Features

Stop Line 3: The Indigenous-led fight to halt construction on the last remaining segment of a thousand-mile pipeline

The crumbling Line 3 can only operate at half capacity, if finished, the replacement would restore it to its full capacity of 760,000 barrels per day

Science News

Language revitalization efforts for Ojibwe continue despite COVID-19 challenges

Language revitalization efforts are important to conserve Indigenous thought and community, UW professor says

UW-Madison Campus

‘Our Shared Future’ heritage marker to expand learning about native narratives

Academic units incorporate Ho-Chunk history into teaching, learning in honor of the marker

UW-Madison Campus

Minnesota professor explores correlation between diabetes, dementia

Diabetes management could be dementia prevention, family medicine professor said

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: If UW cares about indigenous students, it must denounce TMT project, defend Mauna Kea

As a founding member of AURA, UW is in a uniquely powerful position to speak up for preservation of sacred indigenous land

Art

More than just eye candy — new UW sculpture welcomes inclusionary thought

Library Mall area "is a confluence of people in the space going in different directions to work, class and elsewhere," artist says

UW-Madison Campus

Indigenous students celebrate Native November while navigating through struggles on campus

In response to lack of cultural competency on campus, Native students consistently organize spaces to celebrate culture, address key issues

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