Hey y'all. We know times are hard out here on the dating scene. We know Cuffing Season just ended and 2019 is the year of the woman, so here are some tips to get a head-start for next year. Find out which apps are best to shoow your shot on, how to properly use emojis … Continue reading BKCHAT: Shoot Ya Shot
Hello all! Damitu and I are trying a new thing where people give feedback on what they want to see from BKCHAT:UW-Madison. https://youtu.be/RHuV-a2TQnw The idea for BKCHAT originated from BKChatWorld, a channel on YouTube that features videos from London, NYC and Houston. Since the primary audience is UW-Madison students, why not have y'all get involved? … Continue reading What do You Want to See from BKCHAT?
BKCHAT: UW-Madison is back! Sometimes you'll be minding your business in class, washing dishes, or just cooling with your youngins, and all of a sudden, a thought crosses your mind: "Is water wet?" "What came first, the chicken or the egg?" "What if aliens really exist?" To be honest, at the end of this discussion, … Continue reading BKCHAT: UW-Madison “Hits the Blunt Edition”
Freshman year, your first taste of actual independence and adulthood, while also being treated like a second-class citizen just because you’re a freshman. Spending hours at College Library and crying to your parents when you get the chance and the occasional mental breakdown, it’s finally over! I’m not going to lie, first semester was a … Continue reading What Freshman Year Has Taught Me
To be honest, being a minority at a predominately white institution can be extremely exhausting. In addition to having to deal with the overbearing amount of homework and pressure of being in college, you have to deal with micro-aggressions from people who don’t look like you, and even worse, sometimes the drama comes from people … Continue reading BKCHAT: UW-Madison; a new video project coming to campus
People not from here often look to Badger-Madisonians for advice on where to get the best food. In addition to wanting it to be inexpensive, they expect that it exceeds their standards for taste, presentation, and resemble somebody’s family member’s cooking. Now that the holidays are here, people are looking for something a little more … Continue reading Soul Food in Madison: is it from the Soul?
On October 4, 2017, first-years Mya Berry and Enjoyiana Nururdin met with Chancellor Rebecca Blank. We discussed issues involving race, gender, safety, and the inclusivity of staff and students. Here are some the questions and responses we felt were most important. Mya: “Many in the Black community are noticing a number of seemingly negative actions … Continue reading Interview with Chancellor Blank