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Pride Month Wallpapers – June 2021
May28

Pride Month Wallpapers – June 2021

Celebrate Pride Month with our new, Pride-themed, free wallpapers for your phone and computer. Our country celebrates Pride Month in June honor the 1969 Stonewall Riots, which occured when police raided a gay bar in New York City, called The Stonewall Inn, and the patrons fought back. The Riots occured for days and started a movement to fight against laws and practices that descriminated against LGBTQIA+ Americans. We, at the...

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May Flowers for your Computer and Phone Screens
Apr30

May Flowers for your Computer and Phone Screens

Spring is blooming all around us. And so is hope. Let’s celebrate the new life sprouting from the now warm ground and the return of Terrace season with this month’s free, spring-themed computer and phone wallpapers. And we hope to see you soon, enjoying time away from screens, at Union South and Memorial Union. Computer Wallpaper Computer Wallpaper Phone Wallpaper...

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Black History Month Wallpapers, February 2021
Jan27

Black History Month Wallpapers, February 2021

This February 2021, we are taking time to acknowledge Black History Month, a month dedicated to celebrating the contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout the United States’ history. Our team has created three wallpapers available for free download to serve as daily reminders of Black History Month. We will also hold events to help celebrate this month. Visit...

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Gratitude Month Wallpapers
Oct28

Gratitude Month Wallpapers

National Gratitude Month begins Nov. 1, and, as we approach the end of an unusual semester, we, at the Wisconsin Union, are reflecting on gratitude. We are grateful for every moment you spend with our team and every memory you make in our buildings. We know that your time is precious, and cannot begin to express our gratitude that you choose to spend time with us and for the opportunity to serve you. Our design team created wallpapers...

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Raising Up Black Voices with the 2nd Black Arts Matter Festival
Oct26

Raising Up Black Voices with the 2nd Black Arts Matter Festival

While studying at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Shasparay Irvin ‘20 felt that, as prevalent and valued as the arts are in Madison, there was a lack of diversity in the arts presentation that she saw. Shasparay, a Black interdisciplinary artist and slam poet, resolved to change that. While completing her bachelor’s degree in theatre and African American studies, she began an eight-month process to create an event series, called...

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