#UWMadison's theme for #BlackHistoryMonth, Black Arts: Multiple Mediums, One Story, advocates for celebrating the art that Black people have created throughout the years. Whether it’s through performing arts, painting, or quilting — it’s all about bringing together and appreciating the creativity across the African diaspora. Join us in celebrating and supporting #UWBHM all month long at events across campus. Tap our link in bio or visit go.wisc.edu/bhm for a full list of events and ways to get involved.

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Feb 1 8:00 am

Since 2019, the @uwpublichistoryproject has given voice to those who resisted bigotry and exclusion on campus through archival research, displays, events and last fall’s Sifting and Reckoning exhibition, which set record gallery visitor numbers at @chazenartuw. The project is set to conclude this summer, and this week @uwchancellor Mnookin has announced that its work will continue as the newly formed Rebecca M. Blank Center for Campus History. “The Public History Project has had a tremendous impact on campus and in the broader community, due in large part to the extraordinary work and leadership of Director Kacie Lucchini Butcher and team,” @uwchancellor says. “Our faculty, staff and students are eager to take this history and use it to make our campus a better place for everyone. With the new center, we are committing to embedding the mission of the Public History Project in the daily life of campus and in our decision-making.” Tap our link in bio to read more about the new center, or visit go.wisc.edu/98ddy5 📸: Jeff Miller & Bryce Richter

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Jan 27 3:16 pm

Welcome back! We woke up Tuesday with wind and clouds, but the sun peeked out to see what was happening on the first day of the spring semester.

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Jan 25 9:35 am

Good morning, #Badgers, and welcome to the Spring 2023 semester. Let’s begin. 📸: Bryce Richter

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Jan 24 7:42 am

Grateful to @benjealous — social entrepreneur, changemaker, and former NAACP president — for delivering an inspirational message at tonight’s #UWMLK Symposium. Thank you to @omaifirstwave scholars for their performance, @uw_studentlife and @uw_diversity for sponsoring and the @wisconsinuniontheater for hosting this wonderful event! 📸: Bryce Richter

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Jan 23 9:40 pm

American civil rights leader, social entrepreneur, and changemaker @benjealous will be on campus on Monday, January 23, to give the #UWMLK Symposium keynote address. Don’t miss it! Join in person at Memorial Union or register to watch online. Tap our link in bio to learn more, or visit go.wisc.edu/MLK23

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Jan 20 9:42 am

49. Soon-be-to be graduate Bella Persino — possibly with very cold toes — walks in slides through the snow on the way to the Kohl Center for the winter #UWGrad ceremony on December 18. #UWMadison Moments in Time: 49/49. Tap the link in bio to see our full year in review, or visit go.wisc.edu/mit22 📸: @altheaphotos

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Jan 15 5:00 pm

48. An impromptu snowball battle heats up on Bascom Hill as first-year students take a break from studying to let off some steam. #UWMadison Moments in Time: 48/49. Tap the link in bio to see our full year in review, or visit go.wisc.edu/mit22 📸: @taylordaynephotography

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Jan 15 9:00 am

47. Olivia Janson, and Joshua Birke, next to her, study for an aerodynamics final. The two picked this spot in Engineering Hall because they like the outlets in the table. “It’s always a good thing to be here. It’s always warmer here than anywhere else.” #UWMadison Moments in Time: 47/49. Tap the link in bio to see our full year in review, or visit go.wisc.edu/mit22 📸: @altheaphotos

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Jan 14 5:00 pm

46. Postdoctoral fellow and Winter. 2022 Commencement student speaker Kirstan Gimse followed an unconventional path — from high school dropout to PhD — to achieve her dream of becoming a biomedical researcher. “We have all come from different places, taken different paths and have different perspectives,” she said to the Winter #UWGrad Class of 2022. “It is the culmination of our differences that makes UW–Madison so great.” #UWMadison Moments in Time: 46/49. Tap the link in bio to see our full year in review, or visit go.wisc.edu/mit22 📸: @altheaphotos

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Jan 14 9:00 am

45. Devyn Robinson (#10) spikes the ball as @badgervb plays against Pittsburgh. The returning NCAA volleyball champions made a hard run at a second title, but the season ended in the Elite Eight with a hard-fought loss to Pitt. #UWMadison Moments in Time: 45/49. Tap the link in bio to see our full year in review, or visit go.wisc.edu/mit22 📸: @taylordaynephotography

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Jan 13 5:00 pm

44. New head @badgerfootball coach Luke Fickell speaks during a welcome event introducing him to the Badger community on November 28. “There is a tremendous foundation here that I can’t wait to build upon,” said Fickell. “This world-class university, athletic department and passionately loyal fan base all have a strong commitment to success and I can’t wait to be a part of it.” #UWMadison Moments in Time: 44/49. Tap the link in bio to see our full year in review, or visit go.wisc.edu/mit22 📸: Bryce Richter

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Jan 13 9:00 am

43. UW students Emma Ong (right) and Seth Thao (left) work with circuit breadboards during an electronics workshop in the @uwmakerspace. Largely student run, the Makerspace empowers students to build a community immersed in emerging technologies and focused on innovative creativity. #UWMadison Moments in Time: 43/49. Tap the link in bio to see our full year in review, or visit go.wisc.edu/mit22 📸: Bryce Richter

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Jan 12 5:00 pm

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