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OPINION

Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Scott Girard bids us adieu

Over the past year, I have had the opportunity to work with some of the greatest people at this university. I am lucky I stumbled into this place, and any of you who get the chance to join the staff at this paper during your time here should jump at the chance.

NEWS

Tibet burning: UW students react to protests

In the past year, 19 Tibetans lit themselves on fire in protest of a Chinese government that recently increased its security forces in Tibet, killing one protester in the process. At UW-Madison, campus group Students for a Free Tibet is speaking out against the alleged human rights violations. This is the first article of a three-part series that explores the issue.

UW-Madison behind in wheelchair access
NEWS

UW-Madison behind in wheelchair access

Tyler Engel transferred to UW-Madison for its engineering program, but he faced more challenges than the average transfer student. Engel, a wheelchair-bound fifth-year senior who suffers from spinal muscular atrophy, had to deal with accessibility issues he rarely faced at UW-Whitewater.

Disabled at UW
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Disabled at UW

Jayme Memmel drove himself to campus every day last year, and often had to park five or six blocks from his classes. For someone who is a quadriplegic in a wheelchair, that distance can be problematic.

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