Madison365 Week in Review for May 7

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    CUNA-Mutual-Group-Header-300x129Here are your favorite stories of the week, brought to you by CUNA Mutual.

    We added several new open job listings in real estate, nonprofit and technology.

     

    211_North_Carroll_Street,_Madison,_Wisconsin_-_DSC03454We broke the news Thursday night that Madison College’s board unanimously approved a plan to move out of downtown and focus on the South Side.

     

     

    P_cover_Just Bakery group_C (1)Our reporter Francisco Velazquez sat down for a Q&A with Carmella Glenn of Madison-area Urban Ministries and Just Bakery.

     

     

     

    Tyrone Braxton

    We profiled the next class to be inducted into the Madison Sports Hall of Fame, which includes former Southside Raider Tyrone Braxton.

     

     

     

     

     

    Graffiti1We reported that UW student King Shabazz, whose in-class arrest sparked protests on campus, will not face graffiti charges.

     

     

     

    Tamara Grigsby

    We reported that the County’s new Office of Equity and Inclusion will be named for Tamara Grigsby, and that Wesley Sparkman has been named its director.

     

     

    P_LenaandLinda02State Senator Lena Taylor promoted Mental Health Awareness Month in her column.

     

     

     

     

    P_DontreDay02State Rep. Mandela Barnes wants gun violence to be a top priority.

     

     

     

    P_LemonadeRev. David Hart gave his take on the phenomenon that is Beyonce’s Lemonade.

     

    Written by Madison365 staff

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