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Falling for the UW

We asked Badgers to share what their favorite thing is about Madison in the fall. Here are some of the things they mentioned!

The Terrace! - Toni C

The Terrace between classes (Photo by Althea Dotzour / UW-Madison)

Picnic Point - Franny V

Pedestrians and students walk among the colors of the fall leaves on the Howard Temin Lakeshore Path near Picnic Point. (Photo by Bryce Richter / UW-Madison)

The fall colors! - Joy G

Fall colors peak near Observatory Drive on a warm fall day in October.

Badger football!!! - Suzanne W

Red-White spring football scrimmage game at Camp Randall. (Photo by Taylor Wolfram / UW–Madison)

The sea of red on game day!! - Kristin Carlson

The newly completed south end zone renovation is seen in the background during the season opener football game between the Wisconsin Badgers and the Illinois State Redbirds. (Photo by Althea Dotzour / UW–Madison)

The excitement in the air. - Susan H

The sun sets behind Dejope Residence Hall as joggers and walkers make their way down Lakeshore Path. (Photo by Althea Dotzour / UW–Madison)

The Farmer's Market - Kathy P

Pedestrians -- including those wearing red and University of Wisconsin-Madison-branded clothing -- shop for produce and other offerings while walking around the Dane County Farmers' Market. (Photo by Jeff Miller/UW-Madison)

Arboretum - Trici Schraeder

A family poses for photos amid a forest with tree foliage changing color at University of Wisconsin–Madison Arboretum. (Photo by Jeff Miller / UW–Madison)

Bascom Hill - Ellen Louis

Bascom Hall dons fall foliage on an October afternoon.

The excitement and exhilaration of starting new classes. - Annette R

Students watch the lecture on the first day of Math 221 with instructor Soledad Benguria Depassier in Sterling Hall. (Photo by Althea Dotzour / UW–Madison)

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