Evolution In Gaming March 2013 Border Battle: Why Minnesotans Go to Madison Photo Essay: Winter On Campus By Sommer Ahmad An accurately depicted snowBucky stood outside Music Hall amidst the chaos of the snow day. The first real snowfall in Madison this school year made the Engineering Campus a sparkling winter wonderland. Boots make Wisconsin winters almost enjoyable, for, with warm feet, one can enjoy the beauty of the snow. Though the Lakeshore Path is covered in ice, dedicated runners and nature-seeking Badgers continue to use it. Wind drifts after a snow storm sculpt some interesting snow structures A snow-damaged sign ropes off this botanical garden until warmer weather. Some committed students still use their bikes in this weather, while others embark on foot. Leftover bikes get covered in snow. Snow-covered boats line the shore of Lake Mendota Hearing news of the snow day, these students decided to take on some latenight snowman-building. And what are late-night shenanigans without some risky sledding down Charter? Remnants of fall remain as winter weather approaches With a snow day instead of exams to worry about, students waged war at at the annual Lakeshore vs. Southeast snowball fight. Having made peace after the snowball fight, friends made a train to sled down bascom hill. Early-morning classes pull students out of bed to treck through the snow at the beginning of a new semester.