Faculty and staff at UW-Madison can apply for $500 grants to spread awareness of the Wisconsin Idea, which aims to “improve people’s lives beyond the classroom,” Vice Chancellor for University Relations Vince Sweeney said in a UW-Madison release Thursday.
Ben Pierson & Victoria Statz
Testimony on food disparity and debate on Madison’s Public Market project triggered a broader discussion regarding existing citywide inequalities at Tuesday’s Common Council meeting.
I’m sure you all have your guilty pleasures—those delightful bits of enjoyment you try to eradicate from your search histories in attempts to salvage your credibility—and I am no exception. Whether you enjoy the occasional supernatural romance or find some sort of bizarre pleasure in watching bourgeois housewives pull each others’ hair, these underrated—or maybe properly rated—TV trifles are both the joy and the bane of our existence. Here are some of my current favorite guilty pleasures. I won’t judge you if you don’t judge me.
Student organization Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment hosted two feminist bloggers Wednesday to discuss sexual assault prevention as part of its sexual assault forum.
A tough weekend went from bad to worse for the Wisconsin men’s hockey team (1-2-1 WCHA, 1-4-1 overall) Saturday night as the team was swept by Colorado College and then lost their leading scorer, junior forward Mark Zengerle, to a broken finger.