by Alanna Conley
Protesting is as deeply ingrained in UW-Madison culture as “Jump Around” and beer pong. Since the 1960s, the campus has been notably at the forefront of every national and local movement. The tradition continues, as Badgers make their voices heard. Continue reading “Protest Culture at UW-Madison”
By L. Malik Anderson
Wind whistles through the campus streets where students once protested for the validation of black bodies. Where students once echoed “Black Lives Matter!” at night there is now silence.
“The campus climate was very eerie and off balance,” sophomore Devonte Foley said. “Opinions seemed one sided in favor of liberals but many people had radical views which surfaced every once in a while.”
Continue reading “Black students engage in long tradition of campus activism”