The Madison anti-drone campaign kicks it into high gear this spring. Mary Beth Schlagheck talks to the Monday Buzz about planned actions coming up at Volk Field, her upcoming trial date for civil disobedience and more.
With a corporate pay-to-play internet looming, are publicly-owned broadband services a more egalitarian alternative? Patrick Lucey of the Open Technology Institute sure thinks so.
Madison Public Library artist in residence Victor Castro, a.k.a. USGathering, a.k.a. TetraPak man, takes us into the Dane County Juvenile Detention Center with his latest art project.
University of Wisconsin financial aid expert Susan Fischer talks about student debt — are graduates buried before they start?
The Eight O’Clock Buzz’s own engineer Sam Matteson steps in front of the mike to offer his commentary on the state of higher education.
Lots of talk about the minimum wage lately, but what about those folks who work for nothing? Unpaid internships are on the rise but may be soon curtailed in the federal courts. The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism’s Matthew Barnidge brings us the story.