Hebrew graffiti containing Messianic language was found spray painted on Agricultural Hall Monday morning.A translation of the writing revealed the writing says, “Long live our Lord, our Master, and our Lord, King Messiah, forever and ever.”
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Voting in the ASM special election closes at 5 p.m. on Tuesday.
A Facebook post allegedly showing members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity throwing objects into Lake Mendota sparked backlash Sunday night.The video, shared by junior Laurel Noack, showed someone throwing objects into Lake Mendota from the back lawn of the SAE Fraternity.
It is that time of year again.The Memorial Union Terrace will celebrate the warm weather Tuesday by returning its popular sunburst chairs to their lakeside home at 4:30 p.m., the Wisconsin Union announced Monday.The Union will begin Terrace season — an almost 90-year-old tradition — by inviting UW-Madison students and community members to line up at the North Park Street entrance to the Terrace at 3:30 p.m. Each person in line will pick up a chair to take onto the Terrace, kicking off the 2018 Terrace season.
Students from colleges and universities across the U.S. came together in Madison this weekend to discuss issues of public policy and their research surrounding these topics.“This is an open discussion about current times.
A number of physical altercations occurred near campus over the weekend, including a fight at Bassett Street Brunch Club and a substantial battery on N.
UW Regent Bryan Steil announced Sunday that he will run to replace retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan, making him the instant frontrunner in a GOP primary that previously lacked any prominent names.
To most, the UW-Madison Arboretum and local beer production make an unlikely pair.For Levi Funk, they’re a match made in heaven.Funk, owner of Funk Factory Geuzeria, was taking a walk through the Arboretum’s Longenecker Horticultural Gardens last fall when he stumbled upon the garden’s osage oranges.
An ongoing case between the UW System and embattled UW-Oshkosh Foundation will go to a trial, despite the System’s request to resolve the issue after a federal judge’s April 12 ruling.
A trial between the UW-Oshkosh Foundation and UW System will take place.
When Madison Streets Superintendent Charlie Romines woke up on Wednesday, he knew a storm was coming.
A first-of-it-kind biofuel conversion facility is coming to Dane County, county executive Joe Parisi said at a press conference Thursday at the county landfill.
A UW-Madison conservative student organization will bring political commentator Dennis Prager, a talk show host who has drawn controversy over remarks criticizing gay marriage and the AIDS crisis, to campus next week to discuss Judeo-Christian Morality.The event — hosted by Young Americans for Freedom — is scheduled highlight the foundational principles of Judeo-Christian morality including the Ten Commandments and how they have impacted the construction of Western culture.
In an effort to provide accessible health care to Wisconsinites, the state filed a request with the federal government to approve a $200 million healthcare reinsurance program Thursday, but state Democrats argue even more action is needed.
In January 2019, a new face will be at the helm of the Morgridge Public Center for Public Service, the organization on campus charged with promoting civic engagement.
Madison police arrested a suspect Thursday connected to the sexual assault of a 24-year-old on East Johnson Street that occurred earlier this month.
Earlise C. Ward will be taking over as director of the Morgridge Center in January.
After months of speculation, a UW-Madison study group recommended campus should confront its past ties to the Klu Klux Klan by addressing struggles of underrepresented students today.
Though Wisconsinites prepare to celebrate Earth Day this weekend, many conservationists fear the state has taken a step back when it comes to protecting the planet.
Significantly fewer items are usually recycled than thrown away. In comparison to 5,165 tons of trash sent to the landfill in 2017, 3,010 tons of materials were recycled. This means the university has not yet accomplished its goal of zero waste. Additionally, trash disposal still costs more than the extra revenue that recycling adds.