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  • Photo via Flickr

    Twin-soft-poet: that’s the address of Van Hise Hall using the brand new address system from up and coming London-based startup what3words.

  • Walk through the aisles of any store and the rows have magically turned into hues of red and pink.

  • In first semester Arabic this year, there are 15 students. They’re a pretty close, tight-knit group because it takes a special kind of student to take--and do well in--Arabic.

  • Maria Alyokhina (left) and Sasha Bogina (right), members of the Russian feminist punk group Pussy Riot, speak in Russian with members of the UW–Madison Russian Flagship Program inside the Memorial Union’s Council Room. The discussion followed a larger public event that was open to the public in the Union’s Shannon Hall. PHOTO: BRYCE RICHTER

    Maria Alyokhina (left) and Sasha Bogina (right), members of the Russian feminist punk group Pussy Riot, speak in Russian with members of the UW–Madison Russian Flagship Program inside the Memorial Union’s Council Room. The discussion followed a larger public event that was open to the public in the Union’s Shannon Hall. PHOTO: BRYCE RICHTER

    Jerry Anders, a senior majoring in computer science, has been looking forward to a chance to meet Pussy Riot, the Russian feminist punk group, for a while now.

  • Photo by Jeff Miller, UW-Madison, University Communications

    Every Thursday night just as the sun is setting, Arabic language students at UW-Madison gather in high spirits at conversation table inside the Memorial Union.

  • Students and staff set up booths around campus to give the campus community resources for obtaining their passports.

    Students and staff set up booths around campus to give the campus community resources for obtaining their passports.

    UW–Madison is making sure its students are ready to pursue opportunities across the globe.

  • Language study is often coupled with an interest for the world outside the United States. Many classes explore the culture and history of one or more other countries where the language is spoken.

  • Professor D courtesy of the African Cultural Studies Department.

    Professor Damon Sajnani (w)raps culture, language and politics together in his new position in the Department of African Cultural Studies.

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