Shorewood High School alumna Sophie Scherwenka posted a short video to her private Instagram account last week, but she didn’t do it to update her friends or show off an outfit or meal.
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Ashley Cortes Hernandez is excited to bring Latinx representation to the team in hopes of making STEM more accessible to underrepresented communities, especially the Latinx youth.
A Sexist Pill to Swallow: Birth Control In this weeks episode Morgan and Katie discuss the gender gap in birth control. They share information about the types of female birth control, next day contraception, and condom etiquette. Tune in for hear a long winded rant.
The Nicholas Recreation Center is home to approximately 30,000 square feet of fitness space, including eight courts and five studios, as well as an Olympic size pool on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. But while the facility is only operating at 25% capacity, this seemingly enormous gym has proven to fill up incredibly fast, resulting in a crowded facility and long lines.
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Building a better bioimaging community: Chan Zuckerberg Initiative supports international partnership
Kevin Eliceiri, Morgridge Institute investigator and professor of biomedical engineering and medical physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is the lead investigator on a $1.2 million grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) in support of the imaging expertise network known as BioImaging North America (BINA).
The recent controversy between Colectivo Coffee Roasters and its employees stems from the backlash created from the attempt to unionize due to COVID-19 working conditions.
Four years ago, before most UW-Madison students were even able to vote, an election fundamentally changed the way our generation views politics.
With the recent release of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department’s updated Purchasing Records from the past year along with the Associated Students of Madison’s recent vote of no confidence, many students are wondering about the UWPD’s role in student life on campus and its finances.
“People are climbing the walls, pulling their hair out because of how isolated they feel — how isolated they actually are,” said Clinical Psychologist Dr. Michael Mazius.
“My kids will be so blessed because of the path Odyssey put me on,” said 2019 Odyssey Project graduate, Candace Howard.
Police shot and hospitalized Jacob Blake, a Black resident of Kenosha, Wis., Sunday night. According to multiple news sources, Police shot Blake seven times while his children looked on from a nearby car. This incident has sparked protests across Wisconsin as well as throughout the United States.
Gov. Tony Evers released the "Badger Bounce Back Plan" Monday, stating daily life will resume once there is a decline in coronavirus cases and symptoms for two weeks straight.
UW System President Ray Cross warned Thursday the coronavirus pandemic could force changes to the fall semester, scheduled to begin in late August.
The 2020 Democratic National Convention has been postponed to mid-August as organizers attempt to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, the Democratic National Committee announced Thursday.
The UW-Madison Police Department is currently investigating a homicide discovered Tuesday morning at the UW Arboretum.
UW-Madison announced it will bring in an outside shipping and packing company to pack and store the belongings of approximately 4,000 students in residence halls.
In response to multiple student petitions, UW-Madison released a statement Tuesday committing to income continuation for all nonessential student employees through early April amid COVID-19 closures.
Following Gov. Tony Evers' order Tuesday to close all nonessential businesses and gathering places in an attempt to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, state health officials warned that more than 20,000 Wisconsinites could contract COVID-19 if the edict is not followed.
Governor Tony Evers announced Monday a “Safer at Home” order, instructing Wisconsinites to remain in their homes starting this week to battle the COVID-19 outbreak.