In the second piece of the “Evolving Inclusivity” series, we discuss how white feminism proves both integral and problematic to the world of television.
Despite lasting a mere four seasons, “The Good Place” waved goodbye to their four humans while shaping the future of creative control in television programming.
When the New York Times reached out to me, I had no clue what Julie Bosman, one of the writers behind The Northwestern Daily follow-up piece, was referring to.
Every summer we compile a list of shows we watch together three episodes a day and long phone call to follow. This time was different, we made sure the shows honored women and LGBTQ+ folx by giving them the recognition they deserve.
After investigators released their report on sexual harassment case against former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper’s husband, she finds holes and inconsistencies.
After spending years on the stage, Cyra K. Polizzi is switching roles to create a sustainable, accessible, feminist theater practice — from play programs to accommodating tour locations.
As additional women are revealed in the investigation documents, former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper’s husband could have harassed additional women, which proved to be a “blind spot” for Kopper while in leadership, investigators said.
UW System schools have been gaining traction with research as global companies like Foxconn find their place on campuses.
Foxconn and UW-Madison announced their partnership at the end of August.
Cutting humanities programs at UW-Superior and Stevens Point found opposition from students and faculty once again, this time with the help of Rep. Katrina Shankland, D-Stevens Point (above) and State Superintendent Tony Evers.