Progress for whom?: Students grow impatient with stagnant diversity enrollment despite university’s largest class yet. Read more on our website. • • • Graphic by Laura Mahoney
As vaping increases for college students, health risks don’t go up in smoke. Read more on our website — link in bio • • • 📸: @beemotwenyfo
About one in eight students said they couldn't always afford sufficient food and housing while at UW-Madison, according to the Campus Climate survey data. Head over to our website to read more. Image by: Maximilian Homstad
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Join us tonight for our panel, Madison’s Powerful Women, at 6 p.m. in Tripp Commons at the Memorial Union.
“From 2014 to 2017 I served a three year term as a member of the UW University Committee, the executive committee of the Faculty Senate, and for the third year I was chair of the committee. I have a very good memory of my time on the UC, because of the positive impact of our work on the campus community, and because I was successful with a collaborative approach in addressing big issues where emotions run high.”
As a woman in leadership I have had several opportunities to address the rape culture on our campus. The statistic that 1 in 4 women will be assaulted during college is absolutely horrifying. My biggest success in this position has been presenting and passing sexual assault bylaws for the Panhellenic Community… I am so grateful that this leadership position has given me a platform to help produce such a personal and impactful project.” Rachel Gold, President of Panhellenic Association at UW-Madison
Join The Daily Cardinal and some of Madison’s powerful women this Thursday from 6-7pm to talk about struggles, triumphs and idosyncricies. • • • • Leslie Orrantia, UW-Madison’s Director of Community Outreach said, “The intersection of several identities I wear each contribute to my cumulative feeling of purpose and related accomplishment. However, with consideration to your specific question, I do feel that one of my proudest moments is having graduated from Mount Holyoke College, a small private women's college in South Hadley, MA. At 20 years old, a first-generation college graduate, Latina woman graduating from the first of the Seven Sister schools, I felt an incredible sense of achievement justified by a foundation of intentionality, hard work and deep-rooted integrity.