Expulsion and suspension will be handed down to students who disrupt speakers on campus, after the Board of Regents voted in favor of their policy resolution Friday.
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The Board of Regents passed a free speech policy resolution Friday that gives strict punishment to students who disrupt a controversial campus speaker.
The Wisconsin Association of Black Men is suing the Student Services Finances Committee.
The university is committed to helping students — particularly the largest UW-Madison freshman class in history — afford college through scholarships, Chancellor Rebecca Blank said in her blog post Wednesday.
The next UW-Madison chancellor could come from the private sector, after the Board of Regents approved sweeping hiring policy changes requiring the UW System to also recruit potential hires from non-academic fields.
The Board of Regents’ proposed free speech draft policy would harm students’ ability to express dissenting opinions on campus, state and campus leaders argued Thursday.
UW-Madison employees struggling with choosing a benefits plan can now seek help — from ALEX.
UW-Madison will host a panel of three experts to discuss its 2017-’18 Go Big Read book, J.D. Vance’s “Hillbilly Elegy.”
The Board of Regents will now have significant power over the chancellor search and selection process.
In her blog post, Chancellor Rebecca Blank highlighted the university's scholarships.
Rep. Chris Taylor and Legislative Affairs Chair Kat Kerwin spoke out against the Board of Regents' draft policy.
Steve Miller, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and a former UW-Madison student, is coming back to campus — for a good cause.
First-year students on campus are more likely to be low-risk, rather than high-risk, drinkers, according to a new report from University Health Services.
Reported hate crimes on UW-Madison’s campus dramatically increased in 2016 — and anti-Semitic vandalism was the most prominent issue.
A $15.6 million grant from the National Science Foundation was recently awarded to a flagship UW-Madison interdisciplinary research center focused on material science.
Creating widespread awareness on campus is vital for UW-Madison’s 40,000 students involved in policy issues, Associated Students of Madison members said on Tuesday’s episode of “The State of the University.”
The Associated Students of Madison took up several pieces of legislation Tuesday and while the body passed all of them, it was not without debate.
ASM passes building bill of rights, despite some Council members’ view of legislation as “pipe dream”
Equity and Inclusion Chair Alex Hader worked on the Building Bill of Rights legislation along with Shared Governance Campaign Director Jacqueline Beaulieu.
The University of Wisconsin Police Department announced Tuesday the death of their eldest active K9 officer, Odin, who was put down at the age of nine.
As the nation reels from a mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed 57 people, campus leaders weighed in, encouraging the campus community to come together in the wake of the violence.