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Fifty minutes. That’s the amount of time that Sam Jorudd spent of his brief spring break in a meeting with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s administration. As the Chair of ASM’s Grants Allocation Committee and a junior at UW, Jorudd had been working to ensure that the University properly allocated emergency relief grants to students. He and the UW BIPOC noticed that the University had received these funds, but not dispersed them.
A shrine-like nook sits at the top of the stairs in Serendipity Stage’s studio apartment. Two wine bottles with tall candles in the spouts flank a triangular painting. Stage painted each corner a different primary color and connected each of them to the center with light swirls. The center features a tiny white stick-figure inside of a blue eyeball. A key floats underneath the eye, teeth facing up.
Like all problems with the apartment, it started with an inconvenience.