A celebration marked the 100th anniversary of the dedication of Camp Randall's arch and Memorial Park.
State officials in attendance said Camp Randall serves as a symbol of the sacrifices of the 91,000 Wisconsin soldiers who served during the Civil War.
"We're honoring that generation, really, that built the foundation right here on these campus grounds," said John Scocos, Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs. So it's a day of celebration and honoring those that served during that generation and all the generations that followed them."
Members of the Grand Army of the Republic, Post 8 were in attendance, and members of the 1st Brigade Band performed.
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