The beloved Memorial Union Terrace with its iconic chairs will close early this summer, leaving students disheartened.
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UW-Madison's Sigma Chi fraternity chapter faces suspension for violations including serving hard alcohol while under probation.
Members of the UW-Madison Teaching Assistants' Association protest the Union Theater in September 1980, voicing their concerns over a lack of say in educational policy.
The Committee on Student Organizations suspended UW-Madison’s chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity until May 8 after numerous conduct violations, according to a university release.
Over the weekend, UW Science Expeditions welcomed community members from children to retirees for three days of science exploration with 96 stations, seven science exhibits and three documentaries spread across 24 venues on campus.
Faced with the task of designing and building a racecar from scratch then taking this potential deathtrap for a test drive may sound terrifying, but for engineering major Billy Kucinski, it is an opportunity to learn through doing what he loves.
For UW System President Ray Cross, March will be filled not only with basketball, but visits to various state colleges and universities for conversations about Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed state budget.
UW-Madison police found no danger inside Memorial Union early Friday morning after shutting down the surrounding area for several hours due to a bomb threat.
A bipartisan group of senators, including U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., proposed legislation Wednesday that would designate 25 universities nationwide as “Manufacturing Universities” and provide increased funding for their engineering programs.
Rates for student and faculty parking permits will not change for the 2015-’16 school year, according to a press release from UW Transportation Services.
Famous weather-predicting groundhog Punxsutawney Phil put his prophetical skills to the test Tuesday, picking Wisconsin to end up in the NCAA championship game in a head-to-head bracket showdown with ESPN basketball analyst Dick Vitale.
Following months of suspension, the UW-Madison chapter of Chi Phi fraternity has been terminated as a student organization for violating Student Organization Conduct policies, according to a Wednesday university release.
Tavi Gevinson, 18-year-old editor of “Rookie Magazine,” started a fashion site that grew rapidly to 30 million daily readers when she was just 11. Tuesday, she stood in front of a crowd largely older than she and preached the “importance of fangirling,” and how she used it like a religion when starting her blog.
Three UW-Madison faculty members presented ideas and potential solutions to counter material poverty Friday and Saturday during an annual conference on the subject held in Mazatlán, Mexico.
The Dean of Students Office invited UW-Madison students to give feedback on proposed changes to the UW System’s policy on sexual assault and other misconduct Thursday.
The campus community explained their concerns about Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget cuts to the UW System at a forum Thursday at Van Vleck Hall.
After a 10-month-long investigation, the UW-Madison Police Department is seeking charges against two men for stealing hundreds of bicycles around the Madison area, Chief Susan Riseling said at a news conference Tuesday.
In Tuesday’s installment of the spring Black Lives Matter Speaker Series, black feminist scholar Brittney Cooper challenged the idea of respectability in a talk to UW-Madison students and community members.
Friday’s officer-involved shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson brought out community members of all ages, who converged in a protest Monday to address officials from university, state and city levels.
A filled-to-the-brim Shannon Hall in Memorial Union bustled with UW-Madison students and community members waiting to see the blogger, columnist and accidental entrepreneur who journalism professor Michael Wagner described as “nerd-chic.”