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Madison365 Week in Review for October 9


Here are our most popular stories from the week, brought to you by the Wisconsin Book Festival.

Madison365’s Black Oxygen podcast was honored with a Wisconsin Innovation Award.





Madison West Spanish students walked out of class Wednesday to demand their teacher be allowed to teach remotely. 

On Friday, the district changed course and allowed the teacher to return to teaching via remote video.


A new exhibit at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art showcases work by Mexican and Mexican American artists.




The UW Athletic Department helped replace helmets, jerseys and other equipment a youth football team lost in a fire.




Madison is hosting the 29th annual Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Asexual College Conference this weekend.



Ruthie’s Chili Spot has become Ruthie’s Comfort Food and continues to grow.




Dr. Michelle Robinson has been named the director of the new Office of Health Equity at the state Department of Health Services.




Dreamers of Wisconsin has grown from a small student organization to a full-fledged statewide nonprofit.




State Senator Lena Taylor announced that she’s running for Lieutenant Governor.




La Movida Radio’s 11th annual Hispanic Heritage Luncheon is set for October 13.

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