Scenes from an Oct. 9 march organized by the UW BIPOC Coalition and TAA to call for racial justice and a police-free campus. Students marched from Camp Randall stadium to the UWPD headquarters and the Chancellor's mansion.
Wisconsin travelled to San Jose, CA as a five seed with hopes of a deep tournament run, but saw those dreams dashed by a long and athletic Oregon squad in the first round.
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.
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.
Best known for their laser-and-balloon-filled live shows, The Flaming Lips and frontman Wayne Coyne brought their fans the same experience they've been churning out for more than a decade on Friday night at Summerfest, but the show wasn't short on personalized touches — including a giant inflatable banner that read "F*ck Yeah Summerfest."
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.