If the Perkins Loan, a federal institutional loan program, expires nation-wide Sunday, the nearly 4,000 UW-Madison students who used that funding will have to find it elsewhere.
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If you’re wondering why there was a giant inflatable earth on the Gordon lawn, here’s your answer: Sustain-A-Bash.
A conservative group on campus will host a controversial speaker to give a talk on the Second Amendment in October, and student activists are already planning to protest the event.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank said administration will highlight sustainability efforts more this academic year in her blog post Wednesday.
If the Perkins Loan program expires nation-wide, many UW-Madison students will lose that source of financial aid.
Gordon’s Flamingo Run began accepting food stamps this Monday — and they’ve already had their first transaction.
Last April, UW-Madison’s student government and administrators partnered to conduct a pilot program that would evaluate the cost and feasibility of permanently providing free menstrual products in campus restrooms.
In a rare occurrence, the Associated Students of Madison will dip into their reserve fund — a pool of leftover money that gets used for one-time expenses — to pay for a new grant website and an additional lawyer after the reserve board approved both requests earlier this week.
Students gathered in the crowded Multicultural Student Center Wednesday night for the Latinx Fuerte Fundraiser to show their support for communities affected by Hurricane Maria and the recent earthquake that struck Mexico last Tuesday.
Jordan Gaal, Chair of SSFC, is also on the reserve board which approved two requests this week.
UW-Madison’s Physical Sciences Laboratory, located more than 10 miles off campus and surrounded by cornfields, is a world-renowned engineering facility that’s been turning out state-of-the-art projects for half a century.
The Associated Students of Madison and UW-Madison administration shared hors d'oeuvres and conversation Tuesday at Networking Night, a new event that Chair Katrina Morrison hoped would “repair relationships from last year.”
Administrators and ASM members chatted at Networking Night, an event meant to "repair relationships."
Ed Yong, a staff writer for The Atlantic, will visit campus next week to deliver a free public talk emphasizing the importance of effective storytelling in the field of communication science, according to a university news release.
The Physical Sciences Laboratory, now 50 years old, has handled more than 6,000 research projects.
Dr. Mark Schroeder, a UW-Madison anesthesiologist for UW Health, has permanently surrendered his license to practice medicine and surgery in Wisconsin following an investigation into complaints about his behavior with patients and coworkers.
Illegal downloading by UW-Madison students has continued to decline for the seventh straight semester, according to a news release by Division of Information Technology officials.
The Wisconsin Black Student Union highlighted aspects of their core programming during their presentation to the Student Services Finance Committee, where the organization advocated for reconfirmed eligibility for the General Student Services Fund.
During their hearing, members of the Wisconsin Black Student Union made their case to SSFC to receive reconfirmed eligibility for the GSSF.