Madeline Topf, a Ph.D. candidate in microbiology in the Pepperell Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is also an organizer for the TAA. The TAA is the labor union representing […]
Cardinal Call: As Spring Semester Begins, Some Students Want Stronger ...
On Tuesdays, the Daily Cardinal — one of UW-Madison’s student newspapers — shares the latest in campus news. Today is the first day of the spring semester. On Monday, members […]
Cardinal Call: TAA continues push to end segregated fees
Each Tuesday, WORT checks in with the editorial staff at the Daily Cardinal — one of UW-Madison’s student newspapers — to learn about what’s happening on campus.
Coerced Labor in America Today
The pandemic and attendant economic crisis have laid bare the enormous power imbalances in contemporary American work life. Today, we speak with sociologist Erin Hatton about her new book Coerced, […]
Grad Student Strike
This week on PNM Josh & Ary catch up with friend of the show Zack Quirk, a graduate student at the University of Michigan, to discuss the week-long grad student […]
Aiming To Prevent Spread, UW-Madison Issues Strict Guidelines
(Photo: A student walks solo in front of the Hamel Music Center downtown; Photo: Chali Pittman/WORT News) UW-Madison officially reopened last week, bringing thousands of students back to campus. Initially, […]