Furthering the backlash about a new dining hall policy that would require incoming students living in residence halls to spend a minimum of $1,400 on dining, a number of UW-Madison community members have responded with a petition condemning the policy.
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While most students have enough on their plate worrying about overwhelming homework and looming exams, some face a more pressing problem — finding their next meal or a place to stay the night.
About one in eight students said they couldn't always afford sufficient food and housing while at UW-Madison, according to the Campus Climate survey data.
Each year, the Chicago/Midwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences produces the Regional Emmy Awards to recognize excellence in broadcasting, and this year, UW-Madison alumnus Rodney Lambright II.
UW-Madison's political science department will warn its students about sexual misconduct allegations against Rep. Josh Zepnick, D-Milwaukee, after an internship posting was emailed out.
UW-Madison’s student government has come out against a new plan that requires housing residents to spend at least $1,400 at dining halls in a year, joining other prominent campus groups including the school’s College Democrats and Working Class Student Union.
Students could be affected if the GOP tax bill passes, according to the UW-Madison Alumni Association, who took a stance on the controversial measure in a petition addressed to congressional leaders.
A new dining policy has sparked backlash on campus, but UW-Madison housing leaders are hoping that providing additional information will help quell students’ concerns.
After 42 years of being ranked among the top five research universities in the country, UW-Madison remained at number six after dropping out of the top five last fall.
If UW-Madison Libraries sticks to its “master plan,” the school will see a new south campus library and a significant restructuring of Memorial Library within the next 20-25 years.The proposal, formerly announced last week after a year-long planning process, calls for a “hub” library system, in which a number of smaller, specialized libraries would be consolidated into a few larger libraries.
UW-Madison once again ranked sixth for research according to the 2016 Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) survey.
The Wisconsin Alumni Association highlighted how students could be affected by the GOP tax bill.
Students in UW-Madison’s dorms will see a new charge on their housing bill next year. The university will require residents to deposit a minimum of $1,400 on their WisCard, to be used exclusively in dining halls.
If the controversial GOP tax bill passes Congress, UW-Madison could lose significant money used for scholarships for low-income students.
With thousands of courses to choose from and a variety of graduation requirements to fulfill, the course selection process can be daunting.
Students looking to run for the Associated Students of Madison spring 2018 elections will have to be transparent with their campaigns, Student Judiciary determined Tuesday.
Dubbed the “Global Day of Giving,” UW-Madison students organizations are getting involved in #GivingTuesday as part of a campaign urging people nationwide to donate money to philanthropic organizations after Black Friday through social media connections.
Candidates in the spring 2018 elections will have new rules, Student Judiciary determined.
University of Wisconsin Police Department officials fielded questions from a small group of UW-Madison community members Monday in Union South — and communication was the main talking point.
UW-Madison could have better faculty recruitment and retention numbers if a new bill allowing researchers to have a more accessible way to get funding from nonprofits and private companies passes.