Madison365 Week in Review for Oct 5


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    A UW Homecoming video sparked backlash after Black students were cut out. In response, the UW and Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association promised new processes and training to do better in the future.



    Clintonville High School canceled its homecoming game after white students performed a mock Native American dance at a pep rally.



    Madison Police Chief Mike Koval announced his retirement, effective immediately, last Sunday.




    Madison College celebrated the grand opening of its sparkling new Goodman South Campus.




    The health-focused Spanish language radio show Nuestra Salud celebrated its 15th anniversary.




    The community mourned the loss of “Supergran” Addriana Squires, who passed away at the age of 91.




    The City of Madison seeks nominations for the Jeffrey Clay Erlinger Award




    The Wisconsin State Council on Affirmative Action will recognize six outstanding individuals and institutions at a ceremony in the Capitol on October 24.




    The seventh annual Latino Art Fair is set for Friday, October 12 at Overture Center for the Arts.




    The Latino Education Council will host its Back2School Summit this weekend.

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