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Amy Shircel, a temporarily disabled UW-Madison senior, spoke on the obstacles of getting around campus during the winter.
Voicing his own needs in hopes of paving the way for others, Rep. Jimmy Anderson, D-Fitchberg, speaks about his career adversities and being forced to value party alignment over his accommodations.
The network of varying mental health options for students on campus can be dizzying —and faculty on campus are working to make finding help less difficult.
“Our goal is to look at policies that are put forward and analyze them through the lens of how this could affect a person with a disability,” Bella Sobah said.
The Common Council’s plan aims to utilize historical landmarks in an educative form.
Senior Kendra Van Leeuwen last played Milwaukee as a freshman, and wanted to go out of this rivalry on top.
Wisconsin's offensive line was able to handle Iowa last week, and will look to keep that momentum going against Nebraksa.
Jonathan Taylor decided to play in the Rose Bowl in what will likely be his last collegiate game before he declares for the NFL draft.
Erin Barbato, director of the Immigration Justice Clinic at UW-Madison, spoke on how the United States has built an invisible “policy wall” at the southern border.
Small groups examined multiple policy points together.
The exhibit commemerates the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp on Holocaust Memorial Day.
Josh Seltzner and the entire offensive line played poorly against Ohio State.
As a chair of ASM, Adrian Lampron balances their student experience alongside fellow Badgers while embracing their role connecting students and administration.
This past year, Jake Nitzkin founded Bedside DJ, a program aimed to lift the spirits of senior citizens through music.