Madison in the Sixties. Civil rights, 1965 In November, two great civil rights leaders come to campus. John Lewis, the 25-year-old national chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, speaks twice on the second — a noon rally on the Union steps, and an evening address in Great Hall. “Racism is embedded in the heart […]
Madison authors, topics, book events and publishers Host Stu Levitan welcomes UW professor and instructor Steven Wright, author of the new political thriller The Coyotes of Carthage. Toussaint Andre Ross, known as Dre, is a talented but flawed political operative who may be down to his last campaign – a low-rent ballot initiative in the […]
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Vidar & Hans is a comic book by Nathan Peterson and Gary Nauman. They speak to Staying Artful about creating a comic book during COVID-19 and the benefits of collaboration. Learn more about Vidar & Hans here: vidarandhans.wordpress.com/ Image by Gary Nauman and Nathan Peterson. Featuring the steeple of the Stougton Opera House.
Virtual Board of Directors meeting from July 15, 2020
Today marked Goodman Pool’s first official day of summer. The pool, located on the city’s near southside, was originally going to reopen yesterday, but that plan was scrapped due to high chances of storms. Today, the weather was a comfortable seventy-six degrees with slight cloud cover. But, despite the ideal weather, there was no typical […]