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The L&S Honors Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison serves undergraduates pursuing Honors in the Liberal Arts, Honors in the Major, or Comprehensive Honors degrees. We provide small faculty-led courses, individual advising and research.
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Washburn Study Cafe is now open! We have comfortable chairs, caffeinated beverages, and snacks to keep your brain working.
Can't find an open chair in the library? Come to the Washburn Study Cafe where you will find a cozy and quiet study space with comfy chairs, hot and cold beverages, and snacks! We will be open till 8pm tonight--so we hope you will stop by.
Washburn Study Cafe is open till 8pm tonight. Stop by the Honors Office for a snack, some coffee, and a quiet and cool place to hit the books.
Creating your study strategy for final exams? The Washburn Observatory Library is open to all from 12pm-8pm tomorrow (Thursday) and Friday! We'll have plenty of free snacks and caffeinated beverages available to fuel your studying! Need a group study space? The beautiful Washburn conference room can be reserved for groups-- just email us at email@example.com to reserve a time!
We're hosting our LAST Wednesday at Washburn of the school year this evening! We'll be joined tonight by Professor of Classics, William Brockliss, to hear about his work and research at our informal session. We'll begin tonight at 6:00p.m. at the Washburn Observatory and light refreshments will be served. Learn more about Professor Brockliss and his work here: http://news.ls.wisc.edu/announcements/new-faculty-qa-william-brockliss-classics/ We hope to see you there!
Due to technical difficulties there will be no chat advising this evening (Monday, May 5). Check back tomorrow!
Need a quiet place to study for your finals? The Washburn Observatory library is open for student study space on Thursday, May 8th and Friday, May 9th, from 12pm-8pm. We'll have plenty of free snacks and caffeinated beverages available to fuel your studying! Need a group study space? The beautiful Washburn conference room can be reserved for groups-- just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a time!
It's the first Wednesday in April, so you know what that means... we're hosting Wednesday at Washburn tonight! This month, we welcome Professor of Classics, Laura McClure. This is a great chance to learn more about her research and projects in an informal setting. A light dinner and discussion will begin at 6:00 p.m. at the Washburn Observatory. We hope to see you there!
Don't forget to set your clocks forward one hour tonight for daylight savings time!
It's the first Wednesday in March, which means that the Honors Student Organization is hosting Wednesday at Washburn! Joining us tonight is Political Science Professor Jon Pevehouse. Professor Pevehouse's research interests lie in international relations, American foreign policy, and international political economy. Our night kicks off at 6 p.m. with a light dinner. Hope to see you there!