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Madison365 Week in Review for February 5


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Dr. Louis Macias is the new associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion at the University of Wisconsin College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.




The UW men’s and women’s basketball teams are honoring Black History Month and the late Virgil Abloh with special warm-up shirts he designed.




Forward Madison signed former Greenville Triumph defender Cesar Murillo.




With much of its leadership team based in Madison, Hylux Vitamin Water has been launched on Walmart.com.




UW-Green Bay is marking Black History Month with a series of events focused on Black joy.




Hate crime charges stemming from an alleged anti-Muslim tirade and assault were dropped in a plea deal.




The “Read Your Heart Out” event – started in a Madison elementary school and now happening across the state – celebrated its 18th year this week.




Madison Ballet debuted four works by local choreographers of color.




An art exhibit at Madison College will celebrate Black women artists all month.




County Board candidate Dana Pellebon said she will look to bring more marginalized voices to the table.




Oneida raised beadwork artist Karenann Hoffman earned a $50,000 fellowship from United States Artists. 


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