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  • A New Initiative to Raise Funds for Diversity Efforts

    Named in honor of the first known African American woman and man to graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, the Raimey-Noland campaign provides opportunities for alumni, friends, community leaders, athletics fans, corporations, and …