Coming For The Crown: UW Badgers defeat Michigan Wolverines 35-14

Amidst the packed crowd and exuberant student section dressed in all white, there was an unrequited tension within Camp Randall Stadium. Both teams knew that this game would likely steer the trajectory of their seasons. A win could set the pace for the Big Ten title race. A few statements were made today by the … Continue reading Coming For The Crown: UW Badgers defeat Michigan Wolverines 35-14

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UW’s First-Year Student Diversity Training Sees Major Changes

Our Wisconsin, the first-year student diversity training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, had an extensive change this school year with marginalized students in mind.  “My goal was removing the burden from marginalized students to educate their white peers on these issues,” Aaminah Long said. Long is beginning her second year as the Coordinator for Inclusion … Continue reading UW’s First-Year Student Diversity Training Sees Major Changes

Wisconsin’s defense shines in 24-15 victory over Northwestern

Wisconsin's defense came up huge in the 24-15 victory over Northwestern at Camp Randall. The Badger’s held the Wildcats to 3.1 yards per play and scored two touchdowns in this matchup against last year's Big Ten West division champions.  Deep in the third quarter, Safety Eric Burrell forced a strip-sack on a perfectly timed blitz … Continue reading Wisconsin’s defense shines in 24-15 victory over Northwestern

A Big Return and a Big Rout: Cephus Shines in Shutout vs Central Michigan

Cue the Badger Red Sea filling nearly every Camp Randall Seat; the rattling metal during Jump Around; the chants of Varsity, Eat Shit-Fuck You and Bucky’s Pushups. Cue an offensive onslaught and rigid defense that produced the biggest shutout for the school in over a decade as the University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers defeated the Central … Continue reading A Big Return and a Big Rout: Cephus Shines in Shutout vs Central Michigan

The Land We Live On – Environmental Injustice and Native American Communities

The Flint Water Crisis and protests of the Keystone XL Pipeline at Standing Rock seem to have finally brought nation-wide media attention to environmental injustice happening in the United States. For some, environmental injustice is a new term, while others, often those of marginalized communities, have felt the implications of it every day. This audio … Continue reading The Land We Live On – Environmental Injustice and Native American Communities

Jasmine Kiah Puts Whiteness on Notice with The Humane Experiment: The Encounter

Culture shock is common for students coming to a new place. However, it is very difficult to be a creative when you feel like everything is against you. Jasmine Kiah went through this struggle her first few years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A First Wave scholar, Kiah came into UW-Madison with the aspirations to … Continue reading Jasmine Kiah Puts Whiteness on Notice with The Humane Experiment: The Encounter