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News & Updates
Pasha Thao ’16 looks to reinvigorate groups for UW–Madison alumni of varying identities.Read More >
Ryan Young identifies as gender nonbinary, or “two-spirit” in the Ojibwe tradition. Young’s multimedia art celebrates that identity.Read More >
A nasty fall in childhood got Sylvestra Ramirez interested in physical therapy. An intense persistence helped her overcome obstacles to open Milwaukee’s first bilingual clinic.Read More >
A conversation with two of the leaders of the Black Lives Matter protests in Madison.Read More >
Two Black artists recall the process of replacing broken glass with empowering art.Read More >
Rosa Thompson MS’14, teacher and founder of the Black Girl Magic Conference, is finding new ways to keep her students connected during tough times. We’re proud of Thompson — and all teachers — for her hard work and passion.Read More >
A new class of Badgers has graduated into an uncertain world. We talk with five of them.Read More >
Two Badgers chased their dreams all the way to HollywoodRead More >
Jessica Stovall builds from her UW–Madison experience to generate a learning environment in which everyone can be their authentic selves.Read More >
After earning her UW degree, Ashley Lee returned to the community she grew up in with a simple goal: affect change.Read More >