We all remember the feeling of sitting down criss-cross applesauce in some small corner of a room with a book in our small hands. The feeling of the crisp pages between our fingers and the images flashing through our heads.
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“Get up, stand up, c’mon throw your hands up!” All true Badgers know these words by heart and are immediately sent into a frenzy whenever they hear that beginning fanfare.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a whopping 9,000 student employees. The opportunities are endless, with jobs ranging from working at a dining hall on campus or being a personal trainer at the gym to working at an official university office.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is grappling with the dilemma of swelling class sizes but having nowhere to house students, creating a roadblock when it comes to new growth for the university.
Move-in week at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is one of the craziest weeks of the year. There are people everywhere, the traffic is horrible and students and parents are running around stressed out of their minds.
Preparing for your first year of college includes many different things. You not only worry about getting scholarships and leaving home but also how you are going to fit your whole life into a 9-by-11-foot room. Oh, and share that room with another person, too.
On Thursday night, I had a fiesta of my own at Jake Scott and Ben Rector’s “The Joy of Music” tour at the Sylvee.
As my first year of college comes to a close, I often find myself reflecting on the experiences and the lessons that I learned. College is a place where you not only learn about science and math, but also a place where you learn a lot about yourself.
If you are like me, you may have found yourself returning from the long break somehow with more stuff than you left with. In most cases that would be fine — you can just stuff the extras somewhere, right? However, when you live in a 9-by-11 room, space can be a commodity. The easiest solution would be to simply get rid of some things, but if you are not quite ready to live that minimalist lifestyle just yet, here are some tips and tricks to help you maximize space in your dorm room.
As the second wave of midterms comes crashing upon us, the feelings of anxiety and stress that come with seem to push you under. Classes are now very much in full swing, and homework is piling up.