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An 18-year-old man was arrested by UW-Madison police late Wednesday morning after he allegedly snuck into a UW-Madison residence hall, entered the women’s restroom and took pictures of a female resident inside.
Madison Police Department officers arrested Thomas G. Giles shortly after he allegedly attacked a woman and man on University Avenue.
The state’s budget-writing committee unanimously voted Monday to approve a proposal that would give UW-Madison $60 million to repair and maintain buildings on campus.The bipartisan 16-0 vote by the Joint Finance Committee grants $1 billion for building projects throughout the state, $60 million of that portion going toward the UW System.
UW-Madison’s Badgerloop, a student organization made up of mostly undergraduate engineering students who aim to determine if hyperloop—a proposed form of transportation—could become a reality, placed high and won an innovation award Sunday at the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition II in Hawthorne, Calif.
Following her joint statement on the violence in Charlottesville, Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced Monday the formation of a task force to research the history of UW-Madison student organizations previously affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced Monday the formation of a task force to research the history of UW-Madison student organizations previously affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan.
With the start of the fall semester quickly approaching, numerous campus-area streets will close to accommodate the more than 7,500 UW-Madison students moving into university residence halls on Saturday, Aug. 26, Tuesday, Aug. 29 and Wednesday, Aug. 30.
The embattled UW-Oshkosh Foundation, whose top officials were sued by the UW System in January for mishandling funds and making illegal financial guarantees, will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Mayors and local leaders across the U.S. have responded to the violence in Charlottesville by ordering the removal of publicly-owned Confederate monuments, and Soglin said he agreed with those “around the country also speaking out and taking action.”
Chancellor Rebecca Blank called anti-Semitic ideology "cowardly" in a joint letter issued by UW-Madison leadership Wednesday night.
After a Charlottesville protest against neo-Nazi groups escalated to violence last weekend, UW-Madison leadership issued a joint statement Wednesday evening denouncing white supremacist ideology.
The parents of the 19-year-old UW-Madison student who died in Rome last year filed a federal civil lawsuit Monday against the university where their son planned to take classes, claiming the university was negligent and failed to provide adequate safety warnings to its new students.
Emails received by UW-Madison students from HonorSociety.org invite them to join “the preeminent organization dedicated to recognition of student success." UW-Madison faculty and administrators, as well as executive staff from other honor societies, advise students against registering for the for-profit group and question the legitimacy behind the honor that comes with being member.
Starting in July, all UW-Madison employees will be required to take an online sexual violence prevention education course as part of the university’s efforts to crack down on sexual assault and harassment on campus.
As student dining hall employees across campus return to their food stations this fall, they will go back to work with an added perk—a 30 percent discount on food and beverages.
Repealing and replacing the federal healthcare program Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, is the marquee political issue this summer. One of Wisconsin’s U.S. senators, Ron Johnson, became a key player in the repeal process, which has stalled for now in the Senate.
The proposed dining plan will discourage students from living in UW housing.
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson was one of five senators to push for a further repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
Since the announcement Wednesday that Foxconn Technology Group, a Taiwanese electronics manufacturer, will invest $10 billion to build a plant in southeastern Wisconsin, some have expressed concerns over the high price tag and the company’s track record on following through with agreements.