Hosted by the Aruna Project, a US international human rights non-profit, the Madison Aruna Run is raising funds to help free, empower, and employ sexually enslaved women in India. You select the name of an enslaved woman whom the Aruna Project staff is actively working to free, write her name on your race bib, and […]
Game on! Sub host Liz DiNovella joins us in the studio today to talk sports and feminism. On the first segment of today’s show, Liz speaks with Jessica Luther about women in sports journalism, college sports and sexual assault, and what it means to be a conscientious fan. In the second half of the show, […]
As the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, pass their midpoint, you might be wondering about what’s the deal with the Olympic flame and why do the Games have a torch? Sarah Hopefl and Eli Radtke look at the history of the Olympics and explain some of it’s grander, and stranger, traditions.
The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team has won more NCAA Tournament games than any other team. Mike McCabe of BlueJean Nation believes their success comes from five pillars: humility, passion, unity, servant-hood, and thankfulness. In this commentary, McCabe explains why government officials at the state capitol could take a cue from the leadership of […]
This Is What I Ate Discovers Burger Bliss Overlooking Glenway Municipal Golf Course!
This week, thousands of miles away in Lignano, Italy, three Madison residents seek world titles in the circus art of German Wheel. Lisa Nunez talked with them during one of their final practices before crossing the pond. Below, Carly Schuna, of the Madison Circus Space, demonstrates some German Wheel tricks: