Students seeking a deeper appreciation for and understanding of Wisconsin cuisine, specifically staples such as the sauerkraut on brats and the beer flowing from taps and kegs, need look no further than UW-Madison’s own Food Sciences department.
Hundreds gathered on Library Mall Wednesday evening to stand in solidarity with the Parkland, Fla. community and to honor the 17 lives lost during the mass shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Feb. 14.
Eradicating erasure: Native American students advocate for recognition, respect of culture in classroomBy Megan Provost | Feb. 21, 2018
Upon entering a classroom in November and throughout the school year, many indigenous-identifying students feel as though their identities are disregarded in the academic setting.
Current and former UW-Madison students — including Ald. Zach Wood, President of the Board of Education for the Verona Area School District Noah Roberts and Hayley Young, a member of the Dane County Board of Supervisors — studied and worked while also running campaigns to win elections for the local government seats they currently hold.
Some Badgers welcomed homecoming weekend with a beer at a tailgate. Others donned red-and-white overalls and sang “Build Me Up Buttercup” in the stands of Camp Randall. For Ted and Mary Kellner, homecoming marked a time to give back to their alma mater.
Amid accusations of incomplete documentation and outdated standing rules, the Multicultural Student Coalition is suing the Student Services Finance Committee after being denied eligibility for General Student Services funding.
“Walls” seems to be the word on everyone’s lips as of late when discussing immigration. Frankly, Jason de León is tired of talking about them.
A clogged pipe in Memorial Union Oct. 2 led to the temporary closure of three eateries on the east side of the building.