This week students from West High’s Green Club stopped by the studio to discuss their work to shift their school to clean energy. The Green Club raised $91,000 for solar on their rooftop through grants, support from the Madison Metropolitan School District and their adopt a solar panel program. This summer 30 kW of solar will be […]
This week the University of Wisconsin’s Office of Multicultural Arts Initiative is hosting the Line Breaks Festival, featuring Solo & Ensemble Works, Dance, Music, and Film by First Wave Student Artists. Sub host Anjali Misra hosts First Wave Scholars Garrett Pauli and Tiffany Ike participating this week. Garrett Pauli’s film, MasKuline, kicks off the festival […]
WORT will be out and about in the community this week. Stop by and say hello! Have a friend who has always wanted to check out WORT? Know a college student in search of an internship? Send them our way. We’ve got a triple-header of community events this Wednesday, January 25th. Catch us at the Wisconsin […]
Madison, mid-July 1968. The UW Regents, now dominated by appointees of Republican Gov. Warren Knowles. strike back at students. And new radical Ald. Paul Soglin makes his presence felt.
(WORT) — This week we cover Verona closing the Epic TIF, deer ticks showing up in Dane County, another UW campus voting no confidence in university leadership and Mike McCabe provides a commentary on trickle-down economics.
How will the recent tenure changes at UW affect the university? How will this change the quality of higher education? Today Carousel Bayrd talks with UW professors David J. Vanness and Donald Moynihan to discuss the budget cuts impacting the university. Slate recently called the budget cuts a “worst case scenario come to life.” Moynihan and […]