Black Students Excluded From Homecoming Video at UW-Madison

Stephen G. Hall
Oct 4, 2019 - 7:34
Black Students Excluded From Homecoming Video at UW-Madison

Homecomings are important celebrations at colleges and universities. It is a time to celebrate the school’s traditions, welcome alumni, rekindle old friendships, and build new ones. With the exception of graduation, it is a moment for university officials to show its many stakeholders — from students and alumni to corporate sponsors — its collective face and spirit. A recent homecoming video at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) drew the ire of students and alumni alike because it failed to include a significant portion of its undergraduate and...

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