Produced by professional master's students in the UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Spring 2022
Free access to information
Since its inception more than 150 years ago, the library’s mission remains the same: providing the community with free access to information. It’s one of the last bastions where there is no expectation to spend money.
Godlewski first Senate candidate to highlight risk to Roe in campaign ad
U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Godlewski wasted no time in incorporating the newly revealed risks to Roe v. Wade in a new campaign ad dropped May 5.
Madison’s First Park
People have been visiting Orton Park for 135 years, since the site was established as Madison’s first municipal park. Save for a couple commemorative plaques, the unassuming park gives little indication of its rich and unique history.
Madison reacts to leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning abortion rights
Crowds of people gathered at the state Capitol in Madison in early May, less than 24 hours after the leak of a draft opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court that would undo Roe v. Wade, taking away constitutional protection of the right to an abortion in the United States.
Jeremiah Streng makes his debut for Forward Madison FC
I sat down with Jeremiah Streng, who recently joined Forward on loan from top division Finnish club Seinäjoen Jalkapallokerho, to chat about his transition into the American game and playing in front of the Forward faithful for the first time.
A first year in Madison filled with challenges, surprises and favorite things
Yerzhan Abdramanov is a first-year professional master’s student from Almaty, Kazakhstan, who moved to Madison with his wife and son to begin his graduate studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison last September.