The campus community explained their concerns about Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget cuts to the UW System at a forum Thursday at Van Vleck Hall.
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After a 10-month-long investigation, the UW-Madison Police Department is seeking charges against two men for stealing hundreds of bicycles around the Madison area, Chief Susan Riseling said at a news conference Tuesday.
In Tuesday’s installment of the spring Black Lives Matter Speaker Series, black feminist scholar Brittney Cooper challenged the idea of respectability in a talk to UW-Madison students and community members.
Friday’s officer-involved shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson brought out community members of all ages, who converged in a protest Monday to address officials from university, state and city levels.
A filled-to-the-brim Shannon Hall in Memorial Union bustled with UW-Madison students and community members waiting to see the blogger, columnist and accidental entrepreneur who journalism professor Michael Wagner described as “nerd-chic.”
At a gathering hosted by the Multicultural Student Center Saturday, more than 50 UW-Madison community members sat in a circle with bowed heads, sharing a moment of silence for Tony Robinson.
Doctoral candidates Amy DeJong (left) and Maya Warren (right) trained with full backpacks for the 25th season of "Amazing Race" last year.
Life became a whole lot sweeter for UW-Madison food science doctorate candidates Amy DeJong and Maya Warren when they crossed the finish line to win the 25th season of CBS’s reality television show "The Amazing Race."
Following the death of a 19-year-old black man named Anthony "Tony" Robinson, hundreds of demonstrators marched along East Washington Avenue, from Madison Police Department headquarters to the scene of the shooting on the 1100 block of Williamson Street.
Simon Balto provides glimpse of history, stresses change still to be made during Black Lives Matter talk
The last year’s outrage over police brutality and racism that has led to the national Black Lives Matter Movement is not a recent development, but part of a long history of inequality in the justice system, according to Madison musician and historian Simon Balto.
UW Police Department engaged in a 20-minute high-speed chase Thursday at 2:20 a.m., resulting in the arrest of a Madison man, according to a UWPD press release.
Camille Guérin-Gonzales died Feb. 24, leaving a legacy of positive changes to UW-Madison's Chican@ and Latin@ Studies program.
UW-Madison director of financial aid said Wednesday need-based aid could be in trouble if the biennial budget passes.
The U.S. Department of Education added UW-Madison to a list of more than 100 schools under investigation for potential Title IX violations regarding the handling of sexual assault on campus, according to a Wednesday Washington Post article.
A panel of experts highlighted issues concerning campus rape and questioned UW System’s handling of sexual violence cases Monday.
Camille Guérin-Gonzales, a former UW-Madison professor who focused her teaching and research on Chicano and Latino history and social movements, passed away at age 70 Feb. 24 after more than a year-long battle with cancer.
UW-Madison will celebrate Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s Research Day at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery Thursday, beginning with a keynote address at 2 p.m, according to a UW-Madison press release.
A panel examined Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget Monday, looking at the possible effects becoming a public authority would have on UW-Madison and the UW System as a whole.
A UW-Madison student was sexually assaulted by an acquaintance in a Southeast residence hall early Sunday morning, according to a UW-Madison Police Department incident report.
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