Badger Voice

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Going Inside the Outback Bowl

Considered by many to be the marquee bowl outside of the college football playoff games, the Outback Bowl pits the No. 17 Wisconsin Badgers against the No. 19 Auburn Tigers. And with a variety of tours, events and activities surrounding the bowl, fans are sure to have a G’day.

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Save power, make power

Trisha Andrew wants to save billions of watt hours by revolutionizing, well, just about every electronic device in existence. She suggests this be done by controlling the spin on electrons, and then shutting down devices if the proper spin is absent.

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Speak Up!

With the 2014 election season behind us, attention in Washington, D.C., and Madison now focuses on upcoming budget and policy debates. UW-Madison has a lot at stake in these deliberations.

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Veteran’s Way

During his tours of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq, Jake Wood '05 witnessed violence, death and destruction. But he also discovered a deep personal commitment to helping others.

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Backflip Films Puts Alumni Front and Center

For Ryan Freng ’06 and John Shoemaker ’08, starting Backflip Films in 2007 was a labor of love. And producing three videos for this year’s University of Wisconsin Annual Campaign was all about sharing their love of the UW with fellow alumni.

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‘Fill the Hill’ Helps Annual Campaign Fly High

What began as a prank has become part of University of Wisconsin-Madison lore. And this quirky campus classic came alive once again when pink flamingos returned to roost on Bascom Hill on October 6 and 7, 2014. This time, they flocked to their grassy home as part of the University of Wisconsin’s Annual Campaign.

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