Clitorally: Combatting Oppression with Community

1 by Madelyn Sundquist, Arts Writer While zines or “self-published written materials” are not a contemporary creation, their popularity across the country, especially in marginalized communities and DIY art scenes, has grown over the past thirty years. They enable their creators to present creative work and political … Continue readingClitorally: Combatting Oppression with Community

“Starving the Beast” Spotlights UW-Madison’s Academic Struggles

by Sara Schuld, Arts Staff Writer In only eight days, the Wisconsin Film Festival managed to present over 150 films. Running from April 15- April 22, the featured films spanned all cinematic styles, from potent documentaries to sophisticated animations. Each year, the “Wisconsin’s Own” collection … Continue reading“Starving the Beast” Spotlights UW-Madison’s Academic Struggles

UW-Madison celebrates 400 years of Shakespeare with a successful festival

1 by Eva Wieland, Arts Editorial Assistant The University of Wisconsin-Madison Literature Festival celebrated various forms of writing at the Memorial Union last Wednesday for the sixth year in a row. The completely student organized event was put together by the Wisconsin Union Directorate Publications … Continue readingUW-Madison celebrates 400 years of Shakespeare with a successful festival