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UW–Madison professor appointed to commission addressing violent crime against Indigenous Americans

Grace Bulltail, a professor in the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, is among those appointed to serve on a commission focusing on addressing violent crime within Indian lands and against American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Students’ feelings on campus climate broadly positive, survey finds, though gaps persist

Preliminary results from the Campus Climate Survey found most students from nearly all backgrounds find UW–Madison to be a safe, welcoming and respectful place where they feel they belong, though gaps in the campus experience persist.

Photos: Divine Nine stroll wows crowd at Kohl Center

Members of UW–Madison Divine Nine fraternities and sororities perform a stroll on court during halftime of a men’s basketball game between the Badgers and Rutgers at the Kohl Center on Feb. 12.

Photos: Hundreds gather for historic unveiling of the Divine Nine Garden Plaza

The nine historical markers on East Campus Mall honor and acknowledge the groups’ achievements, contributions, presence and history on campus.

Video: Alumni, students celebrate grand opening of Divine Nine Garden Plaza

The nine historical markers on East Campus Mall honor and acknowledge the achievements, contributions, presence and history of the historically Black fraternities and sororities that make up NPHC, seven of which are active at UW–Madison.