BY SHELBY LOOCK | November 18, 2016 PHOTO BY ALEX THOMAS Something is popping up on Edgewood’s campus. This
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
BY SHELBY LOOCK | October 28th, 2016 PHOTO BY YASIR ALHUMAIDEN It took only 24 hours for the Edgewood College Theatre Assembly to create two student productions this month start to finish.
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
BY ERIK PILLAR | April 27, 2016 Last fall, Edgewood College student Amanda Conder filed a sexual assault claim to Edgewood College’s Judicial Board claiming that she was raped by another Edgewood student in an apartment off campus. In late February, the Board ruled in favor of her accused attacker. The ruling sparked a campus protest that was covered by three major Madison news networks, and began a
BY HUNTER SALMON | APRIL 24, 2016 The Edgewood College tag system of general education requirements are being changed this semester, and a new system could be implemented as soon as 2017. The general education requirements for students involve 29 course tags, such as an X tag for writing, that represents a certain area of
Micheal Wants | March 12, 2015 “No Justice, No Peace!” chanted the mass of nearly 2000 protestors gathered at Worthington Park to begin a march that stopped at the Wisconsin Department of Corrections Building (DOC) and ended at the Governor’s Mansion. Protestors began to assemble at Worthington Park around three o’clock to protest the shooting