A local nonprofit clinic that provides uninsured women with free gynecological care has seen a significant increase in the number of patient referrals since it opened in 2014 — and student organizations at UW-Madison are helping them fund the effort.
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UW-Madison announced changes to the academic calendar in April, the first adjustments made to the schedule in decades.
A winner of America’s Next Top Model and Dancing with the Stars is coming to campus — but he isn’t here for show.
University Health Services has extended the deadline for students to receive free flu vaccinations after a “particularly bad” strain of flu appeared on campus.
UW-Madison faculty and staff members can now reference a website when faced with hostile and intimidating behavior in the classroom.
UW-Madison’s new meal plan for the 2018-’19 academic year sparked backlash throughout campus.
A group of house fellows will be moving to new rooms this coming fall to free up space for students who would otherwise live in temporary spaces.
UW-Madison employees could get an across-the-board four percent pay increase, including those making less than $15 an hour.
UW-Madison professor Chad Goldberg, president of United Faculty and Academic Staff, said he supported the increase, but that it shouldn't come at the cost of employee benefits.
A 27-year-old man was arrested by UW-Madison police Thursday after he allegedly snuck into a university residence hall, entered the women’s restroom and took pictures of a female inside last week.
Anne Massey, dean of UW-Madison’s Wisconsin School of Business — who proposed the plan to suspend admissions to the full-time Master of Business Administration Program degree for one year — is stepping down and will instead teach in the spring.
After over two weeks of pushback from student organizations and shared governance groups, changes will be made to the controversial meal plan that will require new dorm residents to deposit a minimum of $1,400 onto their WisCard for dining, university officials said Friday.
After President Donald Trump repealed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy in September, university leaders across the country are pushing for Dreamers to regain the protections they once had under the Obama-era legislation.
Nearly a month after university officials discussed the implementation of additional resources that ensure students get home safe late at night, a new pilot transportation program has been initiated to get students home during finals week.
UW-Madison’s Center for Religion and Global Citizenry voiced their disapproval of the university’s new dining policy Tuesday, becoming the latest organization on campus to denounce the plan.
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UW System schools now know the 16 metrics they will be graded on as the state looks to dish out $26.25 million in new state funding after a Board of Regents meeting Thursday.
Progress for whom?: Students grow impatient with stagnant diversity enrollment despite university’s largest class yet
The most recent freshman class at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was the largest in the school’s history. But a record number of underrepresented students decided to go elsewhere.
UW System Regent Margaret Farrow announced this afternoon she will be retiring early from her position on the Board of Regents.
With reported hate crimes on UW-Madison’s campus increasing from two in 2015 to twenty in 2016, reports of hate and bias on campus have resulted in surprisingly few sanctions.