Host Cole Wozniak and Podcast Director Elena Price discuss her article on the history of labor unions in Wisconsin and their political positionality for the Action Project Labor Issue, “Wisconsin’s unions are finding a political foothold after years of decline.”They discuss the politics of unions in Wisconsin, Elena’s own personal connection to Wisconsin unions and what she hopes readers get out of her story.
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Host, Madeleine Afonso and Writer, Gavin Escott, discuss his article for the Action Project Drug Issue, “Federalization of Wisconsin Hemp Program opens doors, leaves some farmers wanting more”. They talk about different uses of hemp, Wisconsin’s history of hemp farming and how Wisconsin Farmers have been affected by the federalization of the hemp program.
Honor Durham and Writer, Annika Bereny, discuss her article for the Action Project Drug Issue, “Overturn of Roe v. Wade invokes questions surrounding emergency contraception access”. They delve into plan B accessibility following the overturning of Roe v. Wade and how that has affected Wisconsinites, where students can access emergency contraception and how Planned Parenthood has been impacted by the overturn.
Cole Wozniak and Staff Writer, Cormac LaLiberte, discuss their article for the Action Project Drug Issue, “UW-Madison has a binge drinking problem”. They go into UW-Madison drinking culture and how it affects the student body.
Welcome to the final episode of season four of the Student Dive. We recap stories in our final print edition of the semester, the Spring Farewell issue. First, we discuss the legal status of skateboarding on campus and the lack of accessible skate parks for students. Additionally, we discuss the “Gay Purge” at UW-Madison in the 1960s as studied by the Public History Project. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp and Tyler Katzenberger. Edited by Julia Wiessing.
Welcome back to the Student Dive! We recap stories featured in our spring Action Project, the Identity Issue. First, we discuss the return of Pride Prom to campus. Then, we explore why UW-Madison has such a low percentage of Indigenous students. Plus, we talk about the history of race and racism at UW sporting events (trigger warning: the article discusses graphic depictions of racism and violence against people of color). Finally, we learn about the upcoming Zinefest in Madison. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp, Honor Durham, Cole Wozniak and Tyler Katzenberger. Edited by Julia Wiessing.
Welcome back to the Student Dive! We recap stories featured in our most recent print edition, our sex and life issue. First, we talk about UW-Madison’s history of regulating sexuality on campus. Then, we discuss the rise of queer pop. Plus, we break down how the Big Ten has responded to the fight at the Wisconsin-Michigan basketball game. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp, Tyler Katzenberger and Cole Wozniak. Edited by Julia Wiessing.
Welcome back to season four of the Student Dive! We break down several recent stories in our spring welcome back print edition and online. First, we recap the university’s current COVID-19 response and reactions from the campus community. Next, we discuss how Wisconsin’s forests are changing in the face of climate change. Then, we cover how the City of Madison might update the Historic Preservation Ordinance. Finally, we discuss the MLK Symposium and student media’s conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones. Co-hosted by Honor Durham, Tyler Katzenberger, Cole Wozniak and Hope Karnopp. Edited by Julia Wiessing.
Welcome back to the Student Dive. We’re sharing the final part of our series of episodes on our Action Project this semester, Our Impact: The Student Living Issue. In this behind-the-scenes episode, we talk with our editors about how we put the project together and what their roles look like at the Cardinal. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp, Cole Wozniak and Honor Durham with help from Julia Wiessing. Guests: Addison Lathers, Zoe Bendoff, Irena Clarkowski and Clare McManamon
Welcome back to the Student Dive. We’re sharing part two of a series of episodes on our Action Project this semester, Our Impact: The Student Living Issue. In this episode, we look at how luxury apartments are changing the character of downtown Madison, hear about the costs associated with Greek life and learn why some students choose to live farther away from campus. Co-hosted by Honor Durham, Gaby Vinick and Cole Wozniak, with help from Julia Wiessing. Guests: Charlie Hildebrand, Nicole Herzog, Sam Henschel
Welcome back to the Student Dive. We’re sharing part one of a series of episodes on our Action Project this semester, Our Impact: The Student Living Issue. In this episode, we take a look at the history of the land that we live on, how off-campus housing came to be and the future of UW Housing. Co-hosted by Honor Durham, Gaby Vinick and Cole Wozniak, with help from Julia Wiessing. Guests: Cormac LaLiberte, Gina Musso, Sophia Vento
Welcome back to another episode of the Student Dive. We share more campus updates, including the Cardinal’s interview with Chancellor Rebecca Blank. We talk about housing equity and volunteering as a UW student. Finally, we talk about the big football win on Homecoming weekend. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp, Honor Durham and Cole Wozniak, with help from Michael Kuhn and Julia Wiessing.
Welcome back to season three of the Student Dive! We break down some of our major stories featured online and in our latest print edition. We recap the makeup of the freshman class of 2025 and what their experiences have been like so far. We also discuss how the university handles sexual assault reports. Finally, we explain what went down with District 8 redistricting. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp and Honor Durham and edited by Julia Wiessing. Additional resources can be found here: https://www.uhs.wisc.edu/survivor-resources/. Guests: Cormac LaLiberte, Cole Wozniak, Charlie Hildebrand
How is the Madison art community adapting to financial challenges during the pandemic? We also discuss the cost of attendance at UW-Madison and why it is higher than other UW campuses. Finally, we learn where food deserts exist in Madison and how to increase access to nutritious food. This is all covered today in our 2-part episode series on the Cardinal’s spring 2021 action project issue Wealth and Poverty, hosted by Gaby Vinick and Hope Karnopp. Guests: Emily Knepple, Samantha Benish and Forrest Ziebell
The Dane County homeless population is on the rise. Plus, the Teaching Assistants’ Association is advocating against segregated fees. We also learn about the state and UW System contracts with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections manufacturing arm Badger State Industries. This is all covered today in our 2-part episode series on the Cardinal’s spring 2021 action project issue Wealth and Poverty, hosted by Gaby Vinick and Hope Karnopp. Guests: Sarah Eichstadt, Ellie Nowakowski and Nathan Denzin.
Welcome back to the Student Dive. This week, we interview our writers on some of the latest news stories affecting campus. Writer Sophia Vento discusses her latest story, which takes a deep dive into the risks and reactions to large gatherings on Lake Mendota. Associate news writer Nathan Denzin also discusses budget news impacting the university. Co-hosted by Gaby Vinick and Hope Karnopp and edited by Sylvia Yan.
Welcome back to a new season of The Student Dive. Gaby Vinick and Hope Karnopp break down some of the latest neighborhood stories. We cover the closure of the homeless encampment at McPike Park, tenant horror stories and the upcoming move for A Room of One’s Own. Make sure to check out these stories on dailycardinal.com. Resources: https://porchlightinc.org/ https://www.tenantresourcecenter.org/. Co-hosted by Gaby Vinick and Hope Karnopp and produced by Sylvia Yan.
This is part one of two in our special series on COVID-19. As we near the one-year mark of the first cases in Wisconsin and the university’s decision to send students home, we recap some of the biggest stories and developments in how the university and state of Wisconsin responded to the pandemic. Co-hosted by Gaby Vinick and Hope Karnopp and produced by Sylvia Yan.