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

Renaming of federal lands aids in recognition of Indigenous cultures

Omitting racist language toward Native Americans is small step toward equitable recognition

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UW holds first Q&A session for chancellor finalists, interviews former University of Utah Provos

Former University of Utah Provost emphasizes engagement with local Native communities during Q & A interview

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UW affiliates create Navajo words, hope to spark science communication

Dictionary will allow native speakers to understand biology terms and participate in scientific conversations, UW graduate student says

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ASM passes latest COVID-19 Student Relief Fund legislation following compromise with UW admin

The UW Tribal Relations Director also spoke on behalf of the Ho-Chunk Nation during the last meeting of the 27th ASM session

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Native American Heritage month shines spotlight on Native American organizations, programs

Featured Native November events can be found on a special Native November webpage

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UW partners receives grant to develop educational pathways for Native American students

Programs guided in partnership with business, industry, Tribal government, higher education


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

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Minnesota professor explores correlation between diabetes, dementia

Diabetes management could be dementia prevention, family medicine professor said


Mere awareness of colonial history with indigenous people insufficient toward progress

For a university situated entirely on sacred Ho-Chunk grounds, words do not substitute for actions


Why celebrating Indigenous history is more important than celebrating genocide

Recognition of Indigenous People's Day is a good start — but it's only the beginning of education process

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