Summer Salt brought smiles to the Majestic, where they charmed the crowd with beachy songs and energetic guitar solos.
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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: Claire LaLiberte, Cole Wozniak, Charlie Hildebrand
Several members of the UW-Madison marching band recently tested positive for COVID-19, prompting band directors to cancel two rehearsals this week.
A ‘very un-Wisconsin idea’: Democrats criticize Republican’s report recommending UW System consolidation, end to tuition freezeBy Hope Karnopp | May. 11
Democrats criticized a report created by the Chair of the Senate Committee on Universities and Technical Colleges that recommended consolidation within the UW System and ending the tuition freeze.
Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu, R-Oostburg, said Thursday that the Republican-controlled state legislature will not legalize recreational or medical marijuana.
Department of Natural Resources Secretary Preston Cole asked the state’s budget writing committee to support investments to address PFAS contamination across the state last week.
UW System Interim President Tommy Thompson and UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank toured the Mosse Humanities Building and discussed proposals for new College of Letters and Science and Engineering buildings Monday.
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
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul and two Democratic lawmakers proposed legislation Thursday that would allow the attorney general to investigate and file lawsuits over civil rights violations.
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.