Join the UW-Madison Alexander Hamilton Society as we welcome Retired Major General Charles Dunlap from the Duke University School of Law and Nicholas Davis, Chief Information Security Officer for the University of Wisconsin System, to a conversation moderated by Scott Straus from the UW-Madison Department of Political Science as they discuss Cyber: Warfare’s Next Frontier.
The WIRe is looking to add new writers to the team during the Spring Semester. Any student is eligible to apply. The application can be found here. WIRe will be hosting a kickoff meeting on February 20th at 7 P.M. where you can learn more about the magazine and application process. The meeting will be in the Student Activity Center in room 4210.
Thinking about a legal career?
As the fall semester approaches, the College of Letters & Science Career Services office has planned plenty of events for students. You can learn about them below:
On February 11th, the Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) will be hosting a New Year celebration. Everyone is welcome to join in the celebration as they welcome the Year of the Rooster. The Tet celebration will showcase the Vietnamese Culture with traditional as well as modern performances. Enjoy a great show with free food, games, and raffle prizes! More details here.
The Wisconsin International Review, a student-run, student-driven online magazine and registered student organization, has recently published the second episode of their podcast, TheWIReCast. The podcast is a discussion of Brexit and its causes and consequences. Click here to view the podcast. All students are welcome to submit their work and join the Wisconsin International Review team as writers or contributors. They are always looking for fresh ideas and perspectives on trending and under-reported international topics.
Sifting & Winnowing is an undergraduate academic journal here at UW-Madison and they are currently seeking submissions to publish in their second edition! They are looking for pieces that are relevant to topics in law, politics, political economy, and public policy, interpreted broadly. Submissions are welcome from students of all majors on a rolling basis throughout the semester. Continue reading
The Men’s Project creates a space for critical self-reflection and dialogue about what it means to be a man and how masculinity impacts us and those around us. The experience focuses on the examination of societal images, expectations, and messages around masculinity to empower men to better understand themselves, promote the advancement of gender equity, and raise consciousness in their communities. Topics include Media and Pop Culture, Vulnerability, Sexuality, Hook-up Culture, Alcohol, Relationships, and Violence. Continue reading