UW-Madison Campus

UW to promote Ho-Chunk history, Native presence through digital mapping project

'This project seeks to uplift the Native voices that have often been overlooked,' UW professor says

Ho-Chunk Nation flag raising ceremony at Bascom Hill, Nov. 5
UW-Madison Campus

Flag of Ho-Chunk Nation flies on Bascom Hill for first time in UW history

'​​I was saddened that this wasn’t an everyday deal where you see this Ho-Chunk Nation flag flying on Ho-Chunk land ... it's just a start,' Ho-Chunk chief says

UW-Madison Campus

SSFC approves Sex Out Loud for GSSF funding, passes amended budget

Wisconsin Black Student Union reschedules for November 8

City of Madison

Ho-Chunk Nation storytelling series debuts at Madison Public Library

Madison Public Library, Ho-Chunk Gaming collaborate for storytelling program that will last through December

UW-Madison Campus

RecWell holds event for new $113.2 million Bakke Recreation & Wellbeing Center

“It will be a space that welcomes the community in, with community events, camps and clinics, and one on one nutritional counseling," Chancellor Rebecca Blank said

UW-Madison Campus

College Republicans launch petition to keep Lincoln statue amid calls for its removal

UW BIPOC Coalition criticizes UW's 'legacy of race and land appropriation,' tweet by UW official calling ancestral Ho-Chunk land a 'gift' to university

Editorial

The Badger Herald Editorial Board: Spring 2020’s biggest stories

From campus issues to coronavirus, Editorial Board recaps spring 2020 semester in all its glory

Art

UW pays respect to Ho-Chunk history with indigenous people’s textiles exhibit

UW's School of Human Ecology holds indigenous textiles exhibit until Dec. 6

City of Madison

New Madison historic preservation plan to focus on underrepresented groups

The committee used survey, photo contest to gain insight on community's preservation priorities

ArtsEtc

Columbus Day transforms into Indigenous Peoples’ Day at First Unitarian Society

Discussion of threats to the environment, indigenous land were among talking points of the night's festivities

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