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A Week In Graphics
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A Week In Graphics

This week, our Graphics Editors Lyra and Zoe and graphics designer Lily remark on President Joe Biden's Inauguration Day and the events following up to it.


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Professor Kallenborn remembers her time in Mexico fondly as she aims to bring a piece of their culture to UW-Madison. 


Melanin Photos
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Melanin Photos

This week’s Melanin Speaking contribution comes from Noah Laroia-Nguyen, who uses photography to portray varying identities and the implications that these identities hold.


Gallery: Baldwin, Harris and Barnes Early Vote Rally
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Gallery: Baldwin, Harris and Barnes Early Vote Rally

Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, and lieutenant governor candidate Mandela Barnes joined incumbent Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisconsin, for a rally in Madison to urge Wisconsinites to get tot the polls and take advantage of early voting.


Gallery: #CancelKavanaugh Walkout Against Sexual Assault
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Gallery: #CancelKavanaugh Walkout Against Sexual Assault

Around 400 UW-Madison students and community protestors marched from Library Mall and down Langdon Street until they reached the Capitol in the #CancelKavanaugh Walkout Against Sexual Assault, a call to stop Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. 


Gallery: March For Our Lives Madison
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Gallery: March For Our Lives Madison

For the second time in less than two weeks, Madison-area students led a major protest against gun violence in schools and across the country. Saturday's march was one of more than 800 "sister marches" held worldwide and included speeches by U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin and U.S. Representative Mark Pocan.


Gallery: High school students take to the streets for #enough campaign
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Gallery: High school students take to the streets for #enough campaign

More than 5000 high school and middle school students from around Dane County walked out of classes at noon on Wednesday and gathered at the steps of the Capitol to call for gun control measures. The walkout comes as part of the #enough movement that has emerged out of high schools across the country following the Valentine's Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.


Cook’s first of seven trials is set to begin Feb. 26 in Jefferson County.
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Cook’s first of seven trials is set to begin Feb. 26 in Jefferson County.



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