The MEMORIAL UNION of the University of Wisconsin -- Madison is a life-changing experience, particularly if you frequent the Memorial Union (either inside or on the terrace in back) with your friends or co-workers. The MEMORIAL UNION interior is distinguished by the large, colorful murals on the walls, depicting various themes relating to beer. At the time that I was a researcher at U.W.-Madison, a 25-page booklet was available for free, which gave some background for each of the murals. The murals reside in the taproom which, by definition, includes beer taps which, also by definition, are sources of that fine beverage known as "liquid bread." Elsewhere in Memorial Union, are several rooms where one can take various courses, such as jazz dance, ballroom dance, clogging, tap dance, and so on. These same classes are also taught at UNION SOUTH. Also in MEMORIAL UNION, is a facility for renting skis. Once I rented skis at MEMORIAL UNION, because my laboratory went on a couple of ski trips together. MEMORIAL UNION is also a fine place for watching bands. I saw, in concert, a band called E.I.E.I.O. Also, movies are often shown (for free) in the evening hours, and during my four years on Mad City, I saw about 4 movies at Memorial Union. Please also note, that Memorial Union has a large cafeteria, where the seating areas include a long room with large windows that face Lake Mendota. Finally, please note that the Memorial Union includes a theater for listening to concerts. Last but not least, is the fine red brick architecture of the Memorial Union.
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