UW-Madison faculty and students met at the Education Building Thursday to discuss ways to promote transgender inclusivity on college campuses.
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Hundreds gathered on Library Mall Wednesday evening to stand in solidarity with the Parkland, Fla. community and to honor the 17 lives lost during the mass shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Feb. 14.
The Menominee River winds southeast from Iron Mountain, MI, through densely forested ridgeland all the way to Marinette, where it empties into Lake Michigan’s Green Bay.
Walking up the cement path of Bascom Hill, students may not know they are stepping over remnants of Native American life.
The mission of the Alliance for the American Dream is to bring universities closer together with their communities in hopes of resolving financial inequality.
With so few Native American students on campus, forming connections with other Native students is key for living on a majority white campus. But imagine if being a part of that community is contingent on whether or not student leaders are able to find you.
Nearly half of all undergraduate Native American women on the UW-Madison campus have experienced sexual assault, according to a 2015 campus survey on the issue.
Eradicating erasure: Native American students advocate for recognition, respect of culture in classroom
Throughout the month of November, UW-Madison students are presented with several opportunities to partake in the educational and celebratory festivities of “Native November,” a time dedicated to raising awareness of and appreciation for Native American culture and history.
Only 10 of the people UW-Madison sophomore Demko Montgomery-Elm graduated middle school with now attend post-secondary schooling.
Of the 25 sororities at UW-Madison, one sorority in particular stands out from other Greek life organizations on campus.
Jon Greendeer was “raised on the idea” that the Ho-Chunk language would become extinct.
UW-Madison is once again the top producer of Peace Corps volunteers in the country, ranking first among large universities in the number of volunteers worldwide for the second consecutive year, according to a university release Wednesday.
Every Monday evening, the Wunk Sheek student organization holds a drum circle to pass on Native American traditions and stories. The drum holds significant cultural importance to the group, especially since it was returned after being confiscated by the university for over a year.
To win the game, one has to play their cards right. But students won’t be able to with College Cards, a UW-focused version of the game Cards Against Humanity, after the company illegally used the university’s trademark.
Faisal Abdu’Allah, a UW-Madison associate professor of art and Creative Arts Community faculty director, spoke Tuesday night about the representation of transformation, identity and racial issues in his artwork.
In the middle of a bustling Times Square via a news ticker, Emmy-winning journalist and co-anchor of ABC’s “20/20” David Muir announced he will be the keynote speaker at UW-Madison’s spring commencement ceremony, a video released by UW-Madison revealed Wednesday.
If passed, the first year involvement committee legislation would ensure that a freshman voice is on Student Council.
College Cards will no longer be available for purchase next week.
In the wake of the school shooting that killed 17 high school students in Parkland, FL, safety is one again a main concern at schools across the country.
After Student Services Finance Committee Reps. Sophia Alzaidi and Jordan Madden presented a proposal that looks to provide oral emergency contraception to survivors of sexual assault last week, the body voted to create a subcommittee Monday night.