By Jeff Simpson
Robin Vos and his campaign Co-Chair John Nygren held a press conference yesterday telling us of the extreme agenda they planned on ramming through WI. One thing stood out:
Rep. John Nygren, a Marinette Republican, said during a news conference with Assembly Speaker Robin Vos that the request is a tough sell. He said he doesn't think the system should ask the Legislature to backfill a legislatively imposed tuition freeze
Vos, a Rochester Republican, said the system needs to ensure that instructors teach students and focus research efforts on how to grow the economy, not on, as he put it, "ancient mating habits of whatever."
garsh darn right Robin, who needs that edumactian anywaysemphasis mine)?
He began researching cancer and developing his vaccine during a summer internship at the Rush University Medical Center after his junior year of high school.
The Chicago native said his love for science sparked in fifth grade when his class began using microscopes. Since then, he jumped at every science-related opportunity he could.
“My whole principle is that you don’t build a whole wall in one day, you do it one brick at a time,” he said. “If I don’t cure cancer, as long as I inspire somebody and set up a stepping stone I’m satisfied with that.”
Stonewall, who majors in microbiology, said UW-Madison has fostered his scientific abilities due to the large emphasis it puts on research.