The Mixed Race Student Union hosted a panel of UW-Madison staff who explored the difficulties of interracial dating Wednesday.
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A professor of biology and evolutionary anthropology from Duke University is scheduled to deliver the keynote address Thursday in honor of Darwin Day, a day honoring the father of evolution.
A panel of librarians and others dedicated to informational studies spoke Tuesday at Memorial Library about the need to educate women and girls around the globe, a theme in this year’s Go Big Read novel.
Award-winning dancer, choreographer, artistic director and writer Bill T. Jones is scheduled to speak at the first Distinguished Lecture Series of the semester Thursday at Memorial Union to discuss his creative process with students.
Can you imagine UW-Madison after it has been decimated by Governor Walker’s budget cuts?
The Legislative Affairs Committee met Monday to prepare a response to Gov. Scott Walker’s budget bill, encouraging members to meet with local legislators to voice their demands for change.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank will host a series of forums this week to discuss Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed cuts to the UW System budget.
UW-Madison juniors and Zuntik co-founders Andrew McLean (left) and Jacob Schieber (right) accept a third place innovation prize.
Campus police arrested a suspect Friday for a sexual assault that occurred in October, according to a UW-Madison Police Department incident report.
As a busy college campus in an urban area, something is always taking place at and around UW-Madison. In response, students have banded together to create a website to help fellow UW-Madison community members never miss another important event.
For the past 166 years, UW-Madison alumni have celebrated Feb. 5 as Founders’ Day to commemorate the first class held in 1849 and honor the university’s history.
Loud hip-hop music began to play as contestants entered the room accompanied by thunderous applause and whoops from the audience at The Miss Black and Gold Scholarship Pageant Thursday.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank made an impassioned address at a University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents meeting Thursday, deeming proposed budget cuts initiated by Gov. Scott Walker to be "too big" for the state's flagship university to handle.
The ghost of economist Edwin Witte broke the chains of death and made an appearance in Witte Residence Hall Friday night.
The Associated Students of Madison Student Council examined the possible fate of shared governance in the recently released state biennial budget during its meeting Wednesday.
A man robbed the U.S. Bank on East Campus Mall at 4 p.m. Wednesday, fleeing with an undisclosed amount of money.
Close to 200 concerned citizens filed into a Humanities lecture hall Wednesday for an “emergency meeting” held by the UW-Madison Teaching Assistants’ Association to discuss Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget bill and plan an organized community response.
On Feb. 5 166 years ago, 20 young men attended classes in one brick building, where the only subjects offered were arithmetic, grammar, geography and Latin.
Following an unexpected change to the Wisconsin Idea in Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget bill, Walker said in a statement Wednesday a drafting error led to several sentences being cut.
Just a phrase on my history- a long-time professor of Neuroscience, and an ardent opponent of all things Tea Party and long time proponent of liberal and left of liberal points of views and sometimes activist. I was on the University Committee, which heads the Faculty Senate, during the crash of Chancellor Biddy Martin against the rocks of the Public Authority proposal- a proposal that Scott Walker surprisingly initiated about 4-5 years ago. The proposal was heartily squelched, as was Biddy Martin’s Chancellorship!