I’m a black male in America and I’m sick of writing poems about a being black male in America
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“With today’s technology children are being exposed to copious amounts of music with vulgar and obscene lyrics”, said Karen Stevens, a soccer mom of five from Waukegan, Wisconsin. Karen was horrified by the music she heard from the radio in her Honda Odyssey one morning when dropping her son off at school.
This week's episode is all about the intersection of race at UW.
Check out this episode of "Almanac the Podcast," where we create our own transition resources for first-year students called "MadisonWise."
Check out our first installment of "Almanac the Podcast," where we will celebrate Earth Day by sharing our favorite sustainability tips and tricks.
Somewhere in my mind, in dark corners
I countdown the days. To what I don’t know
We had that dry ice type of love, like dry ice taught me where there’s smoke there isn’t always fire
Over the winter recess myself and twenty-four others were fortunate enough to be selected for a leadership delegation trip to Israel. This trip’s goal was to expose us to Israeli culture and urge us to acknowledge the differences in lifestyles and perspectives in regards to geo-political issues (I was just wondering what they thought about our “executive” branch).
This powerful short story is written by Kellen Sharp and is inspired by the tales of indigenous creation and exploration.
This powerful prose piece is the debut creative work of writer Kellen Sharp. Kellen is a freshman studying communication arts with hopes of double majoring in journalism. In addition to prose, Kellen also enjoys writing poetry.