Madison protesters took to the streets Friday following the Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson, which overturned Roe v. Wade, the court precedent that protected the right to abortion.
Wisconsin guard Johnny Davis was selected by the Washington Wizards with the tenth overall pick in this ...
Updated: Asian international student assaulted near campus Tuesday, campus community rallies to #StopAsianHateBy Gavin Escott | Jun. 23
Violent incidents on campus and downtown have fueled fears that these could be racially-motivated attacks ...
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Welcome to the final episode of season four of the Student Dive. We recap stories in our final print edition of the semester, the Spring Farewell issue. First, we discuss the legal status of skateboarding on campus and the lack of accessible skate parks for students. Additionally, we discuss the “Gay Purge” at UW-Madison in the 1960s as studied by the Public History Project. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp and Tyler Katzenberger. Edited by Julia Wiessing.
Don’t worry — the Democrats have everything under control.
There have been victims before him. There were other victims that night. More victims than there should ever be. There simply cannot be more.
Ironically, these justices peaked when they were just a twinkle in their fathers’ eyes.
There is a whole alphabet of wonderful people who you should be celebrating this pride.
"Ain't Too Proud" uses the timeless music of The Temptations to tell the complex, compelling story of the group.
The lack of action proposed in the new bill remains too big of a commitment.
Wisconsin bars contain all of the necessities needed to ride out a severe storm.
Wisconsin’s reunion with Phoebe Bridgers couldn’t have been sweeter.
Research developments over the summer cover a wide range of fields including Australian heritage, COVID-19, structural brain change and cancer treatments.
Freshmen, keep in mind that you will develop in such a way that things you once found revolting will simply become “silly.”
Steven Olikara, a candidate in the Wisconsin Democratic primary for U.S. Senate, is ready to move Wisconsin forward to a new generation of the Wisconsin Idea by reforming leadership in Washington.
The battle against mental health on college campuses has gone on for decades, but with the onset of the pandemic, many battles with mental health were pushed aside. In order to tackle these mental health issues and recourse the fight against these challenges, there needs to be a greater allocation of resources toward mental health issues.
University of Wisconsin-Madison astronomers discuss the cosmic perspective and its influence – or lack of influence – on their studies.
The Chazen Museum of Art hosts 23,000 works of art and is the second largest collection of art in Wisconsin — and it’s completely free!
Progress Center for Black Women CEO highlights organization’s efforts in supporting Black women in MadisonBy Gavin Escott | Jun. 9
Coming home to Madison, Wisconsin after a public speaking engagement in Atlanta, Sabrina Madison expected to see another Black woman at the organization that booked her, especially since the organization served people of color. However, when she arrived, Madison recalled, “it was all white women looking back at me. And I was so disappointed.”