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Madison365 Week in Review for November 30


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UW Chemistry Professor Bassam Shakashiri will celebrate 50 years of making science fun with his annual Christmas show this Sunday.



The “60 Forward” initiative aims to increase access to higher education at UW, private universities and technical colleges.



DreamUp has announced seven finalists for finding ideas to increase median income of families in Dane County.





About 150 Sun Prairie students walked out of school in response to a blackface incident.




The City of Madison got a $7 million grant to expand the bus system.




The Madison School Board will consider a proposal to rename Glendale Elementary after Dr. Virgina Henderson.




Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness founder Lisa Peyton Caire was honored as a GoFundMe Hero in San Francisco.




Community leaders have urged the Madison Metropolitan School District to respond to alleged racial slur incidents and better support Black teachers.



A Madison La Follette High School student has built a business out of bamboo.




Savion Castro, who was appointed to the Madison School Board in July, has launched his campaign for a full term.



The second annual MOSES Gala is set for December 14.

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