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Last year’s Go Big Read book choice, J.D. Vance’s “Hillbilly Elegy,” detailed a man’s struggles growing up in poverty in Ohio and Appalachian Kentucky.

UW-Madison accepting suggestions for next year’s Go Big Read

If you’ve read a good book recently and think others should read it, too, UW-Madison wants to know the title. UW-Madison’s Go Big Read program — now in its 10th year — is accepting book suggestions for the 2018-2019 school year. The program, which has become one of the largest college common reading programs in the country, will accept submissions until Dec. 15.

ASM Chair Katrina Morrison said she was among those who considered leaving UW-Madison. 

After climate survey results, campus reacts

For some UW-Madison students, last week’s campus-wide climate survey results were no surprise. Survey data showed that while 81 percent of UW-Madison’s overall student population often feel welcome on campus, just 69 percent of LGBQ students, 67 percent of students with a disability and 65 percent of black students feel similarly.

Students waited in line for hours for the chance to win free gadgets from Google Thursday.

Students wait hours, brave cold for chance at Google gadget

A line snaked around Engineering Mall in Thursday’s rainy weather as students and community members waited hours in the cold for the chance to receive a free Google Home Mini. “I feel really good, it’s always worth the experience no matter the wait,” said UW-Madison sophomore Allison McDougal, who waited almost two hours, and opted out of studying for an exam for the chance to win a free device.

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