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Upon entering a classroom in November and throughout the school year, many indigenous-identifying students feel as though their identities are disregarded in the academic setting.
Only 10 of the people UW-Madison sophomore Demko Montgomery-Elm graduated middle school with now attend post-secondary schooling. The decision to quit schooling is not uncommon for many students in districts near tribal communities of northern Wisconsin similar to the one she attended in Minocqua, Wis.
Of the 25 sororities at UW-Madison, one sorority in particular stands out from other Greek life organizations on campus.Alpha Pi Omega is only Native American sorority at UW-Madison, and it has just two active members on campus.
To win the game, one has to play their cards right. But students won’t be able to with College Cards, a UW-focused version of the game Cards Against Humanity, after the company illegally used the university’s trademark.
Faisal Abdu’Allah, a UW-Madison associate professor of art and Creative Arts Community faculty director, spoke Tuesday night about the representation of transformation, identity and racial issues in his artwork.Abdu’Allah showed the audience at Gordon Commons pictures of his artwork, which have been exhibited in galleries around the world, including the Chazen Museum on campus.
If passed, the first year involvement committee legislation would ensure that a freshman voice is on Student Council.
College Cards will no longer be available for purchase next week.
In the wake of the school shooting that killed 17 high school students in Parkland, FL, safety is one again a main concern at schools across the country.Less than a week after the deadly shooting, UW-Madison students, faculty and law enforcement are evaluating their own preparedness should a similar event strike their own campus.
After Student Services Finance Committee Reps. Sophia Alzaidi and Jordan Madden presented a proposal that looks to provide oral emergency contraception to survivors of sexual assault last week, the body voted to create a subcommittee Monday night.
The UW-Madison chapter of Theta Chi has been suspended from all university activities until Oct. 21, 2018 after a series of conduct violations by the fraternity, a university report revealed Monday.The suspension comes after a student-led Committee on Student Organizations found the chapter violated the code of conduct on three separate occasions in November 2017.
These days, employers are looking for real-world experience in its hirees — and that’s exactly what UW-Madison aims to provide its students.
While UW-Madison student finance committee representatives deliberate over a recommendation to offer new types of free emergency contraceptives to survivors of sexual assault, other Big Ten universities are varied in their policies concerning the matter.
A new chat tool developed in part by a UW-Madison professor will assist online users to better understand privacy policies.Kassem Fawaz, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at UW-Madison, partnered with colleagues from the University of Michigan and the Ècole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland to create the program.
UW-Stout Student Senate issued a vote of no-confidence on Tuesday in the leadership of UW System President Ray Cross, four months after he announced his plan to merge the system’s two-year and four-year colleges.
The Stout Student Association declared no confidence in UW System President Ray Cross.
SSFC representatives will vote on the recommendation for UHS Monday.
Petitions have been circulated. Meetings have been held. Trays have been kicked and thrown across the Gordon Dining Hall floor.After months of opposition to the new university meal plan requiring incoming students to spend a minimum of $1,400 in dining halls, a UW-Madison official said Wednesday the plan is an attempt to “financially stabilize” the dining program.
At least 16 complaints have been taken up with ASM Student Judiciary this academic year — a 220 percent increase from the previous year.
Lena Waithe, an Emmy award winning screenwriter, producer and actress, spoke as the Black History Month keynote speaker, fielding questions on her experience in the entertainment industry and identity as a queer woman of color.Though Waithe is part of a community that is often seen as underrepresented in the entertainment industry, she told the audience at Union South that she uses her race and sexual orientation to her advantage.
About 100 UW-Madison community members gathered in Gordon Tuesday to protest the university's meal plan.