There are over 40,000 students on campus and just as many student organizations and events for them to enjoy.
Eligible students cast their ballots for the presidential election and several state positions while voting at a polling place.
At far right, guest speaker and UW-Madison alumnus, Doug Ney '95 of Red Arrow USA, demonstrates to industry professionals his company's method for dredging pork bellies in liquid smoke flavoring as part of a series of bacon-manufacturing demonstrations during Meat Curing School at the Meat Science and Muscle Biology Lab at UW-Madison on Jan. 4, 2011.
Matthew Mella, a member of the Madison Area Jugglers and 2006 graduate of UW-Madison, practices "fire poi" -- dancing with flaming balls attached to cords -- to help entice people to College Library in Helen C. White Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the fourth annual Helen C. House Party on Sept. 13, 2012.
Working with hands-on tutelage by New York-based chef Scott Barton, pictured at far right, undergraduates in a First-Year Interest Group (FIG), "Tasting Food, Tasting Freedom," prepare an authentic Brazilian meal in the Food Applications lab in Babcock Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Oct. 18, 2011. The weekly dinner lab is part of a FIG class taught by Jack Kloppenburg, professor of community and environmental sociology.