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Local chefs, produce displayed at Farm to Flavor

The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences hosted their third annual local produce showcase dinner called “Farm to Flavor” Thursday evening. Supported by Slow Food UW and the Friends of Allen Centennial Garden, CALS brought in four Madison chefs?Eric Benedict of Cafe Hollander, Dan Bonanno of Pig in a Fur Coat, Jonny Hunter of the Underground Food Collective and Tory Miller of Graze, L’Etoile, Sujeo and Estrellón.


Students, faculty kick off year-long partnership with city of Monona

UW-Madison kicked off a new program aiming to connect the campus community with the needs of cities in Wisconsin with a meeting Wednesday night at the Leopold Nature Center in Monona. The city of Monona, which borders Madison, will serve as the pilot location for the “UniverCity” initiative, in which faculty, staff and students from UW-Madison will work with the city on projects in areas such as parks and recreation, transportation, housing and economic development. The year-long program is part of the UniverCity Alliance, a coalition of various institutions on campus focused on urban sustainability.


UW-Madison engineering student receives awards for developing noise cancellation theory

UW-Madison formally congratulated Chris Nguyen, a fourth-year biomedical engineering major, Monday morning at Engineering Hall for winning the grand prize in General Electric's “Unimpossible Missions: The University Edition” competition. The challenge asked participants to debunk common idioms such as “A snowball’s chance in hell,” or, for Nguyen, “You can’t unring a bell.” Noise cancellation technology and research on sound waves were used to help Nguyen support his theory. “I found the premise of the proposal on accident,” Nguyen said.

Members of UW-Madison LGBT Campus Center and The Crossing remembered the attack on Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on the three-month anniversary of the event.

LGBT Campus Center, community remember Pulse tragedy

UW-Madison’s LGBT Campus Center and a campus ministry, The Crossing, held a vigil Monday on Bascom Hill to remember the massacre at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on the event’s three-month anniversary. LGBTCC members and allies formed a circle at the base of Bascom Hill and listened to four speakers discuss their thoughts regarding the tragedy. 


SexWIse kicks off first UW-Madison mandatory educational workshop

SexWIse Workshop kicked off its opening event at Sellery Hall Wednesday night. During the 90-minute workshop, the first of three workshops in the GetWIse series, students held group conversations about sex, relationships and sexual assault prevention on the UW-Madison campus. Sam Johnson, violence prevention specialist at University Health Services and program manager for End Violence on Campus, led the soft opening of SexWIse. 

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Changes made for UW-Madison student voters for Aug. 9 election

UW-Madison students may need to re-register to vote in the Aug. 9 primary election, according to a UW-Madison news release. Students who were registered previously but have moved more than 28 days before Aug. 9 must re-register at their current address. Students who moved less than 28 days prior to Election Day may use their previous address.

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