Students marched throughout the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus on Thursday, May 5, after Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin responded to the protesters' list of demands, the second rally to occur after a UW-Madison student said violent words and racial slurs against the black community in a video that was posted on social media.
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PHOTOS: The University of Wisconsin-Madison honors the class of 2023 at the spring commencement ceremonyMay. 15
The University of Wisconsin-Madison class of 2023 took to the field Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium for the spring commencement ceremony. A total of 8,625 individuals received their degrees, according to the university. The ceremony was also the largest commencement in university history. There were 7,826 degrees conferred to bachelor's, master's and law degree candidates on Saturday.
PHOTOS: Wisconsin Mens Rowing Takes On The Eastern Sprints RegattaMay. 14
Four Wisconsin Mens Rowing boats compete in The Eastern Sprints Regatta held on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Massachusetts.
PHOTOS: UW-Madison students lead silent demonstration and march in response to racist videoMay. 3
Hundreds of students met at the Red Gym at 9 a.m. Wednesday and marched to Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin's office at Bascom Hall, where they met with university officials and delivered demands to Mnookin.