UW-Madison’s late chancellor made an impressive impact with influence that not only shaped the campus community but stretched well beyond the confines of Madison.
Land-based practices utilizing nature are a way to help lessen the effects of climate change, according to the Guardian. At the local level, certain instances are being implemented in southern Wisconsin and on campus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Host, Madeleine Afonso and Writer, Gavin Escott, discuss his article for the Action Project Drug Issue, “Federalization of Wisconsin Hemp Program opens doors, leaves some farmers wanting more”. They talk about different uses of hemp, Wisconsin’s history of hemp farming and how Wisconsin Farmers have been affected by the federalization of the hemp program.
Lakeshore Nature Preserve Master Plan update proposes new facilities, studies, continued restorationBy Madeleine Afonso | Dec. 1
The updated master plan recommends a preserve outreach center to be built on the grounds among several other new improvements to the facility.
Comedian Charlie Berens gives his biggest piece of advice and shares what’s so special about Midwest culture ahead of his winter commencement speech.
Badger Recovery holds twice weekly meetings where students can get advice and cultivate a sense of fellowship while on their recovery journey.
Over 7,400 visits recorded since ‘Sifting and Reckoning’ unveiled on Sept. 12.
Trans Community Day served as a safe place for the transgender community to come together and decompress.
Chalkings were posted on the organization’s social media and in response, the group’s leader stepped down.
Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield spoke on her formative time at UW-Madison and experience as an international diplomat.