Author: Ashley Redjinski

Insects, Patience & Nepal: an Interview with former resident Zach Garcia

What did you study at UW-Madison and when did you graduate?  I graduated in the spring of 2013 with a B.A. in Human Geography, French Language and Literature, and Japanese Language and Literature. What have you been up to since? After graduating, I was hired by Madison Children’s Museum as a Program Assistant. I assisted the Education Department staff in initiating and supervising age-specific STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics) and environmental programs to students in the Madison area. I also orchestrated and established a long-term entomophagic (human consumption of insects) program encouraging sustainable nutritional practices through consuming insects....

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A French Girl & a Dairy Cow: A Love Story

Sara Weber, a French native, is one of five French House assistants we will feature this year and her story is one that many Wisconsinites  will relate to and appreciate. Despite growing up on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, Sara is no stranger to farms, cheese, and dairy cows. In fact, she grew up on a family farm that produces a special type of French cheese prized the world over. While she pursues her studies at UW-Madison, she seems to have found a home away from home.  Where are you from in France? I’m from the east...

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