On Tuesday, the Student Council of the Associated Students of Madison — the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s student government — convened in person for the first time since the onset of the pandemic.
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When asked about the last year and a half of her high school experience, Namita Nair gave a chuckle and a single word: “Nonexistent.”
In Ojibwe legend, there was a time when water covered all. Unhappy with the Anishinabe people, Kitchi-Manitou, the Great Mystery, flooded the earth. The only survivors in a world without land were those animals who could swim or fly — and one man, Nanaboozhoo, who clung for life to a floating log.
Just after the turn of the 20th century, Madison was cut in two.
Last month, CBS News set out to find a “climate change haven.”
The Thompson Center is standing by the findings of a survey on student attitudes towards free speech after a trio UW-Madison professors publicly argued that the report’s science was faulty.
In a meeting fraught with tension and frustrations, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank agreed on Wednesday to an ongoing dialogue with the UW BIPOC Coalition, but urged student activists to work with her subordinate administrators in seeking progress on racial justice at the university.
'Becky is going to listen to us today': BIPOC Coalition, TAA march for racial justice and a police-free campus
Some 150 University of Wisconsin-Madison students gathered Friday afternoon to march from Camp Randall to the UW Police Department headquarters and the chancellor’s mansion to demand racial justice and a police-free campus.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank met with representatives of the school’s two student newspapers Tuesday afternoon to answer questions and share her views on the current semester.
In a marathon meeting stretching into the early hours of Tuesday morning, the Madison Finance Committee voted in favor of a $40 vehicle registration fee and finalized Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway’s 2020 operating budget, omitting funding that would have added officers to the Madison police force.
The first juggler arrived on Library Mall just after sunset, early for the scheduled practice.
Alongside Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway, the Madison community and business leaders discussed challenges posed by the city’s forecasted population growth on Saturday at the third annual Cap Times Idea Fest.