A new chat tool developed in part by a UW-Madison professor will assist online users to better understand privacy policies.
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The Wisconsin Union is partnering with the UW-Madison classes of 1963 and 1967 to open a new digital kiosk this Saturday that will tell the stories of fallen UW-Madison soldiers.
"Are you angry enough to be that change?" Ti Banks asked the crowd at his talk discussing mental wellness and advocacy Tuesday.
A New York Times award-winning reporter, a UW-Madison graduate and a UW-Madison professor rethought the connection between mass incarceration and race on a panel Tuesday.
Ti Banks—a UW-Madison graduate and poet—returned to campus Wednesday to deliver a talk explaining gender, race and gender-biased violence in Wisconsin, which was largely focused on his personal experiences.
Palestinian writer and activist Laila El-Haddad shared how her personal life and politics of her home country created her award-winning works.
UW-Madison Atheists, Humanists & Agnostics teamed up with the Center for Inquiry and Secular Student Alliance to host “Openly Secular Day” Tuesday.