A bag of crack cocaine was discovered at a grocery store near the downtown area over the weekend, the Madison Police Department said Monday.Officers were called to Copps grocery store on South Park Street around 1:54 p.m. Saturday, MPD Public Information Officer Joel DeSpain said in an incident report.
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The Wisconsin Idea Fellowship awards roughly seven fellowships annually and aids students in implementing service projects that will impact the campus and beyond. The program, which is open to students who hold sophomore to senior standing, offers logistical assistance as well as up to $7,000 in funding. It connects participants with a community partner and a UW-Madison faculty or academic staff advisor to address social problems that have been identified locally, nationally and globally, according to Wisconsin Idea Fellowship Graduate Assistant Garrett Grainger.
A full transcript of The Daily Cardinal's interview with UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank.
The recent year’s political and social climate has thrust the topic of identity into the spotlight across campus and throughout the country.
The Wisconsin Idea is widely considered to be a testament to the importance of public service. Its spirit is widely cited in bettering the lives of Wisconsinites in areas as diverse as the formulation of labor law to best practices in milking dairy cows.But the university’s reach is not just civic—it is financial as well.
The Daily Cardinal sat down with Chancellor Rebecca Blank, here are the highlights:
Years after graduating from UW-Madison, some of the university’s core philosophies have stuck closely with entrepreneurs still in the city—in some cases, even having served as a launchpad for their careers.EatStreet co-founder and CEO Matt Howard said that UW-Madison had a significant role in the successful launch of his company, which now employs over 1,000 people and has locations across the country.
If the guiding principle of the Wisconsin Idea is indeed to bring knowledge beyond the state’s campuses, UW-Madison’s partnership with Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan may be the most extreme manifestation of that goal.
An unprecedented storm of protests resisting the Trump Administration have shocked state capitals across the country following the November presidential election—but for some in Madison, a long history of political and social movements tying back to the university have made the new wave of activism nothing but expected.
If John Bascom strolled through his namesake today, he would be pleased to find a university whose state focus turned global, and whose Wisconsin Idea became a worldwide one.
A car possibly driven by a drunk driver barreled into pedestrians on Park Street Saturday night, killing a UW-Madison graduate student and injuring two other people.
Unlike this year’s Badgers men’s basketball team, the search for a new admissions director at UW-Madison has reached a final four.Four finalists, three from outside the university, are being considered for the position of director of undergraduate admissions and recruitment, according to a Thursday release.The outside candidates are Jeffrey Fuller, director of student recruitment at the University of Houston; Daniel Hamrin, director of admissions operations at the University of Oklahoma; and Timothy Lee, director of undergraduate admissions, SUNY-Albany.
Blaring fire alarms in Lucky Apartments sent hundreds of residents and individuals that occupied the Student Activity Center onto the sidewalks Thursday.A stovetop fire that started in a sixth floor apartment caused the alarm, according to a Lucky Apartments employee.
Democratic state legislators held a public listening event on campus Thursday to air their concerns over Gov.
While home on congressional recess, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., held a town hall Thursday in Dejope Hall to answer questions from students and community members alike.
Campaigns for free menstrual products, lobbying for UW System funding, planning It’s On Us events—all these efforts are rooted in grassroots work. Over the years the Associated Students of Madison has operated on ground level, attempting to organize student in a bottom-up process to invoke change on campus.
A man found in his downtown apartment Wednesday night reported someone had put a gun to his head, according to Madison police.Officers were called to the 10 block of East Gorham Street around 8:40 p.m., Madison Police Department officer Kimberly Alan said in an incident report.
As the Mifflin Street Block Party quickly approaches at the end of April, a proposal that would temporarily ban carrying glass containers on streets in the area is making its way through Madison’s legislative body.
The shared economy, which brings people together through apps such as Airbnb and Uber, has streamlined travel significantly. But cities across the country like Madison have gotten the short end of the stick.
Before the 23rd session of the Associated Student of Madison draws to a close this month, representatives seek to change bylaws by adding a subcommittee on financial transparency and ethics.