While it may be difficult to be overly positive right now, we can only hope that in sharing experiences and resources with one another, we can initiate a larger conversation surrounding work culture.
After Indiana, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and countless other states postponing their primary elections and expanding absentee voting guidelines, it comes as a shock that Wisconsin’s institutions have ruled otherwise.
Gerwig, who directed one of the top movies of 2019, was not included on the all-male list of best director nominees.
Diversity has become a phenomenon where institutions feel the need to advertise and, at times, even glorify their members of color.
By supporting women to succeed in education, we can create an environment that is conducive to positivity and equality, both abroad and domestically, and especially on campus.
You may have heard the term, but what does brain drain really look like?
After Night One’s fiery start, Night Two of the 2020 Democratic Primary Debates certainly did not disappoint.
Although UW-Madison is generally a great environment and community to be a part of, it's also time to face the truth that this may not be the case for every Badger. However, it is important to acknowledge that UW is committed to providing an inclusive space for all students, especially for incoming students.
Some students grow up dreaming about how they will spend their college years: studying on the quad, proudly wearing their school colors at football games, and eventually walking across the stage at graduation. They wonder if will they go to college in their hometown, where mom and dad did, or if they will go somewhere out of state. But for many students, these thoughts will remain dreams forever.