Regardless of the uncertainties that we face heading into the fall semester, we are one of the fortunate universities to have adapted a hybrid delivery of classes — meaning we still get to utilize the beautiful, energetic city we all know and love (as safely as possible). If these are your first couple of weeks on campus, there are still so many reasons to get excited for the next four years. Although this fall may not consist of the typical game day seas of red or breezy nights at the terrace, here are some ideas of how you can start to take advantage of everything this city has to offer, safely and socially distanced!
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Across the country, Americans are adjusting to the new reality of social distancing, self-isolation and lots of unknowns. For everyone, this spring is not one that was anticipated by anyone. This pandemic has caused a new type of March madness by bringing disappointment, frustration and fear.
It’s hard to believe that half of a school year has come and gone. Perhaps you’ve only just completed your first semester of college, or maybe this will be your last one at the University of Wisconsin. Wherever you’re at, the beginning of the second semester is a growing point for everyone.