“Broad City,” the beautiful brainchild of comedians Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, will come to a close after the current fifth season. The show centers around the female duo who play exaggerated versions of themselves as they struggle to traverse life in New York City.
Nearly a year after #MeToo flooded social media feeds, sexual assault remains a prevalent issue on campus.
The number of students registered with the McBurney Office who suffer from mental illness has skyrocketed since 2008, when there were only about 15 cases, according to Mari Magler, the director of the McBurney Disability Resource Center. Last year, 4,672 students sought mental health services at University Health Services.
October hosts the official National Coming Out Day, which encourages people identifying as LGBTQ+ to express their identities. Additionally, all of October is dedicated to LGBTQ+ History Month. This year, the month also marks UW-Madison’s own LGBT Campus Center’s 25th birthday.
The Associated Students of Madison postponed two bills consecutively, sparking concerns of their effectiveness on campus in their seven weeks in session during the academic year.