The event is a lecture featuring Dr. Bob Dodge who will be discussing what steps Madison can take to achieve nuclear disarmament and about the Back from the Brink campaign. Dr. Bob Dodge is the Co-Chair of the Security Committee of Physicians for Social Responsibility – USA and President of Physicians for Social Responsibility – […]
In the United States right now, student loan debt is second only to home mortgage debt. How did we get here? With another school year starting off, we thought we’d take a close look at just how much university education costs in America—and what that price tag is doing to student borrowers, the economy, and […]
Earlier this year, the United States saw statewide teacher strikes in Oklahoma and Arizona. And in recent news, members of the Los Angeles teachers’ union have voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike. To understand the context of these events, Patty speaks with professor Jon Shelton about his new book Teacher Strike! and his research in public […]
Nearly two hundred people gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking of Madison College’s Goodman South Campus at the corner of Badger Road and South Park Street today. Madison College President Jack Daniels hosted the ceremony and invited administrators, donors, and community partners to share remarks about what they hoped would be a historic day for South […]
Think back to high school. Did you take a foreign language? If so, how much do you remember? Could you say what you ate for breakfast today in that language? Exchange a few pleasantries? Thinking back, how well do you think you could speak in that foreign language even at the time you were learning […]
Carousel Bayrd speaks with gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers, who has been Wisconsin State Superintendent of Public Instruction since 2009. He’s running against more than a dozen candidates in the Democratic Primary. Topics discussed include environment and water issues, education and schools, health care, and poverty in the state.