Andy Goldstein | 06/18/2018 1:10pm
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the lawsuit that sought to prove that partisan redistricting had disenfranchised voters, instead forcing the plaintiffs to prove their case first to a lower court before ...
Andy Goldstein | 06/13/2018 2:36pm
After courts ordered Gov. Scott Walker to call two new special elections, Democrats were able to pick up a surprising victory in the state Senate, while losing an opportunity to bolster their minority ...
Jenna Walters | 06/12/2018 4:34pm
The UW-Madison Police Department is now aware of three burglaries that took place at University Hospital last week.
Gianina Dinon | 06/12/2018 12:00pm
As UW-Madison aims to increase diversity on campus, former Badgers are working to commemorate minority students pursuing higher education across the country.
Jon Brockman | 06/12/2018 11:00am
For many LGBT individuals, the month of June means more than just another summer month. June is Pride Month, a month-long celebration of the LGBT community and its impact locally and globally.
With UWSP liberal arts programs’ future uncertain, students and administrators continue to fight back against UW System cuts
Robyn Cawley | 06/12/2018 10:00am
With a decision less than two months away, UW-Stevens Point students and UW System administrators refuse to let the budget cuts mean the end to a liberal arts education.
Brandon Arbuckle | 06/12/2018 8:00am
The city of Madison is home to many successful video game studios. Raven Software has helped develop entries in the “Call of Duty” series, while PerBlue signed a deal with Disney to make mobile games ...
Sydney Widell | 06/12/2018 8:00am
Today, the researchers behind an upcoming public history project that will aim to confront legacies of exclusion and injustice at UW-Madison say addressing campus’s present inequalities must be the ...
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