The new order will be in effect until Jan. 3, 2022.
With UW-Madison’s student population growing over the decades, off-campus housing encroaches into ...
Two residence facilities are set to be demolished after 2023 despite a steady increase in demand for ...
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Red (Taylor’s Version) finally allows Swift to tell more of her story, culminating in a 10-minute masterpiece that propels her storytelling to another level.
Hosts Cole Wozniak and Justin Alpert recap the Badgers’ narrow win against Nebraska and preview the Battle for the Axe with guest Matt Kennedy from the Minnesota Daily.
Nebraska gave Wisconsin a scare with almost 500 yards of offense, but the Badgers escaped off the back of Braelon Allen, who scored the 52 yard game-winning touchdown.
One could argue that professors are simply trying to get students in the holiday spirit by making them as thankful as possible for the extra two days away from the classroom afforded by Thanksgiving break.
Welcome back to the Student Dive. We’re sharing part one of a series of episodes on our Action Project this semester, Our Impact: The Student Living Issue. In this episode, we take a look at the history of the land that we live on, how off-campus housing came to be and the future of UW Housing. Co-hosted by Honor Durham, Gaby Vinick and Cole Wozniak, with help from Julia Wiessing. Guests: Claire LaLiberte, Gina Musso, Sophia Vento
Riding a six-game winning streak, the No. 15 Wisconsin faceoffs against Nebraska for the Freedom Trophy in the Badgers’ final home game of the season.
The Badgers, led by Sydney Hillard, Katie Nelson and Sara Stapleton, take on Bradley, led by Caroline Waite, Sierra Morrow and Daija Powell, in an attempt to bounce back from a loss to NJIT.
UW-Madison a cappella groups Fundamentally Sound and Pitches and Notes are set to perform a joint showcase and perform their newest song “Creature”.
With 22% of UW-Madison students living on-campus, over eight thousand students can pay thousands of dollars each to live in residence halls across campus.
As the university expands, student housing is rapidly expanding into residential areas.
More than just a student organization, former and current members of Greek life speak on their experiences and the social and academic impacts of joining a chapter.
Student housing just south of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus in the College Court, Spring Street, Greenbush and Vilas neighborhoods has long been affectionately referred to as the “sophomore slums.”
Many students are faced with a tough decision: live within walking distance of campus at a high cost, or living further away from campus and commute to class.