Associated Students of Madison’s Diversity Committee hosted the second annual Diversity Day Tuesday, featuring workshops, performances and seminars by groups on campus to address topics related to diversity.
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Tension was evident in Union South’s Varsity Hall Monday during a public forum discussing the ramifications Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed UW System budget cuts could have on UW-Madison undergraduates.
More than 2,000 student activists rallied on Bascom Hill and marched down State Street on April 5, 1968 as a memorial for Martin Luther King, Jr., who was assassinated one day earlier.
The deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner in 2014 sparked an ongoing insurgence of race-related activism by young adults across the country, beginning in Ferguson, Mo., and eventually reaching UW-Madison’s campus.
Spring break is often seen as a time that college students go wild, converging on warm places like Florida and Mexico, doing what could be objectively considered the opposite of healthy and productive activities.
In February 2015, America finds itself in the midst of Black History Month, nationwide racial violence controversies and its first black presidency.
University community members met Wednesday in the Pyle Center for the annual Faculty of Color Reception to celebrate the hiring and promotion of professors of diverse backgrounds. This year, 40 faculty members were promoted and 26 were hired.
The state Joint Committee on Finance co-chairs accused UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank of prioritizing politics in the state budget debate, according to a Wednesday press release.
Rec Sports’ 2015-’16 budget presentation Monday raised questions about possible complications in the organization’s projected plans for updating and replacing recreational sporting facilities on the UW-Madison campus.
After noticing fewer women in the gaming industry than males, a researcher at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery’s Games + Learning + Society Center began conducting studies on this asymmetry, according to a Feb. 11 university news release.
Project Pengyou aims to build a diverse community of international and domestic students on campus.
When most students think of presidents and UW-Madison their thoughts drift to one of the more famous sites on campus: the stately statue of Abraham Lincoln perched atop Bascom Hill. This underscores the rich history of presidential visits to the city of Madison and the UW-Madison campus.
Then-Sen. John F. Kennedy visited UW-Madison’s campus in 1960 to tell students a new policy agenda
If you didn’t recognize him from “Saturday Night Live” fame, it'd be easy to mistake Pete Davidson as just another college kid: he took the Fredric March Play Circle stage Thursday night in a flannel shirt, worn-out tennis shoes and with posture that would make any mother cringe.
On a campus of 40,000 faces, it can be common to feel lost. Two UW-Madison students launched a conversation-based class to build community among the diverse student body.
Optimism filled the air Friday as Black Lives Matter activist Opal Tometi spoke about the movement and state of violence against black people.
Award-winning artistic director Bill T. Jones shared the importance of balance in the first lecture of Wisconsin Union Directorate’s Distinguished Lecture Series Thursday.
Do we have control over our actions? The Atheists, Humanists, & Agnostics attempted to answer this question when they welcomed Henry Reich, creator of YouTube channel MinutePhysics, for a lecture on the “Physics of Free Will” Thursday.
While discontent over Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed biennial budget has created a schism between the state and its public universities, UW System students are more united than ever in their response to the expected changes.