Rep. Ethan Carpenter said the legislation allows first year voices to be heard.
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The TAA protested the new segregated fee policy on Bascom Hill last month.
Hours before the election for Branch 1 of the Dane County Circuit Court, the campaign for Shorewood Hills Municipal Judge Marilyn Townsend addressed questions regarding the legitimacy of her legal background and her admittance to the state Bar of Wisconsin.
Washington University of St. Louis is suing the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, University of Wisconsin-Madison’s research wing, citing “shabby treatment” by WARF, according to a St. Louis Dispatch article.
Students and community members looking to start their own business can now take an online course from the Wisconsin School of Business to guide their way.The First Steps to Starting a Business course — offered free-of-charge through the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center — features four sections in which potential business owners will learn about topics ranging from key characteristics of successful entrepreneurs, ways to communicate business ideas to others and an assessment of financial readiness.
A bill named after a late UW-Madison professor intended to streamline research was not considered by the state Senate, even with massive bipartisan support.
Judges Rebecca Dallet and Michael Screnock faced off in their final debate leading up to the state Supreme Court election on April 3.
University Health Services has hired a Mandarin-speaking mental health counselor in an effort to better relate to and serve international students on the UW-Madison campus.Wei-Chiao Hsu — who was born in Taiwan and received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology at UW-Madison — provides counseling in Mandarin and English for students struggling with concerns related to international transition, relationship difficulties, academic and career issues, grief and loss and mental illness.
WARF is being sued by Washington University of St. Louis.
The city’s Plan Commision is scheduled to take up a demolition request at its meeting Monday for a vacant building at 126 Langdon Street.
While students were away on spring break, police responded to three separate downtown fights, one of which involved a local bar manager.
A group of UW-Madison students are participating in a nationwide project aimed at creating beautiful pieces of jewelry, using sustainable and ethical practices.The Radical Jewelry Makeover draws attention to the fact that jewelry is often sourced from sacred land and developing countries in ways that exploit both the land and the people living on it.
The UW-Madison Sea Grant Institute, which focuses on the preservation of the Great Lakes, announced Thursday a $2.8 million donation to fund research in the coming year.The institute awarded grants to 19 projects on eight different UW System campuses, as well as projects through the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Wisconsin Coastal Management Program, UW-Extension and the Wisconsin Historical Society.Almost 100 researchers, staff and students will be engaged in work funded by the institute, according to the program’s director of research Jennifer Hauxwell.
Wisconsin’s pets can now legally be treated for injuries by emergency personnel in rescue situations thanks to a new bill signed into law by Gov. Scott Walker.
After student protests ensued at UW-Stevens Point, the university announced last week that a counterproposal is being drafted to address a controversial plan which would eliminate 13 humanities majors while adding or expanding 16 STEM programs at the school.
A counterproposal is being drafted at UW-Stevens Point following backlash.
After initially challenging a circuit judge’s order to call new special elections, Gov. Scott Walker has complied with the similar ruling of a higher court, and issued an executive order to hold new elections.
For the second time in less than two weeks, thousands of Madison area-students, teachers and residents — joined by prominent Democratic elected officials — packed the steps of the state Capitol to protest gun violence and call for stricter laws regarding firearms as part of the international March For Our Lives.
For the second time in less than two weeks, Madison-area students led a major protest against gun violence in schools and across the country. Saturday's march was one of more than 800 "sister marches" held worldwide and included speeches by U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin and U.S. Representative Mark Pocan.
Republican leaders have announced plans to reconvene the Legislature to pass changes to state election laws after a judge ordered Gov. Scott Walker to hold special elections.