Navigating my life on my own at a college in a new city was something I worked hard for in my secondary school years. Though stressful, spending the fall semester of my senior year of high school filling out many college applications was exciting because it meant that the next chapter in my life was approaching. Graduation day came and went, and I spent the summer patiently waiting for move-in day at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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The impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine has been beyond devastating. The conflict continues to escalate, and so does the people of Ukraine’s need for help.
When entering the University of Wisconsin-Madison, most freshmen do not have to be concerned about housing, since they will live in the dorms. But what about when you become a sophomore? Are you going to stay in your dorm, or are you going to live off-campus?