About two dozen campus volunteers assisted Bill Quackenbush, tribal historic preservation officer for the Ho-Chunk Nation, in constructing a Ho-Chunk housing structure Thursday on the North Lawn of Dejope Residence Hall on the University of …
All welcome at Ho-Chunk ciiporoke dwelling on north lawn of Dejope Residence Hall Nov. 3
A Ho-Chunk dwelling, the ciiporoke has been a place of home, family, community, teaching, learning and ceremony for Ho-Chunk people at Teejop since beyond memory.
Ho-Chunk Nation flag to fly on campus this week
The Ho-Chunk Nation flag will fly on the UW–Madison campus Oct. 10-17, in recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day on October 10.
Ho-Chunk Nation flag-raising symbolizes a shared future
UW–Madison will fly the flag of the Ho-Chunk Nation at Bascom Hall for more than six weeks this fall, including Indigenous Peoples Day in October and the entirety of National Native American Heritage Month in November.
Ho-Chunk Nation flag to fly on campus multiple weeks this fall
UW–Madison will fly the flag of the Ho-Chunk Nation at Bascom Hall for more than six weeks this fall, including Indigenous Peoples Day and throughout Native American Heritage Month.
Ho-Chunk Nation Flag Raising Ceremony
Please join Ho-Chunk Nation President Marlon WhiteEagle, Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin, Elliott Funmaker, Sr., the Wisconsin Dells Singers, citizens of the Ho-Chunk Nation and members of the UW community for a flag-raising ceremony in front of Bascom Hall.
Wisconsin Idea Spotlight: Ho-Chunk land — Stories of Teejop
The Ho-Chunk Nation has lived on Teejop — the land on which UW–Madison currently sits — for thousands of years. During the Wisconsin Idea Spotlight: Ho-Chunk Land — Stories of Teejop, panelists discussed the importance …
In historic first, flag of Ho-Chunk Nation raised atop Bascom Hall
On a brilliantly lit fall morning, with an appropriate breeze in the air, the University of Wisconsin–Madison raised the flag of the Ho-Chunk Nation atop Bascom Hall Friday, on land the Ho-Chunk call Teejop, or …
Chancellor Blank: Recognizing our shared history with the Ho-Chunk Nation
I hope some of you were able to join us Friday morning as we welcomed leaders of the Ho-Chunk Nation to campus for the raising of the Ho-Chunk Nation flag atop Bascom Hall — the …
Flag of Ho-Chunk Nation to fly atop Bascom Hall for first time in university’s history
On Nov. 5, UW–Madison will fly the flag of the Ho-Chunk Nation atop Bascom Hall, part of an ongoing commitment to educate the campus community about First Nations history and to recognize the land as the ancestral home of the Ho-Chunk.
Ho-Chunk Nation flag to be raised at Bascom on Nov. 5
For the first time in the history of UW–Madison, the Ho-Chunk Nation’s flag will fly above Bascom Hall on Nov 5 as part of our ongoing commitment to moving from ignorance to awareness with the Ho-Chunk Nation and the other First Nations in Wisconsin.
Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day 2021
Monday, Oct. 11, 2021, is Indigenous Peoples Day, when we honor the cultures, legacies and histories of the people who have called this continent home for thousands of years.
Treaty Day highlights history of resilience of Ho-Chunk people
September 15 is Treaty Day in Madison, Wisconsin, marking the day in 1832 when the Ho-Chunk Nation was forced to cede 3 million acres, including Teejop (Four Lakes), to the United States.