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Kelly Ward

Writer & Digital Communicator

Location icon United States

Experienced communicator and analyst with 4+ years of professional writing experience in finance, sports and politics. Currently freelancing as a graphic designer & social media content producer.

For examples of finance related work, please inquire via email at [email protected]

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The Daily Cardinal
Level up: Athletes leap to top-tier schools from Division III dominance - The Daily Cardinal

When McKena Ramos was recruited to run track at the UW-Oshkosh four years ago, his coaches never expected that he would become a five-time All-American and two-time national champion in just one season. "When we were recruiting him, I didn't think he would be able to come in and win a national championship as a freshman," UW-Oshkosh track and cross-country coach Eamon McKenna said.

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Pride of Houston - The Daily Cardinal

In March 2012, Cannon Clifton and Brett Pinfold, competing on different teams and living on opposite sides of Houston, Texas, were at Texas A&M lining up a couple lanes away from each other to race in the finals of the 100-yard butterfly at a sectional meet.

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Borgmann, Badgers dispatch Hawkeyes on Senior Day - The Daily Cardinal

Wisconsin (3-2-2 Big Ten, 6-4-5 overall) showed their defensive dominance Sunday afternoon when they beat Iowa (1-6-0, 7-8-0) by a score of 1-0 on Senior Day at the McClimon Soccer Complex. It was all Badgers from the moment the game began, with junior goaltender Caitlyn Clem often hanging around near midfield, rather than in the six-yard box, because the game was contained to the Hawkeyes' zone.

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Panel: Students should take action against mass incarceration - The Daily Cardinal

Two UW-Madison Law School student organizations encouraged attendees to take action against mass incarceration at a panel Thursday. The National Lawyers Guild and the Black Law Student Association chose the theme of mass incarceration for their "Take Action" panel because it is a permanent issue in the state of Wisconsin and permeates many different types of law, according to a BLSA representative.

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Local chefs, produce displayed at Farm to Flavor - The Daily Cardinal

The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences hosted their third annual local produce showcase dinner called "Farm to Flavor" Thursday evening. Supported by Slow Food UW and the Friends of Allen Centennial Garden, CALS brought in four Madison chefs―Eric Benedict of Cafe Hollander, Dan Bonanno of Pig in a Fur Coat, Jonny Hunter of the Underground Food Collective and Tory Miller of Graze, L'Etoile, Sujeo and Estrellón.

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