UW-Madison students and community members will soon be able to enjoy a new park overlooking Lake Mendota.
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Leaving behind blood and shattered glass, a 27-year-old man reportedly broke into the Wisconsin State Capitol after a night of drinking over the weekend.
Just under a week after opening the Black Cultural Center on campus, UW-Madison released a statement detailing the university’s accomplishments over the past year—particularly those relating to diversity on campus.Dean of Students Lori Berquam and Chief Diversity Officer Patrick J.
After many UW-Madison students were confused by a May 5 Facebook notification telling them their official senior, junior or sophomore class groups had been “archived,” a university official confirmed to The Daily Cardinal that the school shut down the groups.
The Joint Finance Committee did not vote on Gov. Scott Walker's budget proposal for the UW System because lawmakers were in disagreement over tuition rates.
The Big Ten won the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2016-’17 Green Power Challenge, and UW-Madison was a key player.
To avoid losing Wisconsin’s top students to other top universities, state lawmakers and agency officials presented a bill Tuesday establishing “the largest scholarship in state history” for UW schools.The scholarship, referred to as the Wisconsin Merit Scholarship, would grant $5,000 per student based off metrics such as test scores and GPA.
In April, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., sat down for with The Daily Cardinal an hour-long interview to discuss issues surrounding the university, Wisconsin and the nation as a whole.
U.S. Reps. Paul Ryan, Jim Sensenbrenner, Glenn Grothman, Sean Duffy and Mike Gallagher, R-Wis., all voted for the American Health Care Act.
As the semester concludes and UW-Madison students move out of dorms, part of North Lake Street will be closed to traffic for a week.
A week after the Associated Students of Madison passed controversial divestment legislation, a mix of local and student organizations held signs and chanted outside four different “destructive banks” in Capitol Square Friday in a denunciation of their dealings with private prisons and the recent pipeline projects.
Local and student organizations advocate for divestment from U.S. Bank for its financial involvement in oil pipelines and private prisons.
There will be new faces at the table at the next Student Council meeting after the group elected new sustainability, grant allocation and SAC governing board chairs Thursday night.
Student Council elected their new sustainability, grant allocation and SAC governing board chairs at their meeting Thursday night.
Madison police are searching for a man who reportedly pulled a knife on an employee at a State Street hookah shop Wednesday night when he was caught shoplifting.The 20-year-old female employee was not hurt.Police responded to the incident at Azara Hookah, located on the 400 block of State Street, around 9:02 p.m., Madison Police Department Sgt.
Rep. Melissa Sargent, D-Madison, introduced a bill Thursday to curb non-consensual condom removal, better known as “stealthing.”
A major diversity goal for UW-Madison officials is “enhancing the campus climate for inclusion.” However, for some students, including outgoing Associated Students of Madison Chair Carmen Goséy, the administration is failing to uphold this ideal.
Students post signs on Bascom Hill with statements about racism at UW-Madison.
Did you get a mysterious email inviting you to open a Google Doc some time in the last few days? Chances are, you were scammed.
After much anticipation for protests during a speech from controversial libertarian political scientist Charles Murray’s Wednesday the only disturbance came from a brief fire alarm.