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Continuing a trend found on other college campuses, a poster reading “IT’S OKAY TO BE WHITE” was found taped to a lamp post on Bascom Hill earlier this week.
The Wisconsin Union is partnering with the UW-Madison classes of 1963 and 1967 to open a new digital kiosk this Saturday that will tell the stories of fallen UW-Madison soldiers.
More juvenile delinquents could wind up behind bars and face a greater range of punishments under a bill approved Tuesday by the state Senate, amid controversy surrounding the state’s youth prison.
UW System President Ray Cross proposed a restructuring of the UW System which the Board of Regents will vote on at their upcoming meeting.
After a Student Judiciary ruling granted the Multicultural Student Coalition an opportunity to make their case to the Student Services Finance Committee for general student services funding, the group used outdated information and lacked several necessary documents in their presentation Monday.
The Multicultural Student Coalition had outdated information in their presentation to SSFC for student funding.
A state agency announced Friday that its members will be able to review the state’s $3 billion contract with Foxconn before the agency votes on the matter this coming Wednesday.
Amid a battle over free speech on the UW-Madison campus, the university's campus-wide climate survey revealed that politically conservative students were more likely than liberal students to feel safe on campus.
In efforts to reduce crime in the city, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin proposed earlier this month requiring all local convenience stores to have surveillance cameras and to keep footage from them for about a month.
Amid the ongoing opioid epidemic in Wisconsin and nationwide, new data shows the number of opioids dispensed in the state has decreased sharply.
Current and former UW-Madison students — including Ald. Zach Wood, President of the Board of Education for the Verona Area School District Noah Roberts and Hayley Young, a member of the Dane County Board of Supervisors — studied and worked while also running campaigns to win elections for the local government seats they currently hold.
With tools at its disposal, Madison is considering public employment programs to combat the city’s homelessness after a recent report highlighted the potential benefits of such a program.
County officials are weighing whether to make room in next year’s budget for providing mental health crisis intervention training to 911 dispatchers in the area.The plan would allocate additional funding to conducting the mental health training for dispatchers, led by the Dane County chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.“One way to limit the jail population is to divert those with mental health issue from the criminal justice system,” said Dane County Supervisor Paul Rusk.
UW-Stout’s student government is asking the Board of Regents to reconsider a plan to merge UW-Barron County, a two-year college, with UW-Eau Claire, a four-year college, as part of a restructuring of the UW System.
For some UW-Madison students, last week’s campus-wide climate survey results were no surprise.Survey data showed that while 81 percent of UW-Madison’s overall student population often feel welcome on campus, just 69 percent of LGBQ students, 67 percent of students with a disability and 65 percent of black students feel similarly.
Nurses in Wisconsin may need less training to become certified, should a Republican-backed bill pass the state Senate and earn the governor’s signature.
As Gov. Scott Walker launched his 2018 reelection campaign at an event in Waukesha, immigrant rights advocates protested just outside, demanding the governor publicly oppose a controversial immigration bill.
The UW-Stout student government recently passed two resolutions, asking the Board of Regents to reconsider the proposed re-structuring of the UW System.
A campus faculty and staff group is circling a petition alleging that two faculty assistants were not hired as retaliation against their involvement in last years’ faculty assistant campaign for equal pay.