I read the recent opinion piece in the Daily Cardinal “The hard truth about red meat” (Samantha Wilcox, November 10), and was compelled to add a pertinent facet to the discussion.
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A team of researchers from UW-Madison, working alongside scientists from the Universidad de Sucre in Colombia, published a study Tuesday detailing the spread of Zika virus in Colombia.
This March, UW-Madison Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Darrell Bazzell will be leaving the university after 13 years of service.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced Wednesday that the university will revive its cluster hiring program.
Victims of sexual assault and bystanders who provided assistance would not receive consequences for improper alcohol consumption, state legislators and university personnel explained in a bill unveiled Monday.
Wisconsin state Sen. Fred Risser, D-Madison, is proposing a bill to eliminate an outdated state statute that criminalizes abortion.
The University of Wisconsin Radiation Calibration Laboratory located in the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research provides a service only two other labs in the country posses: the precise calibration of radiation measurement machines used in medicine.
After nearly 20 years with the organization, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Managing Director Carl Gulbrandsen will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from In Business magazine.
After more than 40 years at UW-Madison, Silver Buckle Press and the letterpress printing collections housed there will move to the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum
This Spring, UW-Madison will partner with Madison College to provide the Global Passport Program, an opportunity for Madison College students to participate in select international studies courses at UW-Madison.
Vice Provost for Diversity and Climate Patrick Sims introduced plans for a campuswide institutional statement regarding diversity at the Associated Students of Madison Student Council meeting Wednesday.
Throughout the next two semesters, leaders of Greek life at UW-Madison will work alongside campus offices in an attempt to reduce sexual violence on campus.
Associated Students of Madison Chair Madison Laning called Gov. Scott Walker’s recently proposed college affordability package “very small steps in the right direction,” saying the measures do not go as far as ASM would have hoped.
10. Judge Doyle Square faces another round of planning after approval
The end of the fall semester is upon us, and between exams and final papers these next couple weeks are chaotic for everyone. Even if you’re an avid reader of The Daily Cardinal, academic stress and increasingly cold weather may have caused you to forget about our newspaper’s big transition.
Don’t call Jonny Hunter a chef.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors voted 32-2 in favor of a resolution for UW-Madison to modify their student ID cards to have a two year expiration date to comply with voter ID criteria.
Researchers have produced the first detailed picture of a fast radio burst, aided by a UW-Madison physicist whose archived data helped inform where the energy blasts come from, according to a Wednesday university press release.
The official motto of the State of Wisconsin is “Forward.” As a word, it suggests an entity with a positive vision for the future. However, it is impossible for Wisconsin to be “Forward” if it persists with excluding forward-looking policy.
The proposed tenure policy for UW System faculty fails to meet industry standards, according to the American Association of University Professors as detailed in a letter sent to the group tasked with creating new tenure protections.