The UW System will look into reforming their hiring processes and reference checks in order to prevent prospective candidates with a history of sexual harassment from being considered during the hiring process.
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Last Friday, the staff of the magazine Our Lives, a Madison-based publication focusing on the city’s LGBTQ+ community, arrived at their office to discover a rock had been thrown through the glass door.Nothing had been stolen and there were no signs that anyone attempted to enter the office, which led the magazine’s publisher Patrick Farabaugh to suspect they had been subjected to targeted vandalism.“There’s no way you can say that this is random,” Farabaugh said.
One man sustained multiple gunshot wounds in what police are investigating as an attempted homicide occurring in an apartment above Whiskey Jack’s on State Street.
A community-university partnership will advance the search for innovative ideas to solve Dane County’s racial inequalities and income disparities.
The UW-Madison Police Department was involved in a pedestrian-vehicle collision on campus Thursday afternoon, according to a UWPD release.According to the release, the occupant of a vehicle stopped at a routine traffic stop and fled her vehicle around 2:30 p.m. Thursday. The suspect — a 15-year-old girl — ran across Park Street toward the Humanities Building when she was struck by a separate UWPD squad vehicle entering the building parking lot.
Planned Parenthood opened the doors at their new Sheboygan location Monday, where they plan to offer certain abortions, early pregnancy complication assessments and other preventative healthcare.
With over 7,000 students receiving master’s, bachelor’s or law degrees, the class of 2018 is one of the largest classes in UW-Madison history. Of those graduating, roughly 6,500 students met at Camp Randall to take part in UW-Madison’s 165th Spring Commencement.
As always, this semester was a busy one at UW-Madison. The Daily Cardinal's news team recaps 10 newsworthy moments that could have an effect on the future of the university, the city and the state.
Cutting humanities programs at UW-Superior and Stevens Point found opposition from students and faculty once again, this time with the help of Rep. Katrina Shankland, D-Stevens Point (above) and State Superintendent Tony Evers.
Nearly a month after a Reclaim the UW protest in a blizzard, once again UW-Stevens Point and Superior students and staff band together — this time in a rainstorm.
A 21-year-old man was knocked unconscious after being punched in the face outside of a State Street restaurant Tuesday evening.
UW-Madison Police Department arrested three suspects Tuesday in connection to the battery incident that occurred outside a UW-Madison residence hall last week.According to a university police report, a UW-Madison student was injured following a fight outside Sellery Hall last Friday. The fight stemmed from another confrontation earlier in the evening at a downtown bar.The victim in the battery suffered a broken wrist and a concussion as a result of the altercation, according to the report.
The number of students registered with the McBurney Office who suffer from mental illness has skyrocketed since 2008, when there were only about 15 cases, according to Mari Magler, the director of the McBurney Disability Resource Center. Last year, 4,672 students sought mental health services at University Health Services.
A battery reportedly involving a UW-Madison student outside a residence hall early Friday morning, according to a UW-Madison Crime Warning issued Saturday afternoon.The warning said the UW-Madison Police Department received the report Saturday and are actively investigating the incident.
Following the nominations to the Student Services Finance Committee, Rep. Sophia Alzaidi fought for one last chance in front of Student Council on Thursday. After much discussion between ASM representatives and Rep. Adam Fearing, the nomination recommendations remained the same, and Rep. Alzaidi did not have one of the five available seats.
The council will work to develop programing that confronts the campus history UW-Madison scholars have called a “pervasive culture of racial and religious bigotry.” Its plans include creating spaces to delve into racial campus history, as well as examining current social justice issues.
ASM Chair Billy Welsh, former ASM Vice Chair, and newly-elected ASM Vice Chair Yogev Ben-Yitschak, former ASM Outreach Director, will lead the 25th session.
The Madison Police Department is looking for a suspect involved in a sexual assault and battery incident that occurred on the 600 block of University Avenue Saturday evening.The suspect allegedly aggressively grabbed the behind of a 20-year-old Madison woman prompting a 26-year-old Chicago man to approach the suspect about his action.
The police had few details — a car pulled into where the crime was occurring and the attacker fled. Immediately, investigators began a meticulous process of sifting through the city’s many public surveillance cameras to try and identify a person of interest.
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.