8 O'Clock Buzz
Multimedia artist Kim Charles Kay grew up in Olympia, Washington and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. In between those two, she’s worked and exhibited her art up and down the U.S. East and West Coasts, Lexington, Kentucky and Rome, Italy. This month and next, she sets up shop here in the Madison Central Library, […]
November 13 through November 19 is International Education Week, sponsored by the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Department of Education. The University of Wisconsin’s celebration of International Education Week includes a variety of lectures and networking opportunities at various locations around its Madison campus. The keynote speech, taking place tonight at 5:30 at the […]
Hate groups and hate crimes are on the rise in Wisconsin, the state loses money after killing its Medicaid fraud whistleblower law, and more flawed hair-sample tests cast doubts on the guilt of convicts doing time in Wisconsin prisons. The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism’s Dee Hall joins Eight O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing by […]
The Deadly Writers Patrol [DWP] began with the mission “to encourage greater understanding of the Vietnam era and the war’s effect on individuals and our nation,” and had a particular interest in writing by Vietnam veterans. This mission has expanded to include veterans from other tours of duty, but continues to help the authors and […]
International Education Week celebrates the international partnerships of the UW Madison that make this institution so great. Steven Barcus talks about some of the activities, including a Global Engagement Fair, Return Peace Corps story slam, and extends a welcome to all!
Jan talks with Chris Ott, Executive Director of the ACLU of Wisconsin, about the recent vote by the state legislature to add Wisconsin to the bandwagon of states wanting a constitutional convention. They discuss the ramifications and possible outcomes, and what actions can still be taken.