BY RACHEL HOWE AND CONNOR GLASBRENNER | PHOTO BY ALEX THOMAS Three Edgewood College students have chosen to speak out on the possible end of DACA. DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the program allowing those who came to the U.S as children to stay and work, has recently been ended by the Trump administration. This
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BY SHELBY LOOCK | PHOTO BY JULIE DUNBAR Edgewood College and its Music Department are helping to provide meals to those in need. Edgewood College has a partnership with the Luke House community meal program that allows students to help provide meals to families or individuals who are food insecure. According to the Luke House
BY ALEX THOMAS | Album Cover by Noon Thirty Design / Loren Zemlicka Photography Two Edgewood College students have taken on a social media internship with local band The Mascot Theory. Amanda Conder, a junior communication studies major, and Summer Wuestenberg, a senior business and music major with a concentration in performance and industry,
BY SHANZEH AHMAD | PHOTO BY YASIR ALHUMAIDAN Edgewood’s Theater Department is putting on a production of Agatha Christie’s, “A Murder is Announced,” for the spring semester. Jeanne Leep, professor of theater arts and producer of Edgewood theater, is directing the stage adaptation of Christie’s murder mystery novel. Christie is the world’s best-selling fiction author,
BY SHANZEH AHMAD | Feb. 11, 2017 PHOTO BY SHANZEH AHMAD A Native American art exhibit, Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay, is on display in the Edgewood gallery until later this month. The opening reception for the exhibition was hosted in The Stream on Jan. 26, where two of the curators of the show
BY JESSICA BLACKBURN | PHOTO BY ALEX THOMAS Universities and colleges across the nation are questioning whether providing trigger warnings is just another way of coddling Millennials – who Kathleen Parker, a writer for The Washington Post, refers to as the “Swaddled Generation.” In a letter addressed earlier this year to incoming students at the
BY SHANZEH AHMAD | PHOTO BY YASIR ALHUMAIDAN The period of status renewal for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, has come to a close as of Oct. 5. Edgewood helped students protected under DACA, or DACA Dreamers, through the process of reapplying by offering financial support and several other resources. Scott
BY DAMIEN SCHUERMAN AND NATHAN GILBERT | PHOTO BY ALEX THOMAS Construction on Monroe Street beginning in early 2018 will affect all students, employees, and visitors to Edgewood College. Monroe Street will be resurfaced from Odana Road to Edgewood College Drive and reconstructed from Edgewood College Drive to Regent Street. The city of Madison currently
BY LINDSEY HAZLETT | PHOTO BY YASIR ALHUMAIDAN Edgewood College has installed gender-inclusive restrooms in residence halls and academic buildings around campus. These restrooms, some single-stalled and others multi-stalled with showers, are available to be used by any student or faculty member, of any and all gender identities. The installation of these restrooms occurred rapidly.
BY ALYSSA ALLEMAND | PHOTO BY YASIR ALHUMADIAN Edgewood College has worked towards implementing a composting program for students on campus in the past. With the help of Edgewood graduate Halie Tenor, the process of starting that program is coming along. Tenor is serving through Chartwells as the Dining Services Sustainability Intern at Edgewood. Though
BY WILLIAM LUND Edgewood College is set to launch a new safety and security app, Director of Transportation and Security Mike Metcalf confirmed. “This will replace The Eagle Alert system,” he said. “Eagle Alert works well, but it’s cumbersome, older technology. . . . This app will be easier for the user.” Students have the