The three students were shocked after reading the second question of the Statistics 224 exam. Meza said he felt disrespected and considered walking out of the class.
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A man was arrested Wednesday morning after waving a seven-inch knife near State Street.Andrew Fischer, 36, was taken into custody for disorderly conduct while armed, resisting and obstructing and on a warrant, Madison Police Department Public Information Officer Joel DeSpain said in an incident report.A 22-year-old woman called MPD around 8:30 a.m.
A man reportedly fired a gun into the air multiple times outside of a State Street bar early Thursday morning.James Slattery, of Fitchburg, was taken into custody on tentative charges of endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon and carrying a handgun where alcohol may be served, Madison Police Department Lt.
Congressional leaders, including U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., focused on addressing the political, economic and cultural concerns facing Wisconsin amid a changing economy during a discussion at Memorial Union Thursday.The panel met to talk about issues ranging from declining union membership, stagnant wages and job loss to racial disparity and public school funding.The panel included U.S. Reps. Pocan, Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., Mark DeSaulnier, D-Calif., and Donald Norcross, D-N.J., as well as education, labor and policy professionals from around the country.
A body was found Thursday near the west shore of Lake Mendota shortly before 1 p.m., according to the Wisconsin State Journal.
The UW-Madison Libraries are in the midst of a makeover, and in light of proposed transformations, the university will hold two upcoming town halls dedicated to collecting campus input on the futures of the libraries.
Seats on the Board of Regents could be filled entirely by Gov. Scott Walker nominees if two appointees are confirmed following their public hearing held by legislators earlier this week.
With over 5,000 residents throughout Wisconsin having an unstable living arrangement every night, a committee in the Legislature considered a series of bills that address homelessness in a hearing Tuesday.The Assembly Committee on Public Benefit Reform discussed a package of Republican bills introduced last week that were initially criticized by Democrats as being a “cosmetic solution” that would not provide any real improvements for families currently living on the streets.
For this year’s Ag Day, Collegiate Farm Bureau partnered with The University Club, which provided free food from Wisconsin farms, including pork belly, chicken satay and of course, cheese.
A man was reportedly robbed at gunpoint Tuesday night outside of his Langdon Street residence.The robbery happened on the 10 block of Langdon Street around 10:48 p.m., Madison Police Department Lt.
A vote was halted by Madison alders Tuesday on whether the city will reimburse the Madison police chief for nearly $22,000 in legal fees racked up in a case filed against him after calling a family member of Tony Robinson—a teen fatally shot by an officer in 2015—a “raging lunatic.” Sharon Irwin, Robinson’s grandmother, and her friend Shadayra Kilfoy-Flores filed a complaint last year against Madison Police Department Chief Mike Koval for the name-calling incident, as well as for allegedly making a gesture toward his sidearm after a summer city council meeting.
Citing frustration over the current political atmosphere, members of Associated Students of Madison’s Sustainability Committee are making strides to combat climate change and draw attention to pressing environmental issues.
As a black queer transgender differently abled man, Banks, a poet and UW-Madison graduate, spoke on the importance of being proud of one’s identity, even when one appears or feels different from others, and advocating for those who face similar challenges.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order while visiting Wisconsin Tuesday to aid American workers by limiting the number of highly skilled foreign workers that technology companies can hire.Trump signed the directive at Snap-on Inc., a large tool manufacturer in Kenosha, Wis., where he gave a speech highlighting the importance of manufacturing.
The next time you get a notification that your food order arrived, a robot could be waiting at your door.
A Greek tragedy with a contemporary spin to it came to life earlier this month when Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, was whisked away from a State Street gyro shack by a downtown resident who had no recollection of the incident the next day.
What started as a capstone project for a class became two students’ mission to bring equality to South Madison residents.
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez spoke to a crowd of UW-Madison community members Monday to kick off Earth Week. He is the recipient of the 2015 Nickelodeon Halo Award, the 2015 Peace First Prize and served as a member of the 2013 President’s Youth Council. A high school student himself, he offered students ways to become involved in climate activism.
Signs may start appearing next to more bathrooms around campus as a template created by the LGBT Campus Center begins to circulate. The model form has been posted on the newly updated LGBTCC website since late February. It goes along with other content on a page that details restroom practices and lists single-stall restrooms around campus.
A man carrying a knife has been reported in the parking lot below Helen C. White Hall, according to a WiscAlert.