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UW-Madison has a reputation of being a renowned university academically, both nationally and globally, and attracts students of many different identities, personalities, and backgrounds.
I remember my first time in Wisconsin, when I was surprised to discover something different about the grocery store.
Passed out on a stranger’s bathroom floor. Stumbling down the street, held up by friends. Leaning over a plastic Walgreens bag in an Uber.
After graduation, where will you be? It’s been just over two weeks since President Donald Trump’s inauguration and until recently, I couldn’t seem to shake a feeling in the pit of my stomach. Our campus didn’t feel or look the same the day after the election.
We—the members of the Associated Students of Madison Grant Allocations Committee— have spent the last year funding over 300 Registered Student Organizations to host events, travel to conferences and sustain a yearly budget. Every week we spend hours reading organization applications, listening to hearings, asking questions and thoroughly vetting requests.
Much to the chagrin of many Americans and people across the globe, President Donald Trump has steadfastly maintained his campaign promises during his first days in office.
New leadership often brings a new set of policies that seek to improve the conditions of the nation.
Among a myriad of other injustices, the overall health of our nation faces stomach-sinking danger, and the threats to U.S.
President Donald Trump has recently announced that he will soon make his recommendation as to who should fill the vacant seat in the Supreme Court.
Remember first learning about the Holocaust? Whether you had a parent explain it to you, or a guest speaker at school, it was surreal.
What, among the media industry, attracts attention most in our society? Action? Love? Conflict? Resolution?
Many people can push their mind or body to the limit, but very few people can push their mind and body past their breaking point and continue moving forward.I challenge everyone reading this to sign up for that triathlon, marathon, or 5K you’ve been telling yourself you’ll train for.
Imagine a world where characteristics that make us “different” are invisible. Race, gender, sexual orientation and religion are all inconceivable.
Life is a culmination of indescribable virtue and value regardless of gender, appearance, race or age.
Discouraging. Disturbing. Disrespectful. Disgusting. These are a few words used by the Committee on Student Organizations and the international fraternity Sigma Chi to describe the recent actions of UW-Madison’s chapter of the fraternity.Sigma Chi’s members, roughly 50 of them, participated in a chant that “encouraged sexual assault” and “contributed to a culture of fear and concern,” according to the CSO.The chant is an anthem of rape culture.Lyrics, if they can be dignified with the term, include: “We’re going to throw her against the wall and we’re going to fuck her, and then fuck her mother and sister.
It’s no secret: There is a strong divide between urban and rural Wisconsin, between Madison and Milwaukee and the rest of Wisconsin.
This coming week, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the president of the United States. His road to the White House has been a long and rocky one, but to the shock of many Americans and people around the world, Jan.
Let me take a moment of your valuable time to talk about memes. In this time of short attention spans, memes—which have captured the long-practiced form of photo captioning and made it mainstream—have proliferated. They vary in comedic value and subject matter, and it feels as if there’s a new style every day.
UW-Madison’s spring course guide has been available for more than two months, but some legislators recently raised concerns about next semester’s offerings, particularly about an African languages and literature class called “The Problem of Whiteness.”The class itself has now gained national attention, thanks to people like state Rep.