University of Wisconsin–Madison senior Sarah Almutawa was a finalist this year for a Rhodes Scholarship, one of the most prestigious and selective undergraduate academic honors in the world.
Wisconsinites of all ages will have the opportunity to learn a new poetry form and possibly win a prize for doing so. UW-Madison's Center for East Asian Studies, in collaboration with the Sejong Cultural Society of Chicago, will sponsor the Wisconsin Sijo (WiSiJo, 위시조) competition.
Depending on where it’s from, your next steak could come with a side of illegal deforestation. Despite improvements by meatpackers to keep their supply chains free of cattle grazed on protected or illegally deforested lands, many slaughterhouses in Brazil — the world’s top beef exporter — continue to purchase illegally pastured animals on a large scale.
University of Wisconsin–Madison senior Sarah Almutawa was a finalist this year for a Rhodes Scholarship, one of the most prestigious and selective undergraduate academic honors in the world. By the end of this year’s awards …November 29, 2022
Dear campus community, I am grateful to share with you that a missing UW–Madison student has been found safe, thanks to a tip from a community member that the UW–Madison Police Department received overnight.November 22, 2022
Descriptions of Maxwell Chibuogwu as “involved,” “charismatic,” and “brilliant” may seem hyperbolic… until you meet him. Within minutes, you’ll know he is all three and more. A PhD candidate in plant pathology from Delta State, …October 4, 2022
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- December 6“Territorial Remainders in Patricio Guzman’s Geographical Triptych” As part of the LACIS Lunchtime Lecture Series12:00 PM, 206 Ingraham Hall
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