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FIGs Bear Fruit

Illustration of students talking in a group

by Mary Ellen Gabriel

From Letters & Science, the magazine of the UW–Madison College of Letters & Science (Spring 2019):

The tantalizing titles of First-Year Interest Groups are enough to make anyone want to go back to college. Who wouldn’t want to explore “Global Biodiversity and the Sixth Mass Extinction” or “The Meaning of Life”? A FIG fires enthusiasm for deep, meaningful study. But it’s the relationships forged in the “cohort” that really set freshmen up for success.

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