Student Services Finance Committee met Thursday to approve a 1 percent increase in the Wisconsin Union’s budget. This increase brings their budget from $10.57 million to $10.6 million this year, a larger increase than previously.
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The event was a dedication and libation ceremony for the center, which is located on the first floor of the Red Gym. The BCC will serve black students by facilitating opportunities for academic and social support, co-curricular programming and as a community building. It will acknowledge specific realities of black students at UW-Madison, according to their mission statement.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin says cutting funding to a state nutritional program that encourages locally-grown food in schools sends a message to the community: Wisconsin lawmakers prioritize penny-pinching over health and agricultural benefits.
In an attempt to grab President Donald Trump’s attention, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., is attending Trump’s congressional address Tuesday accompanied by a Mexican undocumented student who attends Edgewood College.
A Wisconsin nonprofit asked district attorneys in Milwaukee County and Rock County Tuesday to start an investigation of state superintendent candidate Lowell Holtz for allegedly using public resources for his campaign.
Following pushback from students, faculty and alumni last semester about the Red Gym as an Amazon pickup point location, UW-Madison students will likely be picking up their packages from Sellery Residence Hall.
With 87 UW-Madison graduates currently volunteering worldwide, UW-Madison ranks first among large schools on the Peace Corps 2017 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list.Since 1961, when the Peace Corps was founded, 3,239 alumni from UW-Madison have volunteered abroad.
Roughly three weeks after UW-Madison student Daniel Dropik took a leave of absence from the university, the American Freedom Party, a white nationalist group, has continued to actively recruit in Madison.
The Chazen Museum of Art will lose someone who’s been a fixture for 33 years with the retirement of Director Russell Panczenko, who is leaving June 30, according to a UW-Madison news release. Along with holding the director position, he also served as chief curator since 1984.
The past and present of UW-Madison Peace Corps volunteers will be displayed this week as the program celebrates its 56th anniversary with a week of recruitment events aimed at highlighting the hospitality that forms a central part of service abroad. The national program was founded March 1, 1961, by former President John F. Kennedy.
The Wisconsin School of Business was founded in 1900 as one of the first five business programs in the nation, and it’s about to undergo a change in leadership.
Madison Police Chief Mike Koval echoed the discontent of the city’s police union leaders, asserting that the $3.35 million settlement last week paid to the family of Tony Robinson by the city’s insurer was not an admission of guilt.The federal civil rights lawsuit was brought by the family of Tony Robinson, an unarmed teenager who was shot and killed after an altercation with Madison Police Department Officer Matt Kenny in March 2015.
A man was arrested early Sunday morning for allegedly assaulting a 22-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman downtown, according to the Madison Police Department.Percell T.
A man was arrested on the west side of Madison last week following an investigation into the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl, the Madison Police Department said Monday in an incident report.
A well-known Republican state legislator and possible 2018 Senate candidate expressed opposition to Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to cut tuition across the UW System, instead suggesting tuition increases.
Two suspects are involved, one of which has been identified through surveillance footage as Malcolm C. Owens, a 19-year-old Madison resident. UWPD Director of Communications Marc Lovicott said they do not believe either individual has any affiliation with UW-Madison, but they are not certain.
A petition is now in circulation against a proposal that would eliminate the Wisconsin School of Business's full-time MBA program.
Changing Health, Attitudes, Actions to Recreate Girls at UW-Madison is a chapter of a national organization that coaches members to be confident and lead healthy lifestyles through weekly meetings and group support.
For first-year student Melissa Strupp, the struggle to start her college career began long before she ever scaled Bascom Hill.