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Panelists discuss media, political tenses in 2016 election

A week after the historical presidential election last week, a Washington Post reporter and Milwaukee radio host joined two UW-Madison professors Tuesday to discuss the ramifications of Donald Trump’s shocking victory. The panel was headlined by David Weigel, a political correspondent from the Washington Post, who is also the Public Affairs Writer in Residence at UW-Madison.

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New research paints negative view of Wisconsin economy

In an election season dominated by doom and gloom about workers and the economy, some of this pessimism may ring true in Wisconsin, according to a new report by UW researchers. In the report, the researchers from UW-Madison and the UW Extension said Wisconsin is faced with a disproportionate loss of talent caused in part by a low domestic immigration rate of people with college degrees. In terms of educational attainment, Wisconsin has a strong high school graduation rate compared to both neighboring states and the rest of the country.


Award-winning author places herself in the stories she writes

Award-wining author of children and adolescent books, Jacqueline Woodson, talked about her inherent inspiration for becoming a writer as "wanting to see herself in the world" at The Charlotte Zolotow Lecture Thursday. Woodson is known for “Miracle's Boys” and “Brown Girl Dreaming,” which won her the 2014 National Book Award in the young people's literature category.

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