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University Health Services has extended the deadline for students to receive free flu vaccinations after a “particularly bad” strain of flu appeared on campus.
After three robberies last night, Madison investigators were already busy tracking down suspects.
Those in Madison hoping to make an impact on food access will have an opportunity to finance their projects after the city’s food policy council announced its fourth cycle of SEED Grants Monday and reopened the application for 2018.
UW-Madison faculty and staff members can now reference a website when faced with hostile and intimidating behavior in the classroom.
Democratic lawmakers hope to recreate net neutrality in Wisconsin through a package of internet regulation bills.
Though a longtime opponent of Obamacare, Gov. Scott Walker is pushing a plan to prop up the program’s state marketplace following the removal of a key funding mechanism under the recently approved GOP tax plan.
Of 192 students that died from 1998 to 2017 while enrolled at UW-Madison, one-third did not have causes of death recorded in data collected by University Health Services. Now, UHS staff is in the process of obtaining formal documents to reveal these missing causes. Adequate data will allow them to identify trends and determine if actions can be taken to prevent numbers of certain causes from rising.
UW-Madison’s new meal plan for the 2018-’19 academic year sparked backlash throughout campus.
When Mayor Paul Soglin entered the race for governor, it was a hardly a surprise after months of hinting at the prospect of running.
On New Year’s Eve, a man was found dead in a State Street parking structure. Two days earlier, a man was found distressed outside of a business on Olin Ave.
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.
Lawmakers want to revive a program to hire students to clean up and care for the state’s natural resources, while helping them manage tuition and debt.
UW-Madison employees could get an across-the-board four percent pay increase, including those making less than $15 an hour.
As heat waves and cold fronts alike bombard the region, Midwest average temperatures are far below normal for the season.
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.
The Beacon works in collaboration with numerous other local organizations to provide Madison’s homeless with clothes, food and supplies.
Alec Cook’s notebook, retrieved during a search of his apartment, will not be able to be used for his upcoming trial after two Dane County circuit judges granted a motion set forth by Cook’s attorneys.Cook was arrested in October 2016 on 21 counts including 12 counts of sexual assault, six of which include force and two counts of strangulation and suffocation.
After failing to reach an agreement on a spending plan, the Senate has triggered a closure of the federal government.
Democrat Patty Schachtner defeated Republican Adam Jarchow in a special election upset, denting the Republican majority heading into the 2018 midterms.