Science News

Visiting professor to return as permanent faculty this fall

Jerald discusses next steps of her research at Intersectionality and Marginalization Lab preps to move to Madison

Editorial

The Badger Herald Editorial Board: Six issues our next chancellor can’t afford to ignore

As UW prepares to welcome a new chancellor, The Badger Herald Editorial Board outlines key concerns UW's next leader must address to succeed in the job

UW-Madison Campus

Divine Nine perform their strolls at Kohl Center for Black History Month

'We’ve always been about representation and making sure we’re seen, especially on a PWI [predominately white institution] campus, so we didn’t want to let this opportunity go to waste,' Omega Psi Phi spokesperson said

UW-Madison Campus

UW Health focuses on improving diversity in COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials

As COVID-19 disproportionately affects BIPOC people, diversity in clinical trials is essential, experts say

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Gov. Evers’ push for political redistricting is new form of gerrymandering

Democrats' push for new 'nonpartisan' map is based on unfounded arguments, has political motivations against public's best interests

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Democrats will prioritize diverse representation in 2020

Democratic Party has consistently shown dedication to serving all Americans from all backgrounds, while Republicans have failed to diversify representation

Column

Stemming from a young age: Girls need role models in STEM fields

UW professor Ahna Skop was selected to be ambassador for AAAS, will likely be strong role model for women in STEM fields

Column

Tokenism without representation: Soglin’s campaign treats diversity as an amplifier to a positive public image

Mayor Paul Soglin's reelection website prompts much-need conversation on diversity, inclusion

Column

Republicans wonder if a majority of Wisconsinites should count in elections

Evers' cabinet picks show he is committed to representing all Wisconsinites — not just those who voted for him

Column

An age-old problem: Fred Risser, ageism and guaranteed reelection

Risser has energy, progressivism of his colleagues, but his history of uncontested races is strikingly undemocratic

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