I recently wrote about the need for public schools in Madison to be of a high enough quality that people want to settle into their careers and…
There’s an old saw in psychology: Your perception is your reality.
If the jury acquits Kyle Rittenhouse, then they will be doing what the law requires them to do. That should prompt us to ask why the law dictates this result.
The linguist and New York Times opinion writer John McWhorter recently asked, “What is it about the University of Wisconsin and race?”
"I was getting my work done from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. every day," she said.
The researcher merged public health data with anonymized cellphone tracking data in the 19 census tracts that fall within or near UW-Madison's campus.
OUR VIEW: Stop bickering, work together to fight COVID-19 around campus and in Downtown Madison
In the third of a series of articles featuring the leaders of the Association of Women in Agriculture Benefit Corporation, the organization's secretary, Cassie Endres, has put her dairy-judging analysis skills to work in her job at Filament. She encourages recent graduates to pour their energies into jobs and activities that most excite them.
Necessary in many cases, incarceration nevertheless can compound the effect of childhood trauma, make some problems worse and separate families.
Unaddressed, trauma can be toxic to a child's developing brain, dramatically increasing the chance of high-risk behaviors like smoking, substance abuse, early sexual activity and violence.
Those who study the root causes of violence nationally and in Wisconsin are turning to a common survey tool to inform public policy.