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.
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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.
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.
Hebrew graffiti containing Messianic language was found spray painted on Agricultural Hall Monday morning.A translation of the writing revealed the writing says, “Long live our Lord, our Master, and our Lord, King Messiah, forever and ever.”
Voting in the ASM special election closes at 5 p.m. on Tuesday.
A Facebook post allegedly showing members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity throwing objects into Lake Mendota sparked backlash Sunday night.The video, shared by junior Laurel Noack, showed someone throwing objects into Lake Mendota from the back lawn of the SAE Fraternity.
It is that time of year again.The Memorial Union Terrace will celebrate the warm weather Tuesday by returning its popular sunburst chairs to their lakeside home at 4:30 p.m., the Wisconsin Union announced Monday.The Union will begin Terrace season — an almost 90-year-old tradition — by inviting UW-Madison students and community members to line up at the North Park Street entrance to the Terrace at 3:30 p.m. Each person in line will pick up a chair to take onto the Terrace, kicking off the 2018 Terrace season.
Students from colleges and universities across the U.S. came together in Madison this weekend to discuss issues of public policy and their research surrounding these topics.“This is an open discussion about current times.
To most, the UW-Madison Arboretum and local beer production make an unlikely pair.For Levi Funk, they’re a match made in heaven.Funk, owner of Funk Factory Geuzeria, was taking a walk through the Arboretum’s Longenecker Horticultural Gardens last fall when he stumbled upon the garden’s osage oranges.
An ongoing case between the UW System and embattled UW-Oshkosh Foundation will go to a trial, despite the System’s request to resolve the issue after a federal judge’s April 12 ruling.
A trial between the UW-Oshkosh Foundation and UW System will take place.
A UW-Madison conservative student organization will bring political commentator Dennis Prager, a talk show host who has drawn controversy over remarks criticizing gay marriage and the AIDS crisis, to campus next week to discuss Judeo-Christian Morality.The event — hosted by Young Americans for Freedom — is scheduled highlight the foundational principles of Judeo-Christian morality including the Ten Commandments and how they have impacted the construction of Western culture.
In January 2019, a new face will be at the helm of the Morgridge Public Center for Public Service, the organization on campus charged with promoting civic engagement.
Earlise C. Ward will be taking over as director of the Morgridge Center in January.
How many times have you overheard a conversation that went like this:Student 1: I wrote five pages of my paper last night; I didn’t get home from the library until after midnight.Student 2, smugly smiling: Oh yeah?
UW-Madison graduate and pioneering civil rights leader Vel Phillips passed away Tuesday at age 94, the university announced Wednesday.Phillips was the first black woman to earn a degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School back in 1951. She would go on to break boundaries by being the first black woman to hold a variety of respected government positions in Wisconsin, like secretary of state.
Having trouble registering for classes? There is now an app to help with that.Course Search & Enroll, a new application found on Learn@UW, aims to make the course enrollment process simple and stress-free by allowing students to complete enrollment tasks like choosing classes, scheduling and enrolling all in one place.
UW-Madison selected “The Death of the Great Lakes” as the 2018-’19 Go Big Read, according to a UW-Madison press release.The book, written by two-time Pulitzer-Prize finalist and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Dan Egan, examines the dangers facing the Great Lakes, as well as the different ways they can be restored and preserved.
With “course descriptor” proposal, ASM moves closer to calling for a sustainability requirement on campus
Students hoping to work sustainability into their education at UW-Madison may see relevant classes flagged in the course guide for the fall 2019 semester, as the Associated Students of Madison moves closer to proposing a sustainability requirement for all students on campus.
No first-year liaison will sit on the upcoming 25th session of Student Council after the Associated Students of Madison rejected legislation that would allow for first-year representation on the body Tuesday night, despite passing on its initial vote.