The Vermont senator spotlighted his new book, "It’s OK to be Angry About Capitalism,” during the Cap Times Idea Fest.
Davis was a massively influential professor, musician and civil rights activist in the city of Madison ...
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00:30: Defining fetishization
02:45: Origins and intersections of anti-fatness and anti-Blackness
09:50: (Un)intentionally ignoring fat fetishization
14:00: Distinguishing a kinks and fetishes
14:40: Challenging anti-fatness despite the prominence of fetishization
26:24: Portrayals of fatness in media
33:10: Resisting fetishization
34:48: Intersections of queerness and fatness
40:00: Using our bodies to resist societal normality
The Wisconsin Badgers shut out the undefeated Iowa Hawkeyes 1-0 in a rainy game Thursday night to put the Badgers at No. 4 in the Big Ten standings with a conference record of 1-0-1.
Davis was a massively influential professor, musician and civil rights activist in the city of Madison and throughout the country.
The Madison Public Market is facing a $1.6 million budget gap after bids for the construction of the project came in over budget.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Engineering Centers Building (ECB) is currently closed due to flooding late last night, causing classes and labs in the building to be canceled or moved.
Students with disabilities face challenges with easy access and equipment security when using campus paratransit services
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Homecoming celebration is next week, and two free and fun art events are coming up for students to experience.
In a highly contested Big Ten matchup, the Badgers men’s soccer team rallied to draw a point against the ranked Wildcats.
Life without Wi-Fi is unfathomable, until it isn’t. Cardinal writer Sophia Ross reflects on UW-Madison’s unprecedented Wi-Fi outage the first week of classes.
Cate gets an inside look into some of the small businesses that make the Madison Night Market so special.
The struggle to find affordable housing in Madison is at an all time high.
Ohio voters made headlines in an Aug. 8 special election, prompting questions about Wisconsin’s ballot initiative process — a process in which voters can call for a popular vote referendum.
The nonprofit organization Wings of Rescue assisted with the transportation of dogs from California to the Dane County Humane Society in the wake of an animal shelter shutdown.
State Republican lawmakers proposed $614 million in funding for maintenance and upgrades to Milwaukee’s American Family Field, on Monday.
UW-Madison Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin, Ho-Chunk representatives and Truman Lowe’s daughter, amongst others, dedicated one of Lowe’s sculptures in his name.
Around 30 people gathered at a vigil to protest the rollback of healthcare coverage under BadgerCare Plus.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department (UWPD) released statistics following the Wisconsin Badgers’ 35-14 victory against Georgia Southern on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
University leaders addressed DEI initiatives, free speech, campus safety and belonging amidst statewide tensions.