EVENTS AND REGISTRATION
Bucky's Urban Odyssey
Sunday, April 14th
An "Amazing Race" style event where students, faculty, and alumni compete around campus in a quest to complete challenges at as many of our stops as possible. A given set of clues will highlight exciting and historical locations around campus!
Breakfast with Bucky
Monday, April 15th
Bascom Hill, Engineering Mall, van hise, and East Campus Mall 8:00-11:30 AM
We are partnering with Fresh Madison Market to provide all of your breakfast needs including donuts, bagels, and yogurt, and Starbucks will be supplying coffee for a jump start to your morning!
*Gluten-free options available
Monday, April 15th | 7pm | DeLuca Forum at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery
Lauren Collins Peterson, who graduated from UW–Madison in 2010 with a degree in political science,will be the featured speaker at the 2019 All-Campus Party RedTalk. After graduating from the UW, she spent time working on President Obama’s re-election campaign, worked for Planned Parenthood, was a speechwriter for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, and most recently, co-authored a New York Times best-seller!Join us on Monday, April 15th to hear more about her story!
*This event is brought to you in partnership with the Division of Student Life.
All-Campus Day of Service
Tuesday, April 16th
For one day, students are surrounded by service opportunities as they move throughout campus. This isn’t your normal day of service. Instead, the All-Campus Day of Service allows students to explore the many ways to engage with public service. Opportunities—including direct service, philanthropy, advocacy, community discourse, and politics—give students a chance to establish a foundation for continued service.
Beginning at 11 am, student organizations and initiatives such as the Big Ten Voting Challenge, The Odyssey Project, and the Multicultural Student Center—among others—will engage with students on Library Mall with a wide array of activities to form a more inclusive vision for what it means to serve one’s community. Then, check out these amazing site-specific volunteer and engagement opportunities that will be offered throughout the afternoon:
10-4 pm: Blood Drive
Give back by donating blood at the Day of Service blood drive! This will be held on the second floor of Gordon Commons.
11-1 pm: Multicultural Student Center
Social Justice Bingo! Join the Multicultural Student Center for a game of bingo as you learn common terms around social justice and then win some prizes too! Great opportunity to visit the MSC in the Red Gym if you haven’t stopped by before!
12-4 pm: Allen Centennial Gardens
Sign up or stop by for an hour-long volunteer shift to help prepare the garden for the spring planting season!
12-4 pm: The Odyssey Project
Volunteer opportunity to help put together gift bags for the Odyssey Junior graduation held in early May. (21 N. Park St., 7th Floor)
Please follow the link below to sign-up and get more information about these great opportunities!
Wednesday, April 17th
Library MAll - 10AM-3PM
Gather some friends and sign up for Badgers Chalk the Block! This all-day chalk drawing contest showcases the talent of UW-Madison’s art community on Library Mall. Prizes include $250 worth of clothing from Tailgate, $200 worth of Ian’s Pizza, and a University Bookstore prize package.
Mad City Spotlight
Thursday, April 18th
The Sett, Union South: 5:00 PM - FREE!
A musical competition featuring acts from the UW-Madison community! Featured artists performing include: Vice Versace, Owen Ray, ZAWADI, Bear in the Forest, Celeste, and the Webstones! One of the winners will be featured as an opening act at the Lake Street Bash after-party at the Rathskeller on Friday, the 19th at 7:30 pm.
Lake Street Bash
Friday, April 19th
NORTH LAKE STREET AND THE rathskeller: 4-10 PM
A block party like no other on Lake Mendota!
Receive free food from local food vendors, check out local dance performances, climb a rock wall, and dance your heart out at our silent disco!
The JWJ Scholarship will be presented to a fellow Badger who follows in the footsteps of John W. Jung, the creator of All-Campus Party.