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Wish You Were Here: If You Want to Be a Badger

If You Want to Be a Badger, Then Here’s a To-Do List.
If you want to be a Badger, then we’ve got a few things for you to do.

April 06, 2021

The Wisconsin Experience is about taking classes, sure, but it’s about so much more. Today’s incoming students have no idea what possibilities await them. So give us your thoughts: what should everyone do before graduating, if they want to really be a Badger.

If you want to be a Badger — to truly live the full UW experience — then you’ve got to do more than come along with me, even by the bright shining light of the moon. You might want to sit on the Terrace, watch a game at the Kohl Center, participate in a UW–Madison First Nations Cultural Landscape Tour, walk on a frozen Lake Mendota, march in a protest, eat a cheese curd, and — well, several other things.

Send us your suggestions. (Include memories and photos, please!) We’ll add them to this scrapbook.

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A STRAWBERRY-GARNISHED WAFFLE — BRANDED WITH A “W” CREST LOGO — IS PICTURED ON A SYRUP-COVERED CAFETERIA PLATE AT THE GORDON DINING AND EVENT CENTER. THE STYLIZED WAFFLES ARE A FAVORITE AMONG MANY UNIVERSITY HOUSING RESIDENTS. (PHOTO BY JEFF MILLER/UW–MADISON)
A STRAWBERRY-GARNISHED WAFFLE — BRANDED WITH A “W” CREST LOGO — IS PICTURED ON A SYRUP-COVERED CAFETERIA PLATE AT THE GORDON DINING AND EVENT CENTER. THE STYLIZED WAFFLES ARE A FAVORITE AMONG MANY UNIVERSITY HOUSING RESIDENTS. (PHOTO BY JEFF MILLER/UW–MADISON)
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