Indigenous agricultural practices center around harmony with nature, and could solve natural disasters and other global issues in modern society.
This open-access book was designed to bridge the gap between Black activism and disability activism while being accessible and readable for many people.
The issues at stake in this election and the swing nature of Wisconsin motivate students to vote and work the polls.
Wisconsin Speech and Debate wins Loyola Rambler Debate Tournament, places in Mid-America Forensics League TournamentsBy Natasha Hicks | Oct. 28
Members of the team are optimistic about the organization’s future and are happy to be back in person after three years of virtual tournaments.
Branch campuses in the University of Wisconsin System face the most enrollment challenges with a 9% decrease.