In Ojibwe legend, there was a time when water covered all. Unhappy with the Anishinabe people, Kitchi-Manitou, the Great Mystery, flooded the earth. The only survivors in a world without land were those animals who could swim or fly — and one man, Nanaboozhoo, who clung for life to a floating log.
Will is one of the co-Editors in Chief of the Daily Cardinal. Also a former photo editor, he is a senior studying Journalism, Environmental Studies and Political Science.
Just after the turn of the 20th century, Madison was cut in two.
The city will be spared the most catastrophic effects of a warming world, but shorter winters, heavy rainfalls and uncertainty loom in Madison’s future.
A trio of UW professors wrote an op-ed criticizing the methods and political nature of the report, which found “troubling” attitudes towards restrictions on free speech among students.
In a long-awaited meeting, Chancellor Blank encouraged student activists to seek change through her Vice Chancellors and other administrators, rather than Blank herself.
'Becky is going to listen to us today': BIPOC Coalition, TAA march for racial justice and a police-free campusBy Will Cioci | Oct. 12
Students from a number of UW-Madison organizations marched on the Chancellor’s residence to demand a university response to racial injustice on campus.
In a marathon meeting stretching into the early hours of Tuesday morning, the Madison Finance Committee voted in favor of a $40 vehicle registration fee and finalized Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway’s 2020 operating budget, omitting funding that would have added officers to the Madison police force.
The Madison Area Jugglers have been on Library Mall, weather allowing, every week, often twice a week, for over 35 years.
At Cap Times’ annual Idea Fest, the panel discussed concerns about transportation and the local housing market — both major sources of frustration in Seattle.