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Recent Sexual Assault Victim Drops Charges

BY YASIR ALHUMAIDAN | December 9, 2016 The victim of a recent sexual assault that was reported to the security office late in October has decided to withdraw the case. On October 31, Edgewood students received an email regarding an alleged sexual assault that took a place in Weber Hall. On The Edge reported that the

Security Informs Edgewood Community of Alleged Sexual Assault

BY SHANZEH AHMAD AND YASIR ALHUMAIDAN | November 18, 2016 Last month the Edgewood College community was informed of an alleged sexual assault that occurred on October 13 in one of the residence halls on campus. Officials involved in the investigation refused to release further details. The incident was reported to the security office on

Madison Rallies Together Against President-Elect Donald Trump

VIDEO BY YASIR ALHUMAIDAN On Thursday night hundreds of anti-Trump protesters in Madison marched from Bascom Hill to the Capitol. Along the way, different community members spoke out to take a stand against the results of the presidential election from Tuesday night. Speakers from many different walks of life delivered messages in support of the

Edgewood Review Celebrates 10th Anniversary

BY YASIR ALHUMAIDAN | November 11, 2016 Edgewood’s literary magazine, the Edgewood Review, is celebrating their 10th anniversary and is taking submissions for the 10th issue. English professor David Young has been the faculty advisor for the Edgewood Review since it first started in 2006. This year’s issue will be a combination of the 9th and

Humanities Feel the Grind

BY MIKAYLA MROCHEK | October 28th, 2016                                                     PHOTO BY YASIR ALHUMAIDEN Edgewood boasts of an award-winning student newspaper, theatre program, and music program—the latter two recently earned third place in

The Problem With Parking

BY JESSICA BLACKBURN | October 21, 2016                                                    PHOTO BY YASIR ALHUMAIDEN Wednesday morning the Edgewood College ramp and parking lots are packed as tightly as Macy’s on Black Friday. Desperate students

Stationary to Mobile: The Accessibility Icon Project

BY SANTI ELBOW | October 21, 2016 Edgewood College is tackling a universally stationary symbol as the handicap accessibility signs are changing. Dedra Hafner, director of the Cutting Edge Program, proposed the Accessible Icon Project to the Diversity Planning Task Force in 2014. Tony Garcia, member of the Diversity Planning Task Force, said that the handicapped

Arctic Passage: Up Close and Personal

BY ALEX THOMAS | August 3, 2016 Want to sit down and eat with Polar Bears? The Henry Vilas Zoo lets you do just that at the Glacier Grille. Glacier Grille is the only restaurant in North America where you can eat with the Polar Bears. Arctic Passage, the zoo’s newest exhibit that opened last summer, gives

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