Bronson Koenig might be the best 3-point shooter in the Big Ten, but on Tuesday night in Madison it was a layup that was his prettiest play.The senior guard took a few crossover dribbles at the top of the key and glanced up at the shot clock, which showed six seconds.
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Gov. Scott Walker will reveal his heavily anticipated biennial budget Wednesday, Feb. 8, he announced in a formal letter to his colleagues.
Don’t let No. 15 Wisconsin’s (5-1 Big Ten, 16-3 overall) record fool you; the Badgers have yet to play a complete 40-minute game this season.
After the first weekend of Donald Trump’s presidency, UW-Madison College Democrats and Republicans both said they have reasons to feel optimistic.
Gov. Scott Walker announced a welfare reform initiative Monday that aims to increase investment in skills training for the unemployed while also requiring “able-bodied” people receiving government assistance to work at least 80 hours per month.The plan, titled “Wisconsin Works for Everyone,” is part of Walker’s upcoming budget proposal, and builds on welfare reform initiatives originally signed into law by former Gov.
There will be a severe shortage of family planning services for Medicaid participants in Wisconsin if Planned Parenthood health centers are cut off from the state’s Medicaid program, a recent report shows.The study found that “without Planned Parenthood health center’s participation in the state’s Medicaid program, low income women, particularly low income women of color, will face significant barriers to accessing family planning services and other reproductive health care.”One of those barriers is the lack, or absence of, an alternative family planning service.
The Women’s March on Madison is one of hundreds of satellite protests taking place across the nation and internationally this weekend to stand in solidarity with a major march taking place in Washington, D.C., and up to 100,000 were estimated by the Madison Police Department to attend the march on State Street.
Streets around the Madison Capitol and intersecting with State Street may be closed by Madison police Saturday for an organized march where a large crowd is expected, according to city officials.The parade, Women’s March on Madison, is scheduled to march down State Street from noon until 3 p.m.
U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., said financial aid is a bigger issue than the cost of tuition and encouraged Wisconsin residents to participate in grassroots movements during an intimate news conference Thursday.The congressman was hesitant to support Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed in-state tuition cut for all UW System undergraduates, stating that if Walker doesn’t cover the costs of lost revenue the system will no longer be a renowned institution.
After falling to 0-4 in Big Ten play over winter break, the Badgers had a chance to salvage their sinking ship of a Big Ten record against a weak program.
Wisconsin legislators and public school supporters remain wary following controversial Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos’s confirmation hearing in Washington, D.C., Tuesday.President-elect Donald Trump’s appointment of billionaire DeVos to the position has been hotly contested both in Washington and throughout the nation.Criticism stems from DeVos’s lack of experience in public education and that neither she nor her children have attended a public school.DeVos’s advocacy for school choice in the form of taxpayer-funded voucher schools and charter schools has also raised concern.
As the conversation of college affordability takes a national spotlight, U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, D-La Crosse, introduced bipartisan amendments to a national law Tuesday that are designed to help Wisconsin families weather the cost of higher education.
Most school spending consists of employee salaries and benefits, and Wisconsin school districts have reduced both, according to the report.
Gov. Scott Walker plans to cut in-state undergraduate tuition, which many view as a move that could help ease the burden of college costs and propel Wisconsin students to a dream of receiving a higher education.The state hasn’t seen a tuition reduction since 1982.Although Walker didn’t elaborate on the details of the proposed tuition reduction when he announced it during his State of the State address last week, he did explain that the cut would extend to all of the 26 UW System schools.The tuition cut does not apply to out-of-state students or graduate students.
Following their first loss in the Big Ten at the hands of No. 17 Purdue, the No. 18 Wisconsin Badgers (2-1 Big Ten, 13-3 overall) return home to Madison to welcome a struggling Ohio State (0-3, 10-6) team that has yet to win a top-level matchup this season.The Buckeyes got off to a relatively strong start to the year, coasting through their first five games into a date with then No. 6 Virginia.
Gov. Scott Walker announced Tuesday in his seventh State of the State address that he will seek to cut in-state tuition at all UW System schools.
Sen. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, said the program signals that UW-Madison “declared a war on men” and the university thinks Wisconsin parents have done a “poor job of raising their sons by instilling in them values necessary to become a man.”
UW-Madison’s spring course guide has been available for more than two months, but some legislators recently raised concerns about next semester’s offerings, particularly about an African languages and literature class called “The Problem of Whiteness.”The class itself has now gained national attention, thanks to people like state Rep.
In closing out the fall semester, The Daily Cardinal looks back at the most newsworthy moments.
Wisconsin legislators have come out strongly against a UW-Madison class called “The Problem of Whiteness,” suggesting it may impact the university’s upcoming budget if administrators don’t take action.