Students involved in Common Council, the County Board, activism groups and ASM report feeling tired but hopeful after a long year of struggle and advocacy work.
Shorewood High School alumni speak on past experiences with sexual assault, leading to town’s very own #MeToo movement.
'Relationships are key for microbes, the scientists who study them': PhD student reflects on research, community at UWBy Anna Feldman | Mar. 29
PhD student Charlotte Francoeur created the zine “The Wonderful World of Microbes” in partnership with the UW Arboretum to illustrate the relationship of microbes to other organisms in the arboretum’s ecosystems and beyond.
'Perkins borrowers are being failed again': UW withholds debt relief to loan holders amidst the pandemicBy Addison Lathers | Mar. 25
The Department of Education has allowed universities and colleges to suspend payment and interest accumulation on the needs-based student loan program since April, but the UW Administration has neglected to follow through.
“Online school is our home. Where we live is our classroom right now, this is where we're learning... what will happen to people who can't pay for housing?”
The UW-Madison Public History Project has published the results of a year-long research endeavor, delving into the history of university police and their relationship to students.
The struggles of in-person classes and socializing have many students re-evaluating their living situations.
Students and staff discuss how the drinking culture at UW-Madison has changed as a result of the pandemic.
Students living off-campus can find themselves faced with a range of issues from faulty heating to animal infestations.
F.H. King and Badger Rock carry on a forward approach to food justice, getting fresh food to those that need it most.
'These are our brothers': Native Americans, experts stood in opposition to efforts to rush a wolf hunting season in WisconsinBy Helena Wehrs | Jan. 28
As Republican lawmakers failed to initiate an immediate wolf hunt, Native Americans, activists and experts questioned the haste behind hunting a recently delisted species.
Wisconsin may be far from the venture capital of the United States when compared to San Francisco, New York or even Chicago. However, the state has quickly become a much more vibrant startup ecosystem than most could ever imagine.