On Feb. 27, UW-Madison community members received a familiar “Timely Warning” email that highlighted the ongoing threat of burglary on campus.
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The most common argument I hear when discussing immigration is that if immigrants—specifically Mexican immigrants—want to come to the U.S.
Trump continued his attack on the media this past Friday by denying several news outlets such as CNN, The New York Times and The Guardian access to a press conference. In attendance were conservative news outlets such as Breitbart News and Fox News, all organizations that have shown support for Trump.
For over 100 years, UW-Madison has prided itself on the principle of “The Wisconsin Idea”–the idea that education should influence people’s lives beyond the classroom.
I’m sure a lot of people have seen the movie "Lilo and Stitch." I first saw this movie when I was in elementary school.
University of California-San Diego’s decision to invite Dalai Lama for commencement is troubling, while the Chinese protesters opposed Free Speech and branded their blind patriotismOn Feb.
Choices has a broad range of content and participatory activities, allowing students to benefit from peer and facilitator interaction, increase motivation for behavior change, and develop knowledge and skills for risk reduction.
When someone tells you they are in a long-distance relationship with someone who lives 1,000 miles away, it usually warrants one of the following responses: “Why in your right mind would you do that?” or “That’s adorable, you must really love each other!”Long-distance relationships are by no means easy.
As soon as prospective students are admitted to UW-Madison, they begin the housing application process.
The question can be phrased in different ways: Some universities ask about whether prospective applicants have been convicted of a misdemeanor.
Live from New York, it’s Saturday night! This is catchphrase that has enthralled viewers across the country who tune into the most popular weekly live comedy show for decades and decades.
UW-Madison has a reputation of being a renowned university academically, both nationally and globally, and attracts students of many different identities, personalities, and backgrounds.
I remember my first time in Wisconsin, when I was surprised to discover something different about the grocery store.
Passed out on a stranger’s bathroom floor. Stumbling down the street, held up by friends. Leaning over a plastic Walgreens bag in an Uber.
After graduation, where will you be? It’s been just over two weeks since President Donald Trump’s inauguration and until recently, I couldn’t seem to shake a feeling in the pit of my stomach. Our campus didn’t feel or look the same the day after the election.
We—the members of the Associated Students of Madison Grant Allocations Committee— have spent the last year funding over 300 Registered Student Organizations to host events, travel to conferences and sustain a yearly budget. Every week we spend hours reading organization applications, listening to hearings, asking questions and thoroughly vetting requests.
Much to the chagrin of many Americans and people across the globe, President Donald Trump has steadfastly maintained his campaign promises during his first days in office.
New leadership often brings a new set of policies that seek to improve the conditions of the nation.
Among a myriad of other injustices, the overall health of our nation faces stomach-sinking danger, and the threats to U.S.
President Donald Trump has recently announced that he will soon make his recommendation as to who should fill the vacant seat in the Supreme Court.