my couch, not doing my ACT homework, and thought ‘I’m going to start a clothing brand and it’s going to be all about being a good person and everything is going to have angel wings!’"

Pro Tips

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Get financial aid advice at drop-in office hours

Need advice about financial aid? Advisors will be available for drop-in appointments on certain days, whether you need help completing the FAFSA, have questions about your financial aid award, or need advice on budgeting and debt.