Author: Robert Chappell, Madison365

Fund for women looks to change game

The fund is laser-focused on economic empowerment, and has made a decision to make larger, more impactful grants to a smaller number of agencies capable of working toward that goal.

12 on Tuesday: Lupe Salmeron

Incoming Edgewood College freshman Lupe Salmeron was a member of the inaugural class of the Madison365 Academy this past summer, spending three weeks in an intensive and immersive program to learn the basics of journalism.

Report: Minority city employees treated differently, reluctant to speak up

African American employees of the City of Madison are more likely than their white colleagues to feel they are treated differently because of race, under more pressure to change, and that they would face negative consequences for reporting unfair treatment, according to a report released yesterday by the city's Multicultural Affairs Committee.

Latest UW hate speech victim comes forward

First-year UW student and Sellery Hall resident Launa Owens was the victim of the hate speech that prompted a strong and emotional response from Vice Provost Patrick Sims, Madison365 has learned.