Ken Avidor’s ‘Bicyclopolis,’ set in the Twin Cities, part of Reading Across Campus
Science fiction expert to lead virtual lecture Feb. 16
A University of Wisconsin-Stout Civil Liberties Symposium sparked the idea for a new book “Civil Liberties in Real Life: Seven Studies.”
Essay on LGBTQIA+ literary censorship, poem on civil disparities take next two places
Free speech and academic freedom, cancel culture and the pros and cons of banning hate speech are all topics that will be addressed during Free Speech Week host
George Orwell’s novel “1984” will be the focus of an event about censorship hosted by UW-Stout’s Menard Center.
Two advocates for racial justice and equality and First Amendment rights will be the online panelists for a Constitution Day event from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Tue
Many small, rural newspaper need help trying to cover news, write features, take photographs and lay out the publication.
The University of Wisconsin-Stout Menard Center for the Study of Institutions and Innovation will host an online conversation about the COVID-19 pandemic impact
A forum for Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates is scheduled at University of Wisconsin-Stout, two weeks before the spring primary.