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Gonzo-19 Capstone Pandemic Report: Badgers reflect upon the 50th year anniversary of Title IX

On February 11, fear and loathing at the La Bahn Arena set in with subzero chills. The 50th year anniversary Title IX celebrates the victories like tennis champion Billie Jean King and her efforts moving parity forward.

Badger fans love the Edwards family, and the Quinniplac Bobcats understand the Badgers’ women’s hockey team is a force to be reckoned with. The following chronical spans further than 50 years unearthing one of the earliest victories for King and the Women’s Sports Foundation.

As on collective bargain, Title IX brings families together and fans to their feet gleaming over the sweet pep band sounds of “Varsity” while t-shirts launched across the Kohl Center.

In summary, 2022 kicked off with divine feminine energy. The balance between diversity, equity and inclusion opened the doors to the La Bahn Arena and Kohl Center.

Fans welcomed players and players beat both the Illini and the Bobcats for Title IX victory wins.

Bradley J. Burt serves the Dane County community as an American Legion Dane County Service Officer. Burt assists those in crisis with his multimedia reporter service as a blogger to distribute virtual information at his Social Media Writing final project called "Outpost 422." Burt returned as a Wisconsin State Certified Journey worker after finding out he could receive 39 credits for his journey worker certificate. The Technical Studies Journey Worker Associate's Degree helped him transfer to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater where he received a waiver. The waiver allowed him to pursue the field of journalism bypassing general education requirements. In 2014, Burt uncovered information about the Wisconsin G.I. Bill as a Veterans Committee Chairperson. Burt joined the American Legion to investigate benefits further. After being elected to Service Officer in 2015, Burt began noticing college benefit opportunities in Wisconsin. In 2017, Burt left his job due to physical limitations from his military service-connected injuries. ​ The Wisconsin G.I. Bill became his life preserver. Burt returned to school to survive unemployability while waiting in appeal for VA benefit denial. Being a Service Officer taught him how to find resources to survive appeal. After interviewing Sgt. Gary Brynjulfson from "The Reflections of Vietnam" and reading Tim O'Brien's "The Things They Carried," Burt decided to develop a therapeutic writing style to help him cope with anxiety. Outpost 422 developed and journalism became his pursuit. ​ Burt works as an American Legion Service Officer who is surviving by going back to school and writing about his college experience. Burt's portfolio is his passion to pay forward to the next struggling veteran to offer avenues of hope to encourage veterans to try going back to school no matter where they are in life.

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