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Three times this week Associated Students of Madison representatives brought cases against their own Student Council surrounding controversial divestment legislation and a subsequent bylaws change.
Luis Gonzalez explored the differences between indigenous medical practices and traditional Western-based methodology. From his observations, he offered recommendations to help improve community-based healthcare models.
The professor, who researches transgender health care and transgender identity, decided to turn down the offer shortly after Wisconsin quit providing health insurance coverage for state workers seeking gender reassignment surgery.
Data shows 40 percent of students surveyed agreed with the statement “most people would think less of someone who has received mental health treatment,” according to The Healthy Minds Study.
Dean of Students Lori Berquam announced she has been diagnosed with breast cancer and will begin chemotherapy treatment next week.
Two suspects robbed an individual of their belongings after showing a weapon Friday morning, according to a UW-Madison Police Department incident report.The robbery reportedly took place at the intersection of Mills Street and Spring Street around 2:15 a.m.
The goals of the workshop included having the participants challenge one another and acknowledge that no one is at the same place in understanding the constructs of race and white supremacy. However, it was noted that the participants would leave with a better understanding of how whiteness affects one’s interactions on a daily basis.
Here comes the sun—and the solar panels—at UW-Stout. Previously one of only two UW System schools operating without renewable energy, their Sustainability Council received funding for the panels after pushback from administration.
The three students were shocked after reading the second question of the Statistics 224 exam. Meza said he felt disrespected and considered walking out of the class.
The UW-Madison Libraries are in the midst of a makeover, and in light of proposed transformations, the university will hold two upcoming town halls dedicated to collecting campus input on the futures of the libraries.
Seats on the Board of Regents could be filled entirely by Gov. Scott Walker nominees if two appointees are confirmed following their public hearing held by legislators earlier this week.
For this year’s Ag Day, Collegiate Farm Bureau partnered with The University Club, which provided free food from Wisconsin farms, including pork belly, chicken satay and of course, cheese.
Citing frustration over the current political atmosphere, members of Associated Students of Madison’s Sustainability Committee are making strides to combat climate change and draw attention to pressing environmental issues.
As a black queer transgender differently abled man, Banks, a poet and UW-Madison graduate, spoke on the importance of being proud of one’s identity, even when one appears or feels different from others, and advocating for those who face similar challenges.
What started as a capstone project for a class became two students’ mission to bring equality to South Madison residents.
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez spoke to a crowd of UW-Madison community members Monday to kick off Earth Week. He is the recipient of the 2015 Nickelodeon Halo Award, the 2015 Peace First Prize and served as a member of the 2013 President’s Youth Council. A high school student himself, he offered students ways to become involved in climate activism.
Signs may start appearing next to more bathrooms around campus as a template created by the LGBT Campus Center begins to circulate. The model form has been posted on the newly updated LGBTCC website since late February. It goes along with other content on a page that details restroom practices and lists single-stall restrooms around campus.
A man carrying a knife has been reported in the parking lot below Helen C. White Hall, according to a WiscAlert.
The Wisconsin Idea Fellowship awards roughly seven fellowships annually and aids students in implementing service projects that will impact the campus and beyond. The program, which is open to students who hold sophomore to senior standing, offers logistical assistance as well as up to $7,000 in funding. It connects participants with a community partner and a UW-Madison faculty or academic staff advisor to address social problems that have been identified locally, nationally and globally, according to Wisconsin Idea Fellowship Graduate Assistant Garrett Grainger.