Leaders at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have decided they won’t remove the names of well-known student leaders who were connected to the Ku Klux Klan more than 90 years ago. Instead, they will spend one-million dollars to create a museum-quality display project honoring groups subjected to prejudice on the campus. Chancellor Rebecca Blank had commissioned a study last fall to decide how the university was going to respond to its history of intolerance decades in the past. A study group considered renaming spaces which honored people like Porter Butts, the first director of the Wisconsin Union. It was decided the display was a better approach.