A pair of screenwriters who met at UW-Madison and have worked together throughout their Hollywood careers will speak at the school’s winter commencement ceremony.
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The business school will not suspend their MBA program after hearing from shocked students and alumni.
What began as a research project for Bret Shaw’s Life Sciences Communications class transformed into an art display poised to change how UW-Madison students throw away trash.
Restrooms in the Student Activity Center will likely have free menstrual products at the start of next week, according to Governing Board Chair Nick Hall.
After adding just one amendment to the Associated Students of Madison’s internal budget, committee chairs unanimously approved it Tuesday night and passed it off to Student Council for further review.
Shared Governance Chair Deena Whitwam proposed an amendment to the ASM budget that will lower her position's pay.
Students, faculty and UW-Madison community members gathered in the Discovery Building Tuesday to learn about crimmigration — the intersection of immigration law and criminal law.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank will now serve on the board of directors for the Association of American Universities, an organization that influences policy for higher education.
UW-Madison Chancellor Blank announced that she will be on the Association of American Universities via Twitter Tuesday.
John Derynda died of sudden cardiac arrest after running a half-marathon. His sister, UW-Madison student Brittany Derynda, wants to make sure that doesn’t happen to anyone else.
A petition is circulating after a proposal that would suspend admissions to the full-time Master of Business Administration Program degree for one year surfaced last week.
Nearly a month after UW-Madison received reports of “unacceptable levels” of lead dust around Agricultural Hall and surrounding areas, the university announced Monday that there is no longer a significant health risk to the community.
What started as a design assignment in a class in the School of Human Ecology has transformed into a non-profit organization that helps empower women in Kenya.After a student in one of Lesley Sager’s design classes thought of the idea to created cardboard disaster relief shelters, Sager, now the director for the Design Thinking Initiative in the School of Human Ecology, traveled to Kenya in 2012 — where monsoon season often destroys mud homes — to examine the Kenyans’ living situations.
Some Badgers welcomed homecoming weekend with a beer at a tailgate. Others donned red-and-white overalls and sang “Build Me Up Buttercup” in the stands of Camp Randall. For Ted and Mary Kellner, homecoming marked a time to give back to their alma mater.
The Wisconsin Association of Black Men won their case against the Student Services Finance Committee Thursday, granting them the opportunity to make their case for student funding.
Student Judiciary ruled in favor of the Wisconsin Association of Black Men after the group filed a lawsuit against SSFC.
In a change sure to send shockwaves through the college, the Wisconsin School of Business may eliminate its full-time Master of Business Administration program if a proposal from its administration is accepted.
After a year of religious tension at UW-Madison, a new program is hoping to use religious dialogue to bring together students with different beliefs.
Two finance committee representatives accused each other of bringing personal politics into a decision on funding for the Muslim Student Association this week.
It is no secret that UW-Madison has educated some famous and successful alumni: Frank Lloyd Wright, Charles Lindbergh, and Tammy Baldwin, just to name a few. When he graduated in 1989, Kelly Kahl had no idea he’d go on to win the Distinguished Alumni award and have his name on the Notable Alumni List.