Associated Students of Madison representatives play a large role in providing student services and determining financial support for student organizations, but still about only one in 10 students vote in ASM's campus-wide elections each year.
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A range of UW-Madison student organizations—from the Campus Women’s Center and Women’s Studies Club to Black Woman Heal and Muslim Student Association—exchanged ideas Thursday for Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April, in the spirit of the month's theme: "Engaging New Voices."University Health Services and End Violence on Campus hosted the meeting.
Faculty of color at UW-Madison—a demographic that has increased 5 percent in the last 10 years—who got promoted or recently hired were honored Thursday during an annual reception in which top university administrators discussed diversity on campus.
On the same day President Donald Trump rescinded rules passed under the Obama Administration that allowed transgender students to use bathrooms based on their gender identity, a Wisconsin Republican lawmaker said he will probably introduce a similar bill.
Two men were arrested Wednesday afternoon after involvement in a drug-related foot chase across UW-Madison campus, according to Madison Police Department.
Early Thursday morning—nearly two years after Tony Robinson, an unarmed 19-year-old, was shot and killed by Madison police officer Matt Kenny—a lawsuit filed against the city of Madison by the Robinson family concluded in a $3.35 million settlement.
State legislators and governors from Wisconsin and Ohio are teaming up to tackle changes that will affect the country at a state level under President Donald Trump’s administration.
A sexual assault reportedly occurred in the southern area of campus, according to a UW-Madison Crime Warning.
The Board of Regents will revise segregated fee policies for the entire UW System, ultimately changing the way some campuses use the money.
Foreign involvement in the 2016 U.S. presidential election has been the source of great debate since the Central Intelligence Agency’s release of a declassified document tying the Trump campaign to Russia in January. Four UW-Madison faculty members met to discuss this controversial topic in a panel on campus Wednesday.
What started last year as feminine product collection drive is now one of UW-Madison’s newest student organizations: Accessible Reproductive Healthcare Initiative.
Roughly 500 constituents gathered at what was termed an “empty chair town hall” for Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., at the First Congregational Church in Madison Wednesday night.
Wisconsin Democrats held a teleconference Wednesday to introduce and discuss a new report from a non-profit organization on the potential economic effects of repealing the Affordable Care Act.
Tuesday’s municipal primary had relatively strong voter turnout in Madison and Dane County, according to the city and county clerks’ offices.
Following a week of unseasonably warm weather, Madison broke the record Wednesday for highest temperature ever tracked in the city during winter.
Hudson Taylor's nonprofit organization, Athlete Ally, aims to end homophobia, transphobia and sexism in the athletic community. Taylor’s credibility in this athletic context is supported by his past achievements, as well as his past as a wrestling coach at Columbia University in New York City.
The UW System Student Representatives lobbied state officials Thursday, following Gov. Scott Walker’s budget proposal. Allowing students to opt out of segregated fees was the top issue according to Jacob Schimmel, president of UW-La Crosse Student Association.
When UW System Student Representatives lobbied at the Capitol last Thursday, they took time to ask that legislators seek provisions for a Violence Prevention Specialist on each UW System campus.
In Tuesday’s spring primary, candidate pools for two different Madison School Board seats were narrowed down to candidates who will advance to the general election.Madison School Board, Seat SixAli Mudrow and Kate Toews are set to vie for seat six of Madison School Board in the upcoming general election, after defeating Cris Carusi in the spring primary Wednesday.Toews beat Carusi by a .3 percent margin, securing 30.2 percent of votes.
The panel’s various professional backgrounds diversified the discussion and perspectives on the weaknesses of our current American justice system; New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor was joined by UW-Madison sociology Professor Mike Massoglia and Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm.