Under a proposed change, graduate workers will be required to pay segregated fees before receiving any paychecks from the university. If a graduate worker cannot pay, an installment plan is offered for an extra charge.
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A man was arrested on Capitol Square late Friday evening for threatening a 45-year-old woman with a box cutter.
Chancellor Richard Wells and Vice Chancellor Tom Sonnleitner are charged with five counts of misconduct at the result of abusing their authority as parties to a crime. For each charge, the maximum penalty in three-and-a-half years.
The number of formally reported cases fluctuates from year to year. It rose from 107 to 177 from 2010-’11 to 2013-’14, only to drop back to 126 by 2015-’16. In 2016-’17, it was back to 152, according to the Academic Integrity Annual Report.
Every year, a panel of 15 students allocates $51 million dollars to services around campus. Of that $51 million, more than $1.3 million is given to student organizations that are a part of the General Student Services Fund.This year, the Student Services Finance Committee, which allocates those funds, was criticized for not being accessible to all students.
When Genevieve Pfister and Samuel Fritz, who are both graduating this spring, became friends in their electrical engineering class last year, they were unsure where they would end up after graduation.
UW-Madison students and community members gathered Wednesday in Sterling Hall to listen to conservative political commentator Dennis Prager speak on Judeo-Christian morality.During the event hosted by the Young Americans for Freedom, Prager discussed topics ranging from racism to “gender dysphoria.” Prager’s main concern in his “commencement address you won't hear from your school” was the question of how to make good people.
While the necessity of a college degree continues to rise, student debt is becoming an increasingly crippling burden for millions across the country.
Over 300 sexual assaults were reported to UW-Madison in 2017, according to data released Wednesday, and while the number was on par with last year, reports increased by just over 100 cases since 2015.University officials pointed to an increase in knowledge about the reporting process, not actual sexual assaults as the reason for last year’s jump.
A group of UW-Madison students and alumni are responding to the university’s Ku Klux Klan study group decision by filing a hate and bias report.Adan Raed Abu-Hakmeh, a UW-Madison senior, announced on Facebook Tuesday her plans to file a hate and bias report against the university for its “inadequacy in renouncing the memorialization of the KKK on campus.”
After the state limited storm runoff regulation, some experts fear legislators created more problems than they solved.
As the 2018 election cycle heats up, millions of dollars have flooded into contested races around the country, several of which are in Wisconsin, as top donors seek to give a financial leg up to candidates of their choosing.
After the UW System received $4 million Friday, all 26 campuses will use that funding to support health care education delivery with beefed-up broadband internet and telecommunications services.
The UW System's $4 million in broadband funding comes after pushs to expand rural access.
The majority of first-year students living in residence halls in the upcoming semester are selecting high-tiered options in the new meal plan program unveiled by University Dining, according to documents obtained by The Daily Cardinal.A document distributed at a meeting between a dining shared governance group and University Dining officials revealed that 73.66 percent of the 4,511 students who have signed their housing contracts for the fall chose to deposit a minimum of $2,100 onto their WisCard exclusively for on-campus dining.
Former UW-Madison students who dropped out and believe in second chances may very well have another opportunity to attain their degree through a new program called Badger Ready.
As the public debate over the impact of undocumented immigration rages on, a new study from a UW-Madison professor shows a negative relationship between the contentious phenomenon and violent crime.
By Youth for Youth, an organization that funds programs focused on limiting racial inequality and violence and abuse, as well as increasing LGBTQ+ awareness, awarded over $30,000 to more than 20 youth programs in the community, at Madison’s United Way on Monday.
In an effort to meet the City of Madison’s zero waste goal, city officials are considering switching all municipal vehicles to renewable energy.Replacing Madison’s municipal vehicles with a fleet run entirely on renewable energy would be the most cost effective way to reduce the city’s carbon footprint, according to a study presented by the Sustainable Madison Committee Monday.
Finals are stressful enough on their own, but for incoming and returning Associated Students of Madison representatives, it’s even more hectic — the new session of Student Council takes over during the last week of classes.