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The Weekly

Official news and info for your week at UW-Madison March 15, 2017

Be in the Know

Badgers b-ball: Kind of a Hokie match-up

The Badgers are invited to the Big Dance, where they'll be a No. 8 seed and face the Virginia Tech Hokies in the first round. It's a tough road, though: If they win, they'll likely face defending national champions and No. 1 seed Villanova.  

The ultimate field trip: A week in Japan for these lucky students

Professor Adam Kern and four students got to travel to Japan for a week to be featured in a popular prime-time television program. It turned out to be a life-changing event.

Make summer term part of your summer plans

Summer Term is a one-of-a-kind UW-Madison experience. You can focus on one or two courses, tackling a challenging subject or getting a prerequisite out of the way. And you can finish a course in three, four, or eight weeks, rather than the full 15 weeks of fall and spring terms.

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Campus Life

Badger women hope to ice it

For the fourth consecutive season and 10th time since 2006, the Badgers women's hockey team (32-2-4 overall) advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four, after pounding Robert Morris 7-0 on Saturday. They'll face Boston College (28-5-5) in the national semifinals at 5 p.m. Friday  in St. Charles, Missouri. Archrival Minnesota plays Clarkson in the other semifinal.

In the News

Alpine ski team at nationals: Fun on and off the hill

The Wisconsin Hoofer Alpine Ski Team last week competed in the U.S. Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association National Championships at Mount Bachelor in Oregon, after qualifying at a regional competition. The Weekly caught up with team members to reflect on a thrilling season.


Making art inspired by the natural world

Peter Krsko makes art inspired by science and nature, drawing on the efficient beauty of spreading tree roots, for instance, and hexagonal cavities in bee honeycombs. As artist in residence, he's spreading that art around campus.    

Pro Tips

No spring break trip? Make the most of Madison

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.