Madison365 Week in Review for March 16


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    The Whitehorse Middle School administrator accused of assaulting a sixth grade girl resigned Friday.




    Alpha Kappa Alpha’s 25th annual Men Who Cook event raised funds for scholarships with some delicious bites.




    Forward Madison unveiled their isthmus-inspired home and away jerseys.




    UW-Madison honored 10 faculty members with distinguished teaching awards.




    CUNA Mutual Group announced the addition of Alexzandra Shade as its new director of corporate responsibility.



    Police responded to a disturbance at Lakeview Library with more force than was necessary, some witnesses say.




    The 2019 Athena Award went to Stephanie Bradley Wilson.




    A local Madison activist, adopted as an infant, has found her birth family — but needs some community help to go meet them.




    This weekend’s Golden Gloves tournament will showcase some local future professional and Olympic hopeful boxers.



    Madison365’s own Kynala Phillips earned a scholarship from ProPublica to attend the National Association of Black Journalists conference this summer.



    A new space dedicated to the mental health of Hmong elders had its grand opening last week.

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