Sick and Tired: A UW-Madison Student’s Reflections on Yale and Mizzou

by Maya Campbell, Staff Writer In 1964, Fanny Lou Hammer gave a groundbreaking speech at the Democratic Nation Convention. With personal testimony as her foundation, and powerful rhetoric as a tool, she became known as one of the notable, authentic voices of the Civil Rights … Continue readingSick and Tired: A UW-Madison Student’s Reflections on Yale and Mizzou

Painting With All the Colors of Your Ignorance (or This is Halloween)

by Haley Nippert, Social Writer It’s that time of year again: pumpkin spice lattes, sweaters, apple cider, and cultural appropriation. Cultural appropriation means the adoption of cultural elements from a minority group, by another, usually dominant, group is especially prevalent when Halloween rolls around. It … Continue readingPainting With All the Colors of Your Ignorance (or This is Halloween)