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Tuesday, May 21, 2024

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Cardinal Call: ASM Legislation Reforms UWPD Advisory Council

On this week’s Cardinal Call host Oliver Gerharz sits down with the Daily Cardinal’s College News Editor Noe Goldhaber to discuss her article on the recent unanimous passing of legislation to reform the UW-Madison Police Advisory Committee by UW-Madison’s student government body, the Associated Students of Madison. They discuss the new legislation, how the committee did not meet for six months before it, and friction between ASM and UWPD. Articles recapped in this week’s campus news in brief segment: Connor Essegian transfers to Big Ten rival Nebraska – Carlos Bello Live updates: Day two of the pro-Palestine protest encampment on Library Mall


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Cardinal Call: Academic Freedom and DEI Deal Discussed by Panels of Experts

On April 11th, a panel of experts held a discussion on challenges to academic freedom and the recent DEI deal in a session hosted by UW-Madison’s Center for Humanities. This week, host Oliver Gerharz is joined by daily Cardinal reporter Amari Mbongwo to discuss her article on the panel and the issues discussed by it’s members. Articles recapped in this week’s campus news in brief segment: Free brats, mocktails headline Memorial Terrace reopening celebration Wednesday –  Kate Eaton Ezra Klein unpacks the roots of American polarization in La Follette School talk –  Nicholas Sinn and Noe Goldhaber Wisconsin stars AJ Storr, Chucky Hepburn finding new homes –  Carlos Bello


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Cardinal Call: Indigenous Law Student Association hosts Coming Together of People's Conference

This week host Oliver Gerharz talks with the Daily Cardinal's Features Editor Ellie Bourdo to discuss her article on this year's Coming Together of peoples Conference, a yearly event held by UW-Madison's Indigenous Law Students Association, and the organization that runs it. Articles recapped in this week’s campus news in brief segment:ASM Sustainability marches forth to Earth Day in kickoff event - Mary BoschUW-Madison, Togetherall partner to expand student mental health resources - Malia LangerChinese Badgers commemoration connects families, examines historic student impacts - Mia Salbego 


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Cardinal Call: UW-Madison Area Votes Uninstructed Delegation at High Rate

  This week host Oliver Gerharz sits down with the Daily Cardinal's Photo Editor Mary Bosch to discuss her article on an interesting voting trend from the April 2nd Wisconsin Primary. In the primary, more than thirty percent of campus area voters voted for "uninstructed delegation", signaling a significant disconnect between the Biden administration and the youth. Articles recapped in this week's campus news in brief segment: UW Board of Regents approve tuition increase for second year in a row - Ella Hanley UW System employees to receive six weeks of paid family leave - Nick Bumgardner Multicultural Student Center holds 35th anniversary gala, debuts fundraiser targeting food insecurity - Bryna Goeking


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Cardinal Call: UW System Records Stolen In Data Breach

UW Madison students are back in class, and that means the Cardinal Call  is back. This segment highlight news from the UW Madison campus as reported by the Daily Cardinal student newspaper. And this year, it has a new host – Oliver Gerharz, a freshman studying journalism and a talk show host on the student radio station WSUM. For his inaugural episode, Gerharz talks with the Daily Cardinal’s Campus News Editor Liam Beran about his article on a recent data breach affecting the UW System’s data. You can follow Oliver’s reporting on X at @OGerharz. You can follow Liam’s reporting on X at @LiamPBeran.


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Cardinal Call: Student Athletes Receive ‘Transphobic’ Survey

Last Monday, UW-Madison’s athletic body sent out a survey to club and intramural athletes that includes some questions considered to be transphobic. This survey, sent as part of an ongoing ten-university study conducted by a University of Indiana researcher, comes as the Wisconsin assembly passed bills last week limiting the rights of transgender young people in Wisconsin. The University has said there was no relationship between the two, and maintained the survey doesn’t reflect UW-Madison’s values. The current university policy allows athletes to participate in gendered sports that align with their identity. In this episode, co-producer Gavin Escott talks with The Daily Cardinal’s campus news editor Liam Beran about the study and its fallout among students. 


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Cardinal Call: DEI Efforts To Continue At UW-Madison Despite Opposition

Edit for clarity: Gavin states that the state legislature passed a state budget a few weeks ago but meant to say that it was two months ago. On this week’s Cardinal Call, contributors Heewone Lim and Gavin Escott talked to two Daily Cardinal reporters about diversity, equity and inclusion efforts at UW-Madison. DEI work will continue on campus despite Republican pressure to defund the university.


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Cardinal Call: Meet The Daily Cardinal Team

It’s back to school season! This year, we have two UW-Madison students co-producing Cardinal Call, a feature created by student journalists at the Daily Cardinal. Our reporters Heewone Lim and Gavin Escott sat down with two executive members of the Daily Cardinal to bring you the scoop on what’s been happening on campus. They discussed stories the Cardinal is looking forward to reporting on later this year.


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