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This year’s Black History Month theme, “Legacy X,” honors the 10th anniversary of campuswide, student-led Black History Month programming. To mark the milestone, three student journalists interviewed many of the people who helped establish and expand the event.
Writer and actress Anna Deavere Smith encouraged audience members to continue the fight against racism and injustice in her keynote speech at the MLK Symposium Wednesday evening at Memorial Union’s Shannon Hall.
The Bakke Recreation & Wellbeing Center impressed students and campus community members, who tried out everything from the Sub-Zero Ice Arena on the first level…
Much like the character he portrays on Abbott Elementary, the actor showed both a serious and a fun side during his Black History Month keynote speech in Varsity Hall at Union South on March 22.
In celebration of Black History Month, students came together at the Black Cultural Center to learn the rich history of the Black quilting tradition and, together, to make a quilt of their own.
Navigating the first day of classes for new students to campus is an exhilarating, nerve-wracking and memorable experience. Follow along as four students new to UW–Madison tackle their first day.
Students arriving to campus had fun in a variety of welcome activities in advance of Wednesday's first day of class.
“Only at a school as supportive and encouraging of exploration as UW can you enter your freshman year pre-law and two summers later, find yourself in a rainforest with monkey feces on your arm.”
The Green Fund helps fund student-initiated projects like energy-efficient greenhouse cooling systems or solar arrays in on-campus buildings to help address the environmental footprint, social impact, and operating costs of campus facilities.
Students of a UW–Madison special education teacher preparation program chatted with U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona during a campus visit Monday. Chancellor Rebecca Blank and Gov. Tony Evers also joined the talk.
Students got a chance to learn about special-interest groups, activities and services offered by more than 400 registered student organizations on campus during the Student Organization Fair on Sept. 14 at the Kohl Center.
The new voluntary option allows individuals to indicate how they would like to be referred to in class, in online discussions, or anywhere else Canvas displays names and/or pronouns.
Campus leaders are using the results from two just-completed student surveys — one for undergraduates and one for graduate students — to improve the student…
More than ever this year, Guzmán says it will be crucial that the MSC provide students of color with the services, support and resources they need to succeed.