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.
In part two of our special series on COVID-19 coverage at the Cardinal, we speak again with writers and students about campus life, completely upended by the pandemic. We talk with international students about their experiences and feature writer Elea Levin about how the pandemic impacts students’ housing decisions.
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.
It moved fast, slithering like a snake from person to person and striking with near perfection. First her younger daughter contracted it, then her oldest daughter, followed by her grandson and former husband. It hit the family hard.
As the cache of virtual calls, social media and endless emails flood our schedules amidst the ongoing health crisis, more people are seeking sources of comfort. The solution is simple. Long-form audio stories are engaging and help listeners better grasp our interconnected, fast-paced world. In all its variety, podcasts offer an escape.
Abby Becker is no stranger to the wonders of Vilas Communication Hall. Walking through the old building is like a maze for several students, though there is one familiar room: The Daily Cardinal. There, Becker found camaraderie, respect, fun, learning opportunities and most of all, a community.
Companies are finding themselves onboarding new employees virtually - a novel first for many. As people work remotely across the U.S., it’s easy to fall into the trap of micromanagement and/or miscommunication. Empathy can get lost when the pressure is on. However, in a pandemic, the rules are changing. There are no in-person team lunches or ways for people to pop into their colleague’s office and chat. Now, spreading some positivity and planning virtual team strengthening activities is feasible and more important than ever. Taking the time to help every individual feel special and connected to the organization will ensure teams work efficiently and respectfully.
In part two of our special series on COVID-19 coverage at the Cardinal, we speak again with writers and students about campus life, completely upended by the pandemic. We talk with international students about their experiences and feature writer Elea Levin about how COVID-19 impacts students’ housing decisions. Co-hosted by Gaby Vinick and Hope Karnopp and edited by Sylvia Yan.