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Twenty years ago, Jean Feraca and Emily Auerbach had the idea to develop an outreach program in the humanities for nontraditional students. Their idea went beyond expectations and transformed into the Odyssey Project which has benefited more than 2,000 people of all ages, according to their website.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) held a pre-lobbying day meeting Thursday evening to prepare for lobbying day on Feb. 22. Topics covered included an overview of the initiatives ASM will be advocating for on behalf of the student body, how to lobby a legislature and the schedule for lobbying day.
The historic University Club building reopened on Monday, now operated by the Wisconsin Union. As part of the reopening, the University Club will add another union dining service called the Union Commons at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Artists Sanford Biggers, MASK Consortium and Wildcat Ebony Brown of the Wide Awakes made their debut at the Chazen Museum of Art on Thursday, introducing the “re:mancipation” project.
As an older sister who holds just under seven months of life experience over her younger sister, all summer I was asked questions related to the intimidating concept of going to college. From my sister’s perspective, I’m seen as an expert in all things related to college.
Over the past two and a half years, the foundation of higher education has been put to the test. From COVID-19 in 2020 to the impacts of inflation, applying to college and access to higher education have experienced a downfall.
Pitches & Notes, the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s only competitive treble a cappella group, placed first at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) on April 23 in New York City. Pitches & Notes made history as the first group from the Great Lakes to ever win finals and the first treble a cappella group to win in 15 years.
On Saturday April 9 at 8 p.m., I went to a concert…with my dad. And honestly, he matched the crowd more than I did. But that is to be expected from a psychedelic rock band formed in 1983. Despite their age, these guys know how to put on a performance.
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health is the first academic health center in the country to launch the American Medical Association Foundation’s LGBTQ+ Fellowship. This fellowship is aimed at transforming the health equity landscape for the LGBTQ+ community.
When “Pitch Perfect” came out in 2012, the movie brought unprecedented attention to the real collegiate a cappella groups thriving across the nation, one of which is right here in Madison, Wis.
Now, I am not writing this as a chance to share my story or create some sort of “pity party” for myself. I am writing this to you now to let you know that you are not the only one who is going through this; I am writing this to you now because I want to provide you with some strategies I have learned to overcome being bullied or prevent it from happening in your future. According to Roni Weisberg-Ross, a topic expert contributor at Good Therapy.com, bullying is defined as an act of repeated aggressive behavior in order to intentionally hurt another person, physically or mentally. It is characterized as behaving in a manner to gain power over another person and is a form of abuse (Weisberg-Ross, 2010).
COVID-19 has had many effects on what we used to consider “normal.” Restaurants closed. Social lives canceled. And movie theaters shut down.
At around 9:30 p.m., the French musician, DJ, record producer, singer and songwriter Madeon ran onto the stage to the sound of his screaming fans, styling a black button-down loose shirt that was tucked into his golden shimmering flowy pants and a black, flat brim hat.